Bus Chapt 8 - Ronald Francois 10/17/2008 Chapt 8 Pg 211 1)...

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Ronald Francois 10/17/2008 Chapt 8 Pg 211 1) The term division of labor means to divid the various functions of a job to different employees but specialization rfers to dividing the task to different employees and placing and emphasis on which task each person is better at, (specialize in). 2) Fayol’s Principles of managements are: (1) Unity of command, (2) Hierarchy of authority, (3) Division of labor, (4) Subordination of individual interests to the general interest, (5) Authority, (6) Degree of centralization, (7) Clear communication channels, (8) Order, (9) Epuity, (10) Esprit de corps. 3) Weber added the idea of a bureaucracy to the principles emphasizing: (1) Job descriptions, (2) Written rules, decision guidelines, and detailed records, (3) Consistent procedures, regulations, and policies, and (4) Staffing and promotion based on qualifications. Pg 215 1) Organizations are becoming more flatter because it gaves them the advantage of being more highly responsive the customer’s needs and
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course ECONOMICS 101 taught by Professor Obiene during the Spring '11 term at Essex County College.

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