MGMT 1000 History of Management-Chapter 2
Seat-of-the pants management had no standardization of procedures and no follow-up on
Scientific management now studies and tests methods to identify the best, most efficient ways.
Soldiering: when w
NEECHIE GEAR: PIVOTING IN AN ABORIGINAL START-UP
Professor Peter Moroz, Simon C. Parker and Edward Gamble wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The
authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of
Chapter 6-Cost Behaviour Part 2
TRADITIONAL INCOME STATEMENT
Traditional income statements are organized by function not by cost behaviour.
Costs relating to production or purchases are recorded to COGS above the gross profit
line when they are sold.
Chapter 13: Motivation
Motivation: The set of forces that initiates, directs, and makes people persist in their efforts to
accomplish a goal.
Needs: the physical and psychological requirements that must be met to ensure survival and
Chapter 11-Managing Human Resource Systems
shows the human resource management process
attracting, developing, and keeping qualified
employeeswhich remains one of most important
and difficult of management tasks.
Managers often treat questions as separate
Chapter 7-Innovation and Change
Organizational Innovations: the successful implementation
Organizational Change: a difference in the form, quality, or condition of an organization over
Technology cycle: cycle that begins with birth of new technology.
MGMT 1000 Chapter 6-Organizational Strategy
SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Resources: The assets, capabilities, processes, information, and knowledge that the organization
uses to improve effectiveness and efficiency, create and sustain competitive adv
Mgmt 1000-Leading Teams
Work Teams: A small number of people with complementary skills who hold themselves
mutually accountable for pursuing a common purpose. Achieving performance goals and
improving interdependent work processes.
1. Teams hel
Mgmt 1000-Chapter 4
Ethics and Social Responsibility
Ethics: Set of moral principles that define right and wrong for a person or group
Ethical Behavior: Behavior that conforms to a societys accepted principles of right and wrong.
6 factors that contribute
Mgmt 1000-Chapter 5
Planning and decision Making
Choosing a goal, and developing a method or strategy to achieve that goal
Benefits Of Planning
1st benefit of planning: Managers and employees put out greater effort when following a plan.
Management 1000 Chapter 1
Management: Getting work done through others using Efficiency and effectiveness
Efficiency: Getting work done with a minimum of effort, expense or waste
Effectiveness: accomplishing tasks that help fulfill organizational objectiv
Macro- whole organization (to look at the organization as an entity itself)
Meso- group level (team dynamics)
History of MGMT
Styles- authoritarian vs. participative