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UGBA 10
Final EXAM
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Module 1: Management of Organizations
Current Status and Projects 2014-2024
- US Population will increase by 22 million to ~340 million
- Population is getting older
- US Labor Force will decrease from 62.9% to 60.9%
- Jobs will increase from 150-160 million
- Significant shift in industry employment due to increased societal needs in healthcare
and in technology-related services
Computerization
- Computerization of work could put ~50% of US jobs at risk of elimination
- In peril: fixed, middle-skill, routine, repetitive jobs
- Safe: jobs in non-static environments, and involve judgement, flexibility, creativity,
social intelligence and abstract thinking; manual labor
- Remedy: education, retraining, skill development
Status Report: The context for managing people
- The workforce is getting older
- The workforce is getting smaller fewer people entering the workforce than those
leaving the workforce
- The workforce is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse
- More jobs available that require skills; fewer jobs available for unskilled workers
- The workforce is becoming less well-educated
The Problem
- Too few workers coming into workforce
- Under-skilled workforce
- Widening skill gap: more skilled jobs, fewer skilled workers
- Greater ethnic diversity, and more complex management
- Rapid introduction of automation in service and manual labor jobs: fewer employment
options
Implications for Business
- Job vacancies in areas we can least afford
- Greater need for cultural awareness and ways of managing diverse cultures sensitively
- Growing segment of US workforce that cannot qualify for higher paying jobs
- Increasingly difficult to retain talented people in a company
- Greater competition for skilled workers globally
Solutions
- Develop the personal and professional skills of your employees
o To increase the overall skill level of the workforce
- Manage employees performance to maximize the talent we have
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- Increase satisfaction of workers to build loyalty and commitment
- Utilize talent wherever it is found
Building Blocks of a Company
- Mission: The copay’s purpose ad ho it ill ahiee its purpose
- Busiess Goals: The opay’s perforae targets how it measures success
- Business Strategy: Overarching plans and programs that outline how the company will
meet its goals
- Organizational Culture: Norms and values that guide how employees behave in the
company
- Management Processes: Coordinated actions of the management team to best utilize
resources
Building the Management Team: What should managers be focused on?
- Planning: determining what is best to do and how best to get it done
- Orgaizig: deteriig ho est to arrage a orgaizatio’s resoures ad atiities
- Directing/leading: guiding and motivating employees to meet objectives
- Controlling: monitoring performance to ensure goals are being met
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Organizing Structure and Leadership
1. How to Structure the Organization
2. The Chain of Command
3. Specialization & Departmentalization
4. Decision-Making
5. Leadership
How to Structure the Organization
- Depends on purpose, mission, strategy, competition, size, stage of maturity
- Match: what makes it easy to get the results you want
- Change structure as needs and conditions change
Specialization
- A single job
- Variety and number of tasks
- Start-ups: very little specialization
- Mature companies: highly specialized jobs
- Lower-level employees: overspecialized
Departmentalization
- Groups of jobs
- How jobs are grouped into logical units
- Same focus = same group
- High interaction = same group
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Us population will increase by 22 million to ~340 million. Us labor force will decrease from 62. 9% to 60. 9% Significant shift in industry employment due to increased societal needs in healthcare. Jobs will increase from 150-160 million and in technology-related services. Computerization of work could put ~50% of us jobs at risk of elimination. Safe: jobs in non-static environments, and involve judgement, flexibility, creativity, In peril: fixed, middle-skill, routine, repetitive jobs social intelligence and abstract thinking; manual labor. The workforce is getting smaller fewer people entering the workforce than those leaving the workforce. The workforce is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse. More jobs available that require skills; fewer jobs available for unskilled workers. Widening skill gap: more skilled jobs, fewer skilled workers. Greater ethnic diversity, and more complex management. Rapid introduction of automation in service and manual labor jobs: fewer employment options. Job vacancies in areas we can least afford.

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