ch03 - MODULE3 MANAGEMENTLEARNING foundations What can we...

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MODULE 3 MANAGEMENT LEARNING “Good things grow from small  foundations” What can we learn from classical management thinking? What is unique about the behavioral management approaches? What are the foundations of the modern management approaches?
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MANAGEMENT LEARNING   Classical Management MODULE GUIDE 3.1 Taylor’s scientific management sought efficiency in  job performance.  Weber’s bureaucratic organization is supposed to be  efficient and fair.  Administrative principles describe managerial duties  and practices. 
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  CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT Scientific Management Scientific Management Emphasizes careful selection and training of workers and supervisory support Described by Frederick Taylor’s “Principals of     Management” in 1911.
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CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT Scientific Management Taylor’s Four Principles of Scientific Management 1. Develop a “science” for each job—rules of  motion, standard work tools, proper work  conditions.  2. Hire workers with the right abilities for the  job.  3. Train and motivate workers to do their jobs  according to the science.  4. Support workers by planning and assisting  their work by the job science. 
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