240-_day_2 - Section 003 For new adds, is Com 240 Section...

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Section 003
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For new adds,  is Com 240 Section 003.  If this is  not your section, try next door. Remember there is no informal section switching.
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TA: Sara Gardella 459 CAS [email protected] Office Hours:  1-4 on Wednesday and by Appointment UTA: Rachel Shina [email protected]
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Main Concepts: Workers have social and emotional needs Filling those needs increase productivity! Managers want to know how people feel, but mainly in  regards to work environment.
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What are the Hawthorne Studies? Illumination study Everyone was under observation, and in both conditions  there was increased productivity. Relay Assembly Test Room Isolated 6 workers, implemented changes that they  discussed with the workers.  Gave them breaks and fostered  communication Bank Wiring room Observation of workers in their natural environment. Development of the HAWTHORNE EFFECT Paying attention to individuals increase worker productivity.
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Main Concepts: Employees are a resource, person-centered approach,  
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course COM 240 taught by Professor Lillie during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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240-_day_2 - Section 003 For new adds, is Com 240 Section...

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