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Managing People Group Presentation
FONTS
Scientific Management
“Scientific Management is based on the application of work study techniques to the design and organization of work in order to maximize output – increased productivity (to find the ‘one best way’ of performing each task); it is a form of job design theory and practice which stresses short, repetitive work cycles; detailed, prescribed task sequences; a separation of task conception from task execution; and motivation based on economic rewards.” (Cole and Kelly, 2011-online)
Motivational Management
• What is motivation?
• Effort
• Persistence

For this presentation as a group we've researched a variety of successful organisations in which we've looked at management theories and techniques.

During our research we've weighed up the advantages and disadvantages of these individual theories to establish how they work and what we think makes a successful organisation.

This has given us an insight to evaluate each of our four chosen management theories.
Conclusion
Introduction
Democratic Management
Reference list

Bibilography
Scientific management is a management theory commonly used in large organisations where consistency and guidelines make them successful. (Scribd, 2009-online)

1990: Regis enters the U.K. by purchasing Glemby Europe Ltd., 150 salons located in department stores
1992: The first Regis Europe stand-alone salon opens in Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield
1995: The first Trade Secret salon opens in Europe; also acquires Essanelle, 80 salons located in department stores
1996: Regis acquires 20 land-based Steiner salons and 72 salons formerly owned by Alan Paul Plc
1999: Regis acquires 70 Supercuts salons
2002: Regis acquires Vidal Sassoon salons and academies
2007: Regis acquires HCUK salons

Regis Corporation UK Timeline
Regis Corporation,(2013)
Although an organisation can be globally successful the management theory does have disadvantages as well as advantages.
Clear guidelines, standards and targets are seen to contribute largely to successful organisations.
Teach-nology, (2013) online
Motivational management in practice
Motivational management can be used in a variety of industries and places of work. This theory works well for fitness instructors as they not only need to motivate their clients and customers but also need to have a lot of self motivation to do this.

Some key aspects of motivational management in this field of work are:

• Motivate
• Type
• Energy

Regis use motivational management techniques such as competitions and prizes to assist employees to reach their targets.
We have chosen a globally recognised organisation to highlight the importance of using management theories and what aspects of these we think makes them so successful.
Heller, R. (1998) online
Regis, (2013)
Teach-nology.(2013).
Understand Maslow.
[online] Available at http://www.teach-nology.com/tutorials/teaching/understandmaslow.html [accessed 02/11/13]

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Leadership theory & practice,
Revised Edition. Orlando: Harcourt College Publications.

Goodworth, C. (1988).
The Secrets Of Successful Leadership & People Management.
Oxford: Heinemann Ltd

Gill, R.(2012).
Theory and Practice of Leadership
, 2nd Edition. London: Sage Publications

Mackay A . (2007)
Motivation, Ability and Confidence Building in People
, 1st Edition. Oxford: Heinmann Ltd

Regis Corp. (2013)
Business Opportunities
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Cole, G.A and Kelly, P.(2011).
Management Theory and Practise,
7th Edition. Hampshire,UK:Cengage Learning EMEA

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Applications of scientific management.
[online] Available at http://www.scribd.com/doc/22738632/Applications-of-Scientific-Management [accessed 22/10/13]

Regis Corporation. (2013)
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Mary Kay on People Management
. London and Sydney: McDonald&Co Publishers Ltd.

Heller,R.(1998).
motivating people.
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A lasting impression
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human resource management practice
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Armstrong, M.(2003). A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, 9th Edition.London:Kogan Page Publishers
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Goodworth, C. (1988). The Secrets Of Successful Leadership & People Management. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd
Gill, R.(2012). Theory and Practice of Leadership, 2nd Edition. London: Sage Publications
Mackay A . (2007) Motivation, Ability and Confidence Building in People, 1st Edition. Oxford: Butterworth Heinmann
Regis Corp. (2013) Business Opportunities.[online] Available at http://www.regiscorp.com/UK/BusinessOpportunities/default.asp [Accessed 28/10/2013]
Cole, G.A and Kelly, P.(2011). Management Theory and Practise, 7th Edition. Hampshire,UK:Cengage Learning EMEA
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Economist guru(2008).Mcgregor on democratic management. Available at: hhttp://www.economist.com [Accessed 16/10/13]

“Our financial , legal and operations experts have the resources , knowledge and confidence to ensure a successful sale and smooth transition for you and your employee’s”


“At Regis , they will enjoy a competitive package of benefits, perks, continual training and opportunities for advancement. Keeping stylists and managers motivated and fulfilled is paramount within our organisation.”
Advantages of McGregor’s Theory Y:

• Extensive Communication
• Assist’s complex decisions
• Involvement of different staff with special skill set’s
• Promotes a sense of responsibility amongst staff
• Encourages working as a team and assists team building
• Staff are engaged in their business and could be said to feel valued by the organisation.
• Good Interaction with staff
• Maximising resource and skills

Disadvantages of McGregor’s Theory Y:

• Slows decision making process
• Differences of opinions amongst staff
• Possibility of conflict
• Time consuming
• When the majority don’t agree / split decisions

McGregor’s (1960) Theory Y supported these advantages as can be seen in Fig 1.1
This shows Theory Y to be an empowering motivational factor as we have discussed previously defining the advantages and disadvantages .

McGregor’s (1960) Theory Y is best defined by Mackay, A (2006):

“….Theory Y , are about people being imaginative, responsible and able to exercise self- control. These assumptions lead to a more participative leadership style….” (Mackay, A, 2007-online)
[Fig 1.1]
Mackay, A (2007)
Mackay, A (2007)

Who is the Autocratic Manager?


•The leader who is gripped with an innate compulsion to dominate others.

•An individual who takes control over all decisions and has little or no input from their team.

•A Manager with high concern for task low concern for relationships.

•But a manager who often can achieve tasks in a timely fashion.


How have we collated this information?

•Study of Autocratic leadership behaviour conducted at Iowa State University by Kurt Lewin & his associates. (1948)

•Study by Tannenbaum & Schmidt. (1968)

•A personal example of being managed using this approach.

•An industry linked example.
•Autocratic a personal bias

• A personal preference.

•Autocratic Management within the Regis group


Advantages

Clear guidelines and outcomes
Controlled and supervised working environment
Ensures fulfillment of tasks or objectives
authority

Disadvantages

Pressured work environment could cause stress
Loss of freedom
Loss of creativity
Can lead to misuse of power
An opposite to McGregor's (1960) Theory X is Theory Y
McGregor’s (1960) Theory X
Autocratic Management
"Do unto others as you would have them do to you."
Regis Artistic Teams encourage team building, confidence building and skill challenges to motivate employees through method of achievement.
Kay, Mary. P, (year)
Maslow's (1954) Hierachy of needs
For management theories to work in a large organisation it takes what are considered to be the best aspects of all theories to compliment each other and merge together. This appears to be happening in Regis.
In our industry Regis is a well respected organisation with salons worldwide. These include a large amount of salons in UK and also locally.
"Sassoon’s together with Regis have several reward programs for us to reach our targets, I once improved my monthly treatment sales by 50% and won an iPad! The reward system always seems to keep staff motivated to reach their targets."
"There is a standard of service we are expected to carry out within our salons...I can honestly say the standard of service we carry out for our clients is the same regardless of the location of our salons."
Regis employee, Abigail Coates (2013)
Regis employee, Abigail Coates (2013)
"I am currently a top technician in Sassoon’s Munich salon. I've worked for Vidal Sassoon, owned by Regis, for six years and I have always felt valued within the organisation. "
Regis employee, Abigail Coates (2013)
Regis, (2013)
Regis Corporation (ND) online
Regis Corporation (ND) online
Regis incorporate a variety of management theories within the organisation
'The human side of enterprise has been said to change forever, how organisations value and treat employees and was said to have a powerful impact on management techniques and business.'
Cunningham, A(2011)online
Armstrong, M(2006)
We've interviewed and used an inside source who is a current employee at Regis, to give us an insight into ways of management and how the organisation is run.
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