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Mary Parker Follet
Who defined management as the art of getting things done through people?
Who defined management as to forecast, to plan, to organize, to command, and to control?
Who defined management as the process of deciding the best way to use an organization’s resources to provide goods and services?
Who defined management as it Refers to the group of people responsible and accountable for directing the workplace and seeing to it that the organization’s goals and objectives are met?
Who defined management as the process of working with and through others?
Working with and through others
Which component of Kreitner’s definition states that management is a social process.
Which component of Kreitner’s definition states that successful managers are the ones who anticipate and adjust to the changing environment
Achieving organizational objectives
Which component of Kreitner’s definition states that organizations are more successful when their activities are guided by challenging yet achievable objectives
A target to be striven for to attain one’s goal
Vital part of management
relationship between input and output
Doing things right
Getting things done
Doing the right things
Attainment of organizational goals
Management can also be called ________________
Management as _________________
Application of knowledge
Body of knowledge
An individual who is in charge of certain groups of tasks a certain subset of a company
Basic function of management
The process of bringing together physical, financial, and human resources
Put the right people on the right job
Managers must supervise, lead, motivate, coach, train, guide, and direct
Measurement of correction of performance of subordinates.
Interpersonal Role wherein managers represent their specific unit
Interpersonal Role wherein managers initiate and coordinate their units.
Interpersonal Role wherein managers interact with other persons in other units
Informational Role wherein managers monitors activities occuring outside is office
Interpersonal Role wherein managers transmit and disseminate information.
Interpersonal Role wherein managers represent and speak for their units.
Decisional Role wherein managers identify and develop new opportunities.
Decisional Role wherein managers identify solutions and take action.
Decisional Role wherein managers distribute funds and resources.
Decisional Role wherein managers frequently involved in negotiation activities.
A management skill wherein a manager must have the ability to see the “big picture”
A management skill wherein a manager must possess knowledge and ability to use techniques.
A management skill which pertains to interpersonal relationships.
Defined as the use of scientific methods.
Father of Scientific Management
Administrative Management Theory
Focuses on people and information
Father of Modern Management
Division of Work
Principle of Management wherein there is specialization of labor.
Principle of Management wherein there is a right to give orders.
Principle of Management wherein there should be obedience and respect.
Unity of Command
Principle of Management wherein employees follow only one superior.
Unity of Direction
Principle of Management wherein the efforts of everyone should focus on one direction.
Subordination of individual interest to the general interest
Principle of Management wherein it is the resolving the tug of war between personal and organizational interests.
Principle of Management wherein everyone must be paid fairly.
Principle of Management wherein authority is concentrated.
Principle of Management wherein subordinates must observe the formal chain of command.
Principle of Management wherein material things and people must be in their proper places.
Principle of Management wherein fairness that results from a combination of kindliness and justice.
Stability and Tenure Personnel
Principle of Management wherein people need time for their job.
Principle of Management wherein managers must sacrifice personal vanity.
Esprit de Corps
Principle of Management wherein in unity, there is strength.
Father of Bureaucracy
Emphasized on the division of labor, clearly defined law, etc.
Behavioral Management Theory
Focuses on the Human Aspect of Work
Threat of Unionization
Satisfied employees would be less inclined to join unions.
The Hawthorne Studies
Study of the relationship between light intensity and productivity.
He urged managers to provide work that fostered personal and subjective satisfaction.
Mary Parker Follet
She urged managers to motivate employees than simply demanding performance.
He viewed the typical employee as an active and energetic individual.
Management Science Theory
Quantitative approach to management
Organizational Management Theory
Organization is part of a larger environment.
Organization has no interaction with its environment
Organization has interaction with its environment.
Set of external factors
Constantly changing, unpredictable, and dynamic
Environment which is shaped by culture, behaviors, beliefs, etc.
Environment which includes political form, government policies, and attitude towards the business community.
Environment where we can only adapt to it.
Includes the methods adapted for product goods, services, and distribution.
Environment which are sets of laws, regulations, and legalities.
Environment which seeks out to know the competitors’ activities.
Refers to economic growth
The SWOT analysis was first tested by _____________
Works efficiently during the planning stage wherein it contains two internal factors and two external factors.
Advantages or the internal attributes that support a positive result.
Internal characteristics that work against a successful outcome.