Production Efficiency – Principles of Management

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Production Efficiency, Departmental Assessment BMGT – Principles of Management

The key terms in this BMGT – Principles of Management course include Scientific Methods, Senior Managers, Production Efficiency.


Systematic Management

structured, formal network of relationships among specialized positions; rules and regulations to standardize behavior and; authority resides in positions not individuals; therefore organizations will realize efficiency and success by following established unbiased rules.

build internal procedures and processes into operations to improve coordination efforts.

applied scientific methods to analyze work and determine how best to complete production tasks in an efficient manner in order to improve production efficiency.

emphasizes perspective of senior managers and that management, as a profession, can be taught.

was the first approach to emphasize informal work relationships and worker                               satisfaction.


Production Efficiency – Principles of Management


Administrative Management

emphasizes perspective of senior managers and that management, as a profession, can be taught.

applied scientific methods to analyze work and determine how best to complete production tasks in an efficient manner in order to improve production efficiency.

structured, formal network of relationships among specialized positions; rules and regulations to standardize behavior and; authority resides in positions not individuals; therefore organizations will realize efficiency and success by following established unbiased rules.

build internal procedures and processes into operations to improve coordination efforts.

was the first approach to emphasize informal work relationships and worker                               satisfaction.



Human Relations

was the first approach to emphasize informal work relationships and worker                               satisfaction.

build internal procedures and processes into operations to improve coordination efforts.

applied scientific methods to analyze work and determine how best to complete production tasks in an efficient manner in order to improve production efficiency.

structured, formal network of relationships among specialized positions; rules and regulations to standardize behavior and; authority resides in positions not individuals; therefore organizations will realize efficiency and success by following established unbiased rules.

emphasizes perspective of senior managers and that management, as a profession, can be taught.


The classical theory does not emphasize structure and does not have a clear division of labor and unity of command and direction.

True

False


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