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Module 2 Module 2 Management Learning Management Learning
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Module 2 What can we learn from Classical management thinking? What is unique about the Behavioral management approach? What are the foundations of the Modern management approaches?
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2.1 Classical Management Taylor’s scientific management sought efficiency in job performance. Weber’s bureaucratic organization is supposed to be efficient and fair. Fayol’s administrative principles describe managerial duties and practices.
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Classical Management
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CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT Scientific Management Frederick Taylor Wrote The Principles of Scientific Management in 1911. Believed in finding “maximum prosperity for the employer…and the employee” by identifying the most efficient way to perform tasks.
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CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT Scientific Management There is one “best” way to perform any task. Develop a science for each job Hire workers with the right abilities Train and motivate workers Support workers by planning and assisting with job science
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CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT Bureaucracy Bureaucratic Organizations Defined by Max Weber in late 19 th century Focused on definitions of authority, responsibility and process Intended to address the inefficiencies of organizations at that time Job descriptions were uncommon Promotions were usually based on personal connections
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CLASSICAL MANAGEMENT Bureaucracy Characteristics of an Ideal Bureaucracy
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Administrative Principles Henri Fayol Published Administration Industrielle et Générale in 1916. Analyzed and documented the practices of
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course MGT 3315 taught by Professor Waner during the Spring '11 term at UCM.

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