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Carpenter PPT Chapter 03

Carpenter PPT Chapter 03 - Mason Carpenter Talya Bauer and...

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Mason Carpenter, Talya Bauer, and Berrin Erdogan
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Chapter 3 History, Globalization, and Value-Based Leadership Learning Objectives Learn about the history of principles of management Know the context for contemporary principles of management Understand key global trends See how globalization is affecting management principles and practices Appreciate the importance of value-based leadership (ethics) in management © 2010 Jupiterimages Corporation
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Early Management Principles
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Limitations of Early Theorists
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MANAGEMENT IDEAS OF THE 1990s
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Peter’s Management Recommendations
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Views of Leadership through the Ages
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What goals seem to dominate early management principles? Do you see any commonalities between Fayol’s principles of management from 1911 and those of Tom Peters in the 1990s? Are there any jobs today for which time and motion studies would make sense to do? Would any other skills need to be taught as well? What do early management principles leave out? How would you put some of the ideas of the 1990s into practice? What aspects of POLC would be most likely to change based on what you have learned in this section?
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CORPORATIONS AS SOCIAL MOVEMENTS CORPORATIONS AS SOCIAL MOVEMENTS © 2010 Jupiterimages Corporation
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LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS
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