IUB SPH-R 311 - Introduction to Management, Management Pat to Present (12 pages)

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Lecture number:
2
Pages:
12
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Indiana University, Bloomington
Course:
Sph-R 311 - Management in RPT
Edition:
2

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SPH R 311 1nd Edition Lecture 2 Outline of Last Lecture I What is Management A Traditional Functions of Management B New Functions of Management II Early Management Survival Skills Outline of Current Lecture I Introducing Management A Working Today B Organizations in the New Workplace C Managers in the New Workplace D The Management Process E Learning How to Manage II Management Learning Past to Present A Classical Management Approaches B Behavioral Management Approaches C Modern Management Foundations III 10 Things Only Bad Managers Say Current Lecture I Introducing Management A Working Today The global economy is driven by innovation cost competitiveness and high technology The employers value people People and their talents are the ultimate foundations of organizational performances Intellectual capital the collective brainpower or shared knowledge of a workforce that can be used to create value Competency represents talents or job relevant capabilities while commitment represents willingness to work hard in applying them to important tasks Knowledge worker someone whose mind is a critical asset to employers Tech IQ is required in basic operations of organizations whether ones is checking inventory making a sales transaction ordering supplies or analyzing customer preferences Tech IQ ability to use technology and commitment to stay informed on the latest technological developments Global business that sere customers and suppliers wherever in the world they may be located and that hire talent from around the world wherever it may be available at the lowest costs Globalization the worldwide interdependence of resource flows product markets and business competition Ethics set moral standards of what is good and right in one s behavior applies to all levels of business Workforce diversity describes differences among workers in gender race age ethnicity religion sexual orientation and able bodiedness Minorities now constitute more than one third of the US population



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