ARE112_Sp11_Notes10_Leadership_01

ARE112_Sp11_Notes10_Leadership_01 - ARE 112 Spring 2011...

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ARE 112 – Spring 2011 Class Notes #10 – Leadership #1 ARE112_Sp11_Notes10_Leadership_01 Page 1 of 3 I. Class Notes 1. Exam #2 – Wednesday May 18 th II. Last Time: Organizational Processes Example from TQM – Total Quality Management: Six Sigma’s and Statistical Process Control: 1. Customer specification limits and process design 2. Process control a. Upper control limit b. Lower control limit 3. Positives: a. Quality increases b. Process efficiency increases 4. Negatives a. Rewards the status quo in terms of products b. Does not foster creativity but only innovation – that difference will be discussed later III. Who uses it? Food processors, banks, hospitals, manufacturers – those organizations that rely on processes to produces outputs – the supply chain ideas. But it does not link output outcomes – that is from the demand chain.
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ARE 112 –Spring 2011 Class Notes #10 – Leadership #1 ARE112_Sp11_Notes10_Leadership_01 Page 2 of 3 Entrepreneurship: French for “One who undertakes and endeavor” 1. Not the same as leadership as we will see 2. Entrepreneurship: a. Developing a strategy: a product or a service b. Implementing the strategy: getting the product or service to the customer or consumer c. It does take leadership to be an entrepreneur but other traits as well d. Some are “life-style” oriented
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course ARE 112 taught by Professor Butler during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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ARE112_Sp11_Notes10_Leadership_01 - ARE 112 Spring 2011...

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