Student Work & Orgs

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Page 1 of 3 Outline for “Work and Organizations” Work environments of the past: Value of company loyalty – Market that organizations target – # of FT, permanent employees – Organization’s structure – Superior-subordinate relationships – What superiors expect of subordinates – Today’s work environments: Value of company loyalty – Market that organizations target – # of FT, permanent employees – Organization’s structure – Superior-subordinate relationships – What superiors expect of subordinates – Employee statuses: Core employees – Contingent workers – Concurrent workers – Characteristics of bureaucracy: Division of labor – Hierarchy of authority – Formalized rules and regulations – Impersonal orientation –
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Unformatted text preview: Hiring and promotions based on concrete qualifications Page 2 of 3 Bureaucracy as ideal type: Organizational structure: Formal Informal Workplace subculture: Power vs. authority: Power Authority Social Power: Types of authority: Traditional Charismatic Legal-rational Formal vs. informal authority: Styles of management: Scientific Human relations Page 3 of 3 Leadership styles: Task-oriented 1. authoritarian 2. democratic 3. laissez-faire Socio-emotional Career planning as impression management: How what you are doing right now is shaping your future How to figure out what you want to do as a first career:...
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