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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 7 Management & Leadership MGMT1001 (Semester 2 2011) MGMT1001 (Semester 2 2011) Dr. Bernard Gan Dr. Bernard Gan Who wants to be a manager? Who wants to be a leader? Guiding questions 1: 1. What is management? 2. What is leadership? 3. Are they different? Are they different? Management` Leadership Used in organisational context only Used in many contexts Formally appointed No appointment necessary oing things right ( otter oing the right thing ( otter doing things right (Kotter 1990) doing the right thing (Kotter 1990) Management the exercise of influence over others using extrinsic motivation and based on externally determined legitimacy (Martin & Fellenz 2010 p.197) Leadership the exercise of influence over others using their intrinsic motivation and reflecting subjective, follower-based legitimation (Martin & Fellenz 2010 p.197) APPLE after Steve Jobs. APPLE after Steve Jobs. MANAGEMENT Levels of Management Top managers Middle managers First line managers The aim of management Low High High Manager chooses the right goals to pursue, but does a poor job of using resources to achieve these goals esult: a product/ service the Manager chooses the right goals to pursue and makes good use of resources to achieve these goals esult: a product/ service that Efficiency ess Result: a product/ service the customer wants but that is too expensive for them to buy Result: a product/ service that customers want at a quality and price they can afford Low Manager chooses wrong goals to pursue and makes poor use of resources Result: A low-quality product/ service that customers do not want Manager chooses inappropriate goals, but makes good use of resources to pursue these goals Result: A high quality product/ service that customers do not want Effectivene The Scientific-Technical Revolution and its effects on organisations and management s Rise of factory system of production growth in number of employees Increasing use of technology in production ise of corporations meaning owners did not Rise of corporations meaning owners did not necessarily work in the organisation s Key features/ developments Speation of labour and the production line Systematic study of work tasks to create rules or one best way of performing each task Focus on both job design and organisational structures and administration Scientific approaches to management Job Design s Frederick W. Taylor (1856-1915) s Four principles of Scientific Management: 1. Develop a science for each element of the job, which replaces the old rule of thumb method 2. Managers should scientifically select and then train, teach and develop workers 3. Managers should actively cooperate with the workers to ensure all work is being done in accordance with the principles of the science developed 4. An almost equal division of the work and the responsibility should be between the management and the workers Scientific approaches to management...
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