Management & Organizational Behavior Test #4 - Chapters 11, 12, 14 (Daft)
human resource management (HRM) Goals of HRM human capital discrimination affirmative action contingent workers telecommuting matching model Exhibit 11.6 human resource p
I. Scientific Management Theory
A. The development of modern management first began at the end of the 19th century
after the industrial revolution had swept Europe
1. Large factories with complex machines were replacing small workshops.
Ch 3. p 63-70
Overview of Ch.3: Focus on the manager as a feeling, thinking human being.
-Characteristics that influence how managers work and how they view other people, their
organization, and the world.
-Discuss how managers values, attitudes a
The Manager as a Planner and Strategist Pg. 233-241
Is a corporate-level strategy in which a company expands its business operations either
backward into a new industry that produces input for the companys products (backward
Chapter 4 Outline
1) The Nature of Ethics
a) Ethical Dilemmas
i) Ethical Dilemmas: the quandary people find themselves in when they must decide if they
should act in a way that might help the