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Global Management Studies
GMS 200
Jian Guan

Professor Jian Guan Manal Alvi GMS 200 CHAPTER 2CONTD Study Q 1 what can be learned from classical management thinking Classical approaches to Management People are rationalincludey Scientific Frederick Taylor y AdministrativeHenri Fayol y Bureaucratic OrganizationMax Weber Scientific Frederic TaylorDevelops rules of motion standardized work implements Carefully select workers with right abilities for jobCarefully train workersSupport workers by carefully planning work and removing obstaclesPractical lesson from scientific managementMake results0 based compensation a performance incentiveCarefully design jobs with efficient work methodsCarefully select workers with abilities to do these jobsTrain workers to perform jobs to the best of their abilities Train supervisors to support workers so they can perform jobs to the best of their abilitiesAdministrative Principles Henri Fayol Administrative principlesrules of management foundation of todayForesightcomplete plan of action for futureOrganizationprovide and mobilize resources to implement the planCommandleadselect evaluate workers to get best work toward planCoordination fit diverse efforts together and ensure info Is shared and problems solvedControlmake sure things happen according to plan and take necessary corrective actionAdministrative principleskey principles of managementScalar chainshould be clear and unbroken line of communication from top to bottom of orgUnity of commandeach person should receive orders from only one bossUnity of directionone person should be in charge of all activities with the same performance objective
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