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1 Principles of Management INTRODUCTIONS INTRO. TO MANAGEMENT COURSE OUTLINE
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2 Principles of Management MANAGER MANAGEMENT Efficiency Effectiveness INTRODUCTION Someone who works with and through other people by coordinating their work activities in order to accomplish organizational goals The process of coordinating work activities so that they are completed efficiently and effectively with and through people ARE WE MANAGERS ? Getting the most output from least input “Doing the right things.” Completing activities so that goals are attained
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3 Principle s of Manage ment M A P N R A O G C E E M S E S N T INTRODUCTION PLAN ORGANIZE LEAD CONTROLL PLAN ORGANIZE STAFF LEAD CONTROL
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4 Principles of Management M A S N K A I G L E L M S E N T INTRODUCTION 1) TECHNICAL 1) HUMAN 1) CONCEPTUAL
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5 Principle s of Manage ment M A R N O A L G E E S M E N T INTRODUCTION 1) Interpersonal a) Figurehead b) Leader c) Liaison
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6 Principles of Management M A R N O A L G E E S M E N T INTRODUCTION 2) Informational a) Monitor b) Disseminator c) Spokesperson
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7 Principles of Management M A R N O A L G E E S M E N T INTRODUCTION 3) Decisional a) Entrepreneur b) Disturbance Handler c) Resource Allocator d) Negotiator
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8 Principles of Management HISTORY First Family Unit Farming / Organized Hunting City States - Trade - Social Services - Defense
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9 Principles of Management HISTORY Empires - Mega Projects - - Pyramids: 20 yrs, 100,000 workers, 2 million blocks but by stone quarry and transported by land and river nile - - Great Wall of China - - Palaces, Forts, Places or worship: Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, -- Army was used -- Sinan (Ottoman Empire)
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10 Principles of Management HISTORY A SEPARATE FIELD OF STUDY Adam Smith 1776 “Wealth of Nations” Ideas: Division of Labor, Job Specialization Industrial Revolution Advent of machines hastened the need for specialized managers
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11 Principles of Management HISTORY 1) SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT 1) GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE THEORIES 1) QUANTITATIVE APPROACH 1) ORGANIZATION BEHAVIORAL THEORIES M A T N H A E G O E R M I E E M S E N T
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12 Principles of Management HISTORY 1) SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT 1) GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE THEORIES 1) QUANTITATIVE APPROACH 1) ORGANIZATION BEHAVIORAL THEORIES M A T N H A E G O E R M I E E M S E N T
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13 Principles of Management HISTORY 2) GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPROACH i) Fredrick W. Taylor “Father of Scientific Management” Pig-Iron Experiment: Increased loading of pig-irons from 12.5 to 48 tons per day “One Best Way” for each job M A T N H A E G O E R M I E E M S E N T ii) Frank & Lillian Gilbreth Time & Motion Studies Hand and Body movements during a particular task Brick Laying: External motions 18 - 5 Internal Motions 18
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14 Principles of Management HISTORY 2) GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPROACH i) Henry Fayol: 14 principles of management M A T N H A E G O E R M I E E M S E N T 1) Division of Work 2) Authority 3) Discipline 4) Unity of Command 5) Unity of Direction 6) Subordination of individual interest to general interest Specialization Every employee to receive orders from 1 person Organization should have single plan of action
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course DBA 201 taught by Professor Ahmed during the Spring '11 term at Alaska Pacific University.

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