3 management style based on the impact of open communication between workers

3 management style based on the impact of open

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3) management style – based on the impact of open communication between workers and managers in the relay assembly test room portion of the studies. · Understand the difference between Herzberg’s “motivators” and “hygiene factors” - hygience: cleanliness, technical supervision, salary, reward system, benefit, policies (if absent: unhappy AU) - motivation: responsibility, achievement, recognition, challenging (if present, happy, PH)
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· Know the basic characteristics of Theory X and Theory Y??????????? - represent the divergent assumptions that managers can hold about organizational functioning. Theory X: - representative of a manager influenced by the most negative aspects of classical management theories. - it argues that management is responsible for organizing money, material, and people for economic ends, and people must be controlled and motivated to fit organizational needs. - managers assume to have a strong and forceful hand, essential for harnessing the efforts of basically unmotivated workers. Theory Y: - manager is one who stick to the precepts of the human relations movement. - assume that the worker r highly motivated to satisfy achievement and self actualization needs and that the job of the manager is to bring out the natural tendencies of these
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intelligent and motivated workers. · Communication flow and style of each approach · Impetus for the Human Resources Approach?????????? - first link is between aspects of the work environment and the satisfaction of higher order needs. - various job characteristics can serve as motivational factors, although aspects of the job that motivate may vary considerably by person and situation. - then linked to job satisfaction. - third link is job satisfaction and performance. - employees who are more satisfied will also be more productive. But it’s still hard to say even though with years of research. - moreover, recent research has suggested that the relationship between satisfaction and performance might depend on cultural factors.
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· Blake and Mouton's Managerial Grid - tools for training managers in leadership styles that would enhance organizational efficiency and effectiveness and stimulate the satisfaction and creativity of individual workers. (concern of people, concern for production) 1) impoverished management: low people n low production – such managers cares little for either the goals of the organization or the people in it. 2) Country Club management: high people n low production- concentrate efforts on establishing a pleasant workplace with friendly and comfortable human relations. 3) Authority Compliance: high production, low people – endeavor to arrange all components of the workplace including people, maximize efficiency and attain goals 4) Team management: high for both- believes that the best way to achieve organizational goals is through the interdependent action of committed, talented, and satisfied individuals.
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