MNGT 141-900 Chapter 2 Answers

MNGT 141-900 Chapter 2 Answers - MNGT 141-900: Modern...

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MNGT 141-900: Modern Management Chapter 2 Answers COPY AND PASTE. DO NOT SEND FILE OR CREDIT WILL NOT BE RECEIVED. 1. The classical approach to management is that managers continually strive to increase organizational efficiency in order to increase production. 2. Scientific management is how a task solution can be structured to get the highest production from workers. 3. Fredrick W. Taylor is considered to be the “father of management”. His idea was to increase worker efficiency by scientifically designing jobs. 4. Motion study consists of reducing each job to the most basic movements possible. 5. Henry L Gantt created the Gantt chart, a primary scheduling device that is commonly used by modern managers. 6. The comprehensive analysis of management involves studying the management function as a whole. 7. Fayol’s general principles of management consist of organizational efficiency, the handling of people, and appropriate management action. 8. The classic approach does not adequately emphasize human variable. Critical interpersonal
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course MNGT 141 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Temple.

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MNGT 141-900 Chapter 2 Answers - MNGT 141-900: Modern...

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