Assignment 1 - introduced the Scalar chain principle the Unity of command principle and Unity of direction principle Weber is known for his

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Assignment 1 1. Identify principles associated with Taylor, Fayol and Weber. Taylor is known for his scientific management principles which include developing a science for every job, assuring that workers with the right abilities are selected, assuring that the workers are trained correctly and are given incentives to motivate and supporting the workers by planning their work flows and assuring that they keep on the right path. Fayol is known for his administrative management principles and advancing the rules of management which include Foresight, Organization, Command, Coordination and control. He
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Unformatted text preview: introduced the Scalar chain principle, the Unity of command principle and Unity of direction principle. Weber is known for his bureaucratic management principles that were based on logic, order and legitimate authority. 2. Define contingency thinking and analyze how it might apply to management. 3. Evaluate why the external environment is so important in the open-systems view of organizations 4. Distinguish between Theory X and Theory Y assumptions, and explain why McGregor favored Theory Y...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course MGT 210 taught by Professor Wendy during the Spring '11 term at American College of Computer & Information Sciences.

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