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Chapter 2.2 PowerPoint Outline

Transcript: 1. Create constancy of purpose for improving products and services. 2. Adopt the new philosophy. 3. Cease dependence on inspection to achieve quality. 4. End the practice of awarding business on price alone; instead, minimize total cost by working with a single supplier. 5. Improve constantly and forever every process for planning, production and service. 6. Institute training on the job. 7. Adopt and institute leadership. 8. Drive out fear. 9. Break down barriers between staff areas. 10. Eliminate slogans, exhortations and targets for the workforce. 11. Eliminate numerical quotas for the workforce and numerical goals for management. 12. Remove barriers that rob people of pride of workmanship, and eliminate the annual rating or merit system. 13. Institute a vigorous program of education and self-improvement for everyone. 14. Put everybody in the company to work accomplishing the transformation. Applying TQM The principles and 14 points of TQM can be applied to any level of management or size of business. Some points will be more important depending on the individual business. Japanese Management Practices In-house training of managers Consensual and decentralized decision-making Extensive use of quality control methods Carefully codified work standards Emphasis on creating harmonious relations among workers Lifetime employment and seniority-based compensation Cultural techniques helped them vault into economical success. Became worlds second larges manufacturing power, second only to the Theory Y Management Assumptions- Work can be as natural as play and rest If truly committed workers will be self-motivated Commitment can also be induced by rewards regarding higher needs such as self-fulfillment. ^Under these conditions workers will seek responsibility themselves. Not a "soft approach to management but rather a more tactical one. Favors long term relationships Personal relationships with customers Avoid layoffs and contract terminations. Teamwork means working together. Japanese Management Practices (Post WW2) American engineer, statistician, professor, author, lecturer, and management consultant TQM is a management system every staff member must be committed to maintaining high standards of work in every aspect of a company's operations. Centralization When an organization's decision making and planning activities are done by one central group (can be managers or a management team, ceo etc.), or high company power, at one central location. When a companies decision making and planning activities are distributed throughout the company management instead of one central company power, manager, management team, etc. Theory Z Management Decentralization Sources Developed14 management practices and tips to help companies increase their quality and productivity. Does not give the employee the benefit of the doubt. Assumes average workers are lazy, dislike work, and will generally avoid it. Assumes average workers have no ambition and are not particularly intelligent. Assumes average workers are self centered and do not value company goals. Japanese Management Management approach based on a combination Japanese and American management principles. Characterized by long-term job security, consensual decision making, slow evaluation and promotion procedures, and individual responsibility within a group context. American are performance oriented unlike Japanese who are perfectionist. On the Job training Teamwork means functional maximization. Theory X Management American Management Chapter 2.2 PowerPoint Outline W. Edwards Deming and Total Quality Management(TQM)

Research Project: Outline Template

Transcript: Conclusion a. First born tend to be the most expensive because parents are usually really excited for this child and want the best. b. state the characteristics of an older child - the good and the negative c. The older sibling and an only child have the most in common. -both experienced the center of attention, leader, and have the most pressure to succeed in life. d. example based of my friends view since she the oldest I. Introduction a. Studies show that birth order could affect a person’s personality based on if they're the oldest, middle, or youngest child. b. Several psychologists have studied this topic and have listed common traits they’ll develop or at least go through. c. Every parent says “they love their children equally” but in the perspective of one child it will always be interrupted in an other way. This then leads to the traits that they have said a child starts to develop. a. When a child is the only child they’re given everything they need and the full attention of both parents but tend to grow up and mature much faster since they are surrounded by adults most of the time. b. discuss the common traits of an only child c. explain the difference between how an only child and a child with sibling grow/develop. d. explain how differently raised they are instead of one a child with siblings. Body paragraph 6 personal thoughts a.The middle child is completely different from the older child since they had to share the attention from both parents. They are often known for being the peacemakers and what to do things fairly. b.Talk about the characteristics of an older child - the good and the negative c. explain the difference between the care of the parents; how parents are raising an older and middle child d. personal example off on of the given sites a. Alfred Adler’s was one of the first ones to ever discuss about birth order in his theory of Individual psychology. (around 1911) -background information of Adler -what he said about the personality traits b. Kevin Leman is also another well known psychologist who has studied birth order since 1967. - background information of Leman and his written book -his thought of what he said about a child’s order birth personality. c. Compare what modern studies are saying now that the age, size of the family and older life experiences are what makes them build their personality. a. Restate my thesis b. restate the common personality trait that each sibling have c. restate that recent studies do have a point but these personality traits are really close to defining a person. a. b. c. d. e. f. Body Paragraph 3 The Last Born Body paragraph 4: The only child Body Paragraph 2 The middle child Body Paragraph 1 The first child a. Having an older and younger sister I felt the need to actually ask them of these personality traits describe them in a way. My older sister agreed to a certain extent and the younger agreed. b. start off with my older sister’s thought and what she didn’t agree with to what was said about being the older child. c. Discuss my thoughts toward what was being said that middle child often feel or are like. e. state what my younger sister had to say about this topic which she actually agreed with. Body paragraph 5: Famous psychologist who has studied birth order a.The middle child is completely different from the older child since they had to share the attention from both parents. They are often known for being the peacemakers and what to do things fairly. b.Talk about the characteristics of an older child - the good and the negative c. explain the difference between the care of the parents; how parents are raising an older and middle child d. personal example off on of the given sites Alfred Adler Sources Research Project: Outline Template

Argument Outline Template

Transcript: Body Body Argument Essay Introduction A) Persuasive intro B) Discuss the issue - give a history of the issue with the traditional positions involved - the side you’re not arguing for first. C) A very clear point of your thesis. (localized issue has a more known about knowledge from your a - It will be something you will care about. Doesn’t mean you have to care about the topic at first hand. Use Amusing Anecdote At The End of the Argument Doesn’t have to go through all of it for each issue Just know where you stand Be mindful of it being coherent and sequenced with its evidence. Win your audience by persuasion, start at the bottom up If your aim is to be righteous then start w/strong arguments then add in stories You’re Arguing That It Is Superior To Do It That Way Superior to a yes or no. Has to Have Other People's Issues Notes Audience: Those that will agree with me. Why Being a Buddhist in a Westernized Country in the new world isn’t all that cracked up to be? Why Buddhist Feel like a Minority in a Western Country? An anticipatory refutation is to anticipate the best argument - Make them come to the microphone without legs Rationalize your weakest point in your argument. where you feel most vulnerable. There will be a point in your argument where you will be counter attacked and the worst you can let happen is being unaware of it. For most, end the paper with some kind of call to action Other Argument Topics Evidence Comes in a Hierarchy of Evidence (some evidence is better than others) Present it in a way that it is coherent and persuasive 1. Scientific evidence 2. Accepted fact 3. Expert testimonial 4. “I Witness” traditions, cultural mores 5. Gossip “heard…” Presentation of Evidence - not a simple matter Evidence changes in its valuation over time. Its not the same throughout all time Back it up with current evidence. Apprehend and demonstrate ie. 1800 “i witness” testimony ie. 2014 “i witness” won’t get you a conviction but DNA Arguing Template Conclusion

FFP Outline Template One

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