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MGMT615 Leader Primer fall09

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Leadership Primer: History and  Theories of Leadership Linda  L. Smith Fall 2009 MGMT615:  Intercultural Communication and Leadership
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“Leadership and management are two distinctive and  complementary systems of action. Each has its own function  and characteristic activities. Both are necessary for success in  today’s business environment.”  (Kotter) “Leadership compliments management, it does not replace it.  Strong leadership with weak management is no better and  sometimes worse than the reverse.”  (Kotter) Leadership makes sure the ladders we are climbing are  leaning against the right wall; management makes sure we are  climbing the ladders in the most efficient ways possible.”  (Covey) “Leadership focuses on the doing the right things,  management focuses on doing things right.”  (Covey) Leadership and Management –  are they different?
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Summary: Leadership Management Visioning Planning and Budgeting Aligning Organizing and Staffing Inspiring Controlling Change Agent Order Agent Originate Imitate Outsight Now Innovate Administer Leadership and Management –  are they different?
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Milestones in American  Management Thought Pre-Industrial Revolution (prior to 1770) Industrial Revolution (post 1770) Scientific Management (1900-1930) Human Relations (1920-1960) Systems Theory (1940-1980) Contingency Theory (1960-1990) Classical School of Management Max Weber Henri Fayol Chester Barnard Herbert Simon Frederick Taylor Elton Mayo Abraham Maslow Douglas McGregor BF Skinner David McClelland Fred Fielder Frederick Herzberg Hawthorne Studies Adam Smith Charles Babbage Robert Owen
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Pre-Industrial Revolution (prior to 1770) Industrial Revolution (post 1770) Scientific Management (1900-1930) Human Relations (1920-1960) Systems Theory (1940-1980) Contingency Theory (1960-1990) Classical School of Management Max Weber Henri Fayol Chester Barnard Herbert Simon Weber: Bureaucracy Decision making in the hands of a capable managerial class Rationalism Hierarchical structure Division of labor Rules and technical competence Positional power Formality Social Darwinism Little to say about “workers” Milestones in American  Management Thought
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Pre-Industrial Revolution (prior to 1770) Industrial Revolution (post 1770) Scientific Management (1900-1930 ) Human Relations (1920-1960) Systems Theory (1940-1980) Contingency Theory (1960-1990) Classical School of Management Max Weber Henri Fayol Chester Barnard Herbert Simon Fayol: Five basic functions of management 14 Management principles Milestones in American  Management Thought
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Pre-Industrial Revolution (prior to 1770) Industrial Revolution
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  • Fall '09
  • SMITH
  • Management, The Land, Scientific Human Systems Theory Management Relations Theory, Management Relations Theory, Scientific Human Systems, Max Weber Henri Fayol Chester Barnard Herbert Simon BF Skinner David McClelland Fred Fielder Frederick Herzberg, Human Systems Contingency

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