Networkorganization

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Unformatted text preview: Networkorganization ­acollectionofindependent,mostlysinglefunctionfirmsthatcollaborate onagoodorservice 26. Dynamicnetwork ­temporaryarrangementsamongpartnersamongthatcanbeassembledand reassembledtoadapttotheenvironment 27. Broker ­apersonwhoassemblesandcoordinatesparticipantsinanetwork 28. Standardization ­establishingcommonroutinesandproceduresthatapplyuniformlyto everyone 29. Formalization ­thepresenceofrulesandregulationsgoverninghowpeopleintheorganization interact 30. Coordinationbyplan ­interdependentunitsarerequiredtomeetdeadlinesandobjectivesthat contributetoacommongoal 31. Coordinationbymutualadjustment ­unitsinteractwithoneanothertomakeaccommodations inordertoachieveflexiblecoordination  32. Strategicalliance ­aformalrelationshipcreatedamongindependentorganizationswiththe purposeofjointpursuitofmutualgoals 33. Learningorganization ­skilledatcreating,acquiring,andtransferringknowledge,andat modifyingitsbehaviortoreflectnewknowledgeandinsights 34. High ­involvementorganization ­topmanagementensuresthatthereisconsensusaboutthe directioninwhichthebusinessisheading  35. Totalqualitymanagement(TQM) ­integrativeapproachtomanagementthatsupportsthe attainmentofcustomersatisfactionthroughawidevarietyoftoolsandtechniquesthatresultin high ­qualitygoodsandservices 36. ISO9001 ­seriesofqualitystandardsdevelopedbyacommitteeworkingundertheinternational forstandardizationtoimprovetotalqualityinallbusinessesforthebenefitofproducersand consumers 37. Technology ­thesystematicapplicationofscientificknowledgetoanewproduct,process,or service 38. Smallbatch ­technologiesthatproducegoodsandservicesinlowvolume 39. Largebatch ­technologiesthatproducegoodsandservicesinhighvolume 40. Continuousprocess ­highlyautomatedandhascontinuousproductionflow  41. Masscustomization ­theproductionofvaried,individuallycustomizedproductsatthelowcost ofstandardization,mass ­producedproducts 42. Leanmanufacturing ­operationthatstrivestoachievethehighestpossibleproductivityand totalquality,cost ­effectively,byeliminatingunnecessarystepsintheproductionprocessand continuallystrivingforimprovement 43. (JIT) ­asystemthatcallsforsubassembliesandcomponentstobemanufacturesinverysmall lotsanddeliveredtothenextstageoftheproductionprocessjustastheyareneeded              1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Chapter7Terms  HumanResourcesManagement(HRM) ­formalsystemsforthemanage...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2013 for the course JMC 3363 taught by Professor Yoon during the Fall '13 term at The University of Oklahoma, Norman Campus.

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