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9 15 2014 CHAPTER 1 Understanding Human Relations Human relations Human relations is what we do every day when we meet communicate solve problems etc The study of human relations has two goals Gain a better understanding of the interactions between people Develop applications for encouraging more effective interactions and relationships Definition Human relations is a field that seeks to understand those aspects of interpersonal relations most directly linked to individual group and organizational goals in work settings 1 9 15 2014 Human relations Myth versus reality Human relations provides a guaranteed formula for success Human relations tells you how to manipulate other people successfully Human relations is just common sense Human relations a capsule summary Scientific management the beginnings Time and motion studies The concept of the assembly line Scientific management Frederick W Taylor Work settings as social systems the Hawthorne studies The human relations approach 2 9 15 2014 Human relations a capsule summary Scientific management the beginnings Time and motion studies The concept of the assembly line Scientific management Frederick W Taylor Work settings as social systems the Hawthorne studies The human relations approach 3 9 15 2014 Human relations a capsule summary Scientific management the beginnings Time and motion studies The concept of the assembly line Scientific management Frederick W Taylor Work settings as social systems the Hawthorne studies The human relations approach 4 9 15 2014 Frederick Winslow Taylor 1856 1915 Author of The Principles of Scientific Management Human relations a capsule summary Scientific management the beginnings Time and motion studies The concept of the assembly line Scientific management Frederick W Taylor Work settings as social systems the Hawthorne studies The human relations approach 5 9 15 2014 Relay Assembly Test Room of the Hawthorne Plant 6 9 15 2014 Human relations a capsule summary The international perspective Theory Z argued that Japanese companies are more likely than Western companies to Focus on long range planning Offer lifelong employment but fewer promotion opportunities Make decisions by consensus Emphasize loyalty and commitment Application as a guiding principle Human relations and multiculturalism dealing with diversity Cultural diversity Dimensions of culture collectivism versus individualism 7 9 15 2014 Collectivism versus individualism as important cultural dimensions Individualist Cultures Collectivist Cultures Identity derived from personal choice and achievement Independence and freedom Personal goals Superficial relationships with a wide variety of people Individual has priority over the group Higher mobility Identity derived from the ingroup Interdependence with in group Group goals Close and frequent interaction with in group members Group has priority over individual Lower mobility Human relations as producer knowledge from applied research Experimentation knowledge through intervention Independent variables Dependent variables Random assignment to conditions Correlation knowledge through systematic observation Predictor variables Criterion variables 8 9 15 2014 Joan T John T and J T McKay In an article in the journal Sex Roles Paludi and Bauer 1983 reported a study in which 360 college students half male half female were asked to evaluate an article abridged to 1500 words in the field of politics or the psychology of women or education that was written supposedly by Joan T McKay John T McKay or J T McKay The study found that the evaluations depended quite significantly on whether the name on the student s paper was female or male or inconclusive J T with not surprisingly higher ratings going to the male author whether or not the student was male or female Human relations as producer knowledge from applied research Experimentation knowledge through intervention Independent variables Dependent variables Random assignment to conditions Correlation knowledge through systematic observation Predictor variables Criterion variables 9 9 15 2014 Four possible causal structures of an A B relationship A B Changes in Variable A cause corresponding changes to occur in Variable B B A Changes in Variable B cause corresponding changes to occur in Variable A A B Changes in Variable A cause changes in Variable B which in turn cause changes in Variable A which in turn A C B Changes in Variable C cause corresponding changes in both Variables A and B Variables A and B therefore covary even though neither one causes the other 10 9 15 2014 Human relations forces of influence Individual processes Social perception Ch 3 self and personality Ch 4 motivation Ch 5 work attitudes and job satisfaction Ch 11 stress and burnout Ch 14 Interpersonal processes Communication Ch 6 persuasion power and social influence Ch 7 conflict Ch 9 leadership Ch 10 interpersonal relationships Ch 12 and prejudice and discrimination Ch 13 Group processes Group behavior and influence Ch 8 teamwork and intergroup conflict Ch 9 11


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