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CMN2148 Chapter 3: Master Document Chapter 3 Lecture, Key Terms and Summary
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Department
Communication
Course
CMN2148
Professor
Mary Hawkins
Semester
Winter

Description
1. Chapter 3: Communication Implications of Major Organizational Theories CMN2148 B Lecture Notes Objectives Describe and understand implications and perspectives of Scientific Management theories for organizations Describe and understand implications and perspectives of Human Behavior theories for organizations Describe and understand implications and perspectives of Integrated Perspectives theories for organizations Describe and understand implications and perspectives of Postmodern, Critical, and Feminist theories for organizations Apply theory to familiar organizations Practice analysis capabilities Clarify the importance of values in organizations Principles of Scientific Management; Frederick Taylor (1913) The inefficiency in most organizations is caused by a lack of systematic management and The best management is a true science, resting upon clearly defined laws, rules, and principles, as a foundation. Four essential foundational elements of scientific management; 1. Careful selection of workers 2. Inducing and training workers by the scientific method 3. Equal division of work between management and workers 4. Discovering the scientific method for tasks and jobs Allowing workers to determine how tasks should be performed fostered inefficiency
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