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MGM 14 - UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO AT MISSISSAUGA MGT 100Y G MY...

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MGT 100Y Managing People Professor Hugh Gunz UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO AT MISSISSAUGA MGT 100Y Managing people: topics Getting organized Motivation Planning for Human Resources MGT 100Y Getting Organized: Topics Building blocks What makes it work? Responsibility and authority Exercise: Designing an organization Examples Informal organization Summary MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing ( organizing who does what): F C P P G MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing (organizing who does what): Function Customer Product Process Geography MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing (organizing who does what): Function C P P G
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MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing (organizing who does what): F Customer P P G MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing (organizing who does what): F C Product P G MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing (organizing who does what): F C P Process G MGT 100Y Building blocks Specialization (dividing up the work) Usually done by departmentalizing (organizing who does what): F C P P Geography MGT 100Y Organization charts in practice: NASA MGT 100Y Organization charts in practice: UN
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MGT 100Y Organization charts in practice: Privy Council Office MGT 100Y Departmentalization: good and bad news Good news: groups jobs into units based on some logical design allows improved efficiency through division of labour allows better control and coordination (top management can more easily monitor performance) Bad news: can be expensive to coordinate work between departments people don’t know what people in other departments are up to.
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