Strategic Human Resource Management

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Strategic Human Resource Management Assignment C State a for True and B for False 1. Division of Labour was invented in the 19th century -  2. Modern business is uniquely complex - 3. Tips on supervision are recorded in a 5,000-year-old document - 4. Professional managers were introduced during the 19th century - 5. Personnel Management dates from the 1890's in the USA -  6. Management education first appeared in Britain and the Commonwealth - 7. Scientific Management was invented by Schmidt -  8. Mass production was first used by Henry Ford -  9. The ideas of F.W Taylor and Henry Ford have no influence on management  today - 10. 'Therblig' was a measure of work -  11. Elton Mayo was responsible for the famous Hawthorne experiments -  12. Basically, HRM is just  Human Relations  - 13. HRM is one of a number of management fashions that have developed over the  last few decades -  14. HRM has a unitarist tradition in the USA -  15. HRM has a unitarist tradition in Europe and Australasia -  16. Traditional personnel managers had high status compared to managers in other  business functions -  17. The Japanese role model is a mixture of racial stereotyping, myth and reality -  18. 'Just-in-time' and continuous improvement were developed in the USA -  19. Introduction of HRM on the Harvard MBA had a significant impact on the subject 
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course MBA IB SHRM taught by Professor Commanderk.vsubbarao(retd) during the Spring '10 term at Amity University.

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