F1102%20MGT3100%20study%20guide%201st%20midterm

F1102%20MGT3100%20study%20guide%201st%20midterm - CH 13:...

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MGT 3100 – G. Marchisio Kennesaw, Gaia L. Marchisio, Ph.D. PANIC MANAGEMENT: STUDY GUIDE FOR 1ST MIDTERM MANAGEMENT AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
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INTRO AND CH. 1 BIG PICTURE AND FIRM’S LONG TERM SUCCESS 1. Know the framework and all its parts 2. Know well the difference among the 3 kinds of results (yellow arrows) 3. (don’t need to know the chapter by heart )
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DIFFERENT WAYS OF DEFINING MANAGEMENT 1. Definition of management as 4 functions 2. Managers’ roles (Mintzberg)
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CH 2: DIFFERENT THEORIES OF MGT MGT 3100 – G. Marchisio 1. Evolution of Management Thought 2. The leading models in the course: systemic and contingency approaches
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CH. 5: PLANNING MGT 3100 – G. Marchisio 1. Knowing 2. Knowing the benefits and pitfalls of planning 3. Knowing the difference between formal, informal and opportunistic planning 4. Knowing all the different parts represented in the figure above
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Unformatted text preview: CH 13: UNDERSTANDING TEAMS MGT 3100 G. Marchisio CH 14: LEADERSHIP MGT 3100 G. Marchisio 1. Sources of power 2. Five approaches to leadership 1. Trait approach 2. Behavioral approach 3. Contingency approach 4. Full-range approach 5. Additional perspectives CH 16: CONTROLLING MGT 3100 G. Marchisio Why it is needed How to establish standards and measure performance Controlling is defined as monitoring performance, comparing it with goals, and taking corrective action as needed How to implement control: levels and areas 1. Physical 2. Human resources 3. Informational 4. Financial 5. Structural 6. Cultural Important financial tools 1. Budget 2. Ratio analysis 3. Audits How to continue improving quality TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MGT 3100 taught by Professor Foltz during the Fall '03 term at Kennesaw.

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