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chapter 2 Foundations of Management
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Learning Outcomes Compare and contrast leadership and management. Identify the four generations of leadership theory and how they are used today. Develop knowledge of how management theory has evolved since the Industrial Revolution. Demonstrate an understanding of management issues and trends in the field.
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Key Words Management Process of coordinating and integrating resources in order to effectively and efficiently achieve organizational goals and objectives. Leadership Interpersonal influence over others aimed at achieving organizational goals, objectives, and strategies.
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Key Words Empirical Relying on observation or experimentation to verify or disprove an assumption of an issue. Learning organizations Agencies that instill the value of learning and education as means to developing individual staff members and the organization as a whole.
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Key Words Outcomes-based management A management philosophy in which the agency carefully plans and sets priorities with the purpose of realizing quality results rather than quantified results. Strategic management A management philosophy that assumes planning improves performance by setting strategies that the staff tries to achieve to strengthen the overall organization.
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Changing Concepts of Management Rarely in human history has any institution emerged as fast as management or had as great an impact as quickly.
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Changing Concepts of Management In less than 150 years, management has transformed the social and economic fabric of the world’s developed countries.
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Changing Concepts of Management 80 years ago, on the threshold of WW I, people were just becoming aware of management’s existence, most people in developed countries earned their living in three occupations: domestic servants, farmers, blue-collar workers.
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Today domestic servants have disappeared. Farmers in the USA account for 3% to 5% of the working population; workers in manufacturing make up 18%. The largest portion of work force is in the managerial and professional area (33% and higher). Changing Concepts of Management
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Management and Transformation The main ingredient in this transformation of the economy has been “management.”
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The Rise of Management Management explains why, for the first time in human history, we can employ large numbers of knowledgeable skilled people in productive work.
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Managers Work with and through others to achieve organizational goals and objectives. Essential purpose is to make things happen and to achieve results . Concentrate on creating innovation and taking positive action , not just responding to crisis.
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