U of U BUS 105 - Continuing Management through Carnigie and Tawney (3 pages)

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Continuing Management through Carnigie and Tawney


Lecture number:
25
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Utah
Course:
Bus 105 - Foundations of Business
Edition:
2

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BUS 1050 1nd Edition Lecture 25 Outline of Last Lecture I Management Outline of Current Lecture II Carnigie III Tawney IV Management Current Lecture Final Review SFEBB 3160 5 7 Thursday 12 4 Theory X Management People want direction People dislike wor People will avoid wor Manager Motivates employees with punishment Carnigie P417 Mr Frick commits crime Carnigie goes down for it L41 Change in revolution Equal terms with purchaser of labor Negotiation to rise to independent contract Carnigie tactics 1 Negotiate labor for workers 2 Negotiation of skills for pay for workers Example MLB Lock out Players demand and owners negotiation P416 L80 Upset large companies after discussion about negotiation Eliminate strikes P417 L35 Better reconciliation between workers and owners to share fortunes Carnigie introduces labor stock Why is it good for stockholders to grant stock to labors These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute It allows workers to invest in the well being of the company and gain money Helps reduce strikes and improves labor 401K did not become legal until 1981 P417 L89 If a 401K exceeds owing ability of managers P418 L36 Arbitration P419 L28 Management by capital officers L54 Management allows better organization P420 L32 Wages L81 P421 Sliding Scale Slide salary up Can be a bonus ombudsman People Orientation vs Task Orientation Tawney Acquisitive Society In an acquisitive society mangers are monstrous Industry driven by two forces Hunger and fear P426 L55 And L80 Education uprising affecting management They can identify when they are being used Allows strikes X management to Y management Future will be Z management Z management is introduce to William Ouchi Tawney introduces management Maslow McGregor Herzberg Ouchi P430 L54 Important to create confidence in labor Consumers affected first Allows work effort to be sabotaged L64 System to create



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