UNIT 2 Lecture study guide

UNIT 2 Lecture study guide - Control 1. Describe the...

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UNIT # 2 LECTURE STUDY GUIDE Organizing 1. Explain the function of the “Chain of Command” 2. Describe three common manufacturing systems 3. Describe the dimensions of “Mass Production” 4. Identify the primary characteristics of “Systems” thinking. 5. Explain an “Open System” mind-set 6. List the “events” or parts of an open system cycle Create 1. Explain why we should be concerned with organizational renewal/change 2. List the forces for long-term changes 3. Explain how organizational renewal is rooted in the past of organizations 4. Describe the enablers of innovation 5. Describe how IDEO [video] personnel are organized for being creative. 6. Explain how Chouinard of Patagonia became an innovative entrepreneur.
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Unformatted text preview: Control 1. Describe the objectives of organizational control systems 2. Describe the differences between “Bureaucratic” and “Normative” control systems. 3. Explain how employees can be considered to be in a “digital cage.” 4. Describe the factors that enable sustainable employee performance 5. Explain the relationship between Edward Deming and Total Quality Management [TQM]. 6. Describe the Deming Wheel and its relevance to control. 7. Describe the levels of organizational culture. 8. Explain the importance of cultural indicators. 9. Describe the three points of production control....
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course HRM 1101 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '08 term at Temple.

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