BA310-2-1 Evolution of Management Clicker Master

BA310-2-1 Evolution of Management Clicker Master - BA 310:...

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1 BA 310: Evolution of Management
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Exam 1 Results – Median 82% 2
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3 Exam 1 Compass has “points out of 90” – not your % score! “Normal” Class Average for BA310 Median was 74 pts or 82.3% (chart) A typical (bit low) average for this exam TAs have the exams for your review if desired Professor available after initial review with TA How do you convert your points to a grade? 82.3% would convert to 247 points of 300 exam pts overall 247 points is a straight B. Add 18 available pts for extra credit, that’s a 265 = A- Similarly, 78 points on this exam = 86.7%, converts to 260 points = B+, but with extra credit can become an A.
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How does this compare to your expectations? 4 71%
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How to improve? 5 83% 86%
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6 BA210 Part Two: Organizations Organizational Structure I Organizational Culture Planning Organizational Structure II Human Resources Mgmt Evolution of Management Strategy
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7 Roadmap “Models” – theories - of organizations Early “Machine” models of organizations Alternatives to “Machine” models Implications for designing motivating jobs Organizational effectiveness vs. efficiency
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8 Historical background (Large) Organizations & management have a long history The Pyramids. Roman Armies. Two crucial developments in recent times: The Division of Labor & Job Specialization (Adam Smith) Narrow & repetitive job tasks = huge productivity gains Example: How many pins can a worker produce? The Industrial Revolution Substitution of machine power for human power Very large organizations = more sophisticated management How to manage modern organizations well?
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9 F.W. Taylor and Scientific Management Scientific Management: The systematic study of relationships between people and tasks to redesign the work process for higher efficiency. Feeding steroids to the division of labor Frederick Taylor: Father of Scientific Managment Studied and replaced informal, idiosyncratic, rule of thumb methods – with precise rules & methods Produced awesome efficiency gains: The “Pig Iron experiment” – 12 tons to 48 tons/day Franklin Motor Co. goes from 5 to 45 cars a day at same plant
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10 How did Taylor’s scientific management work? Optimize – Standardize – Staff – Reward: Optimize: Find “one best method” for a task/job, by detailed study and experimentation For example, time and motion analysis Standardize: Formulate standard procedures. For example, how to attach a sub-assembly Staff: Select workers whose skills match the task. Reward: Pay premium for high performance levels.
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11 Critique of Scientific Management (Charlie Chaplin) Scientific Management got a bad name – why? (film) NOT because of inherent flaws.
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