Ch 2 - The History of Management (Web).pptx

Want a zone of indifference will occur if orders when

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Want a “zone of indifference;” will occur if orders . When people accept managerial authority without question, like professor but they don’t have authority over you like a cop. Are understood Are consistent with the purpose of the organization Are compatible with the people’s personal interests, wanna do well in the class Can actually be carried out by those people once trust is broken or thing other than above is done then zone of indifference is broken.
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Summary of the Approaches to Management Scientific management – improving efficiency Bureaucratic management- using knowledge, fairness, and logical rules and procedures. Administrative management- how and what managers should do in their jobs. What managers should be doing at their job Human Relations- focus is on people; the workers. The psychological aspect of the job.
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Modern Advances
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Operations, Information, and Contingency Management Where we are at now Operations Management – involves managing the daily production of goods and services. Managing production, transportation and actual operation of business. How do the organization Information Management – application of management techniques to collect information, communicate it within and outside the organization, and process it to enable managers to make quicker and better decisions. Managing information and data to make product better. Targeting market and customers better. Communicating it with and processing and making better decisions with it . Contingency Management – there are no universal management theories; the most effective management theory or idea depends on the kinds of problems or situations that managers or organizations are facing at a particular time and place. There is no one best way to do things.
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  • Spring '11
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  • Management, scientific management

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