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Managment Approaches

Year 11 Business Studies Topic: Business Management
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Adelaide Lee-Warner

on 19 September 2011

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Transcript of Managment Approaches

Management Approaches Classical Approach Frederick Taylor is often called the “father of scientific management. Developing new standard methods for doing each job Selecting, training, and developing workers instead of allowing them to choose their own tasks and train themselves Developing a spirit of cooperation between workers and management to ensure that work is carried out in accordance with devised procedures Dividing work between workers and management in almost equal shares, with each group taking over the work for which it is best fitted organisation Management as: teamwork and informal work groups are important for productivity pyramid recognition that workers have social needs as well as economic managemnet that stresses that employees should be the main focus of the way in which the business is organised Communicating Leading Motivating (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Behavioural Approach Contingency Approach Bureaucracy Scientific Autocratic leadership style indutrial revolution Hierarchical Centralised control
All decision made by management
Top-down communication
External Rewards - carrot/stick approach
staff to follow orders Weber and Fayol
rules and procedures
planning, control & organising
lines of responsibility Role of Management Organise
Plan
Control management style participative or democratic Flexibility Dependent of situation May be a combination of both classical and behavioural Compare the Approaches In a constantly changing business environment, a business can be seen as a system of interrelated parts. Three levels to complex business Technical Institutional Management Business management and structure shoul depend on the business culture andthe nature of the operational tasks
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