MBA 503 PP slides for organization behavior key revolutions

MBA 503 PP slides for organization behavior key revolutions...

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KEY REVOLUTIONS IN BUSINESS 1910-1930 …. TAYLORISM 1930s-1950s….HUMAN RELATIONS 1960s--1970s….DECENTRALIZATION 1990s….REENGINEERING 2000s…INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY
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MAJOR SCHOOLS IN ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR 1. SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT (1900—1920s) 2. HUMAN RELATIONS (1930s—1950s) 3. ORGANIZATION-ENVIRONMENT (SYSTEMS APPROACH) 1960s—1970s 4. POPULATION ECOLOGY (1970s-1980s) 5. STRATEGY AND COMPETITIVENESS (early 1990s) 6. COMPETENCIES (ROLE OF IT, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, AND TECHNOLOGY) LATE 1900s—21 Century
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Scientific management PEOPLE ARE INHERENTLY LAZY PEOPLE NEED CONSTANT SUPERVISION WORK CAN BE SCIENTIFCALLY ENGINEERED, PLANNED, AND ALLOCATED WORKERS ARE “HOMO ECONOMICUS”, THEY RESPOND TO ECONOMIC/MONETARY INCENTIVES TIME AND MOTION (INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING) CAN BE FULLY DESIGNED THE ONLY FACTOR THAT CAN HINDER PRODUCTIVITY IS HUMAN FATIGUE MAX WEBER ABD BUREAUCRACY
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Human Relations WORKERS ARE INHERENTLY WILLING TO TAKE RISKS AND
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