Managing

corporate-level strategy – formulate strategy step of planning:
specifies which industries and national markets an organization intends to compete; primary responsibility of top managers
Direct – Straight, constant, without interruption.
below the water – what we say= visible, invisible, assumptions
concentric diversification – company decides to diversify into products related to present products
Quantitative management – utilizes linear programming, modeling, simulation systems and chaos theory.
Process Losses – •Group Maintenance (unavoidable)
-How long it takes to organize a team
-Getting everyone on the same page

•Production Blocking
-People not knowing what's going on
-Asking, "what happened last meeting?"

•Social Loafing

The use of formal power and authroity to force others to change through organization – Coercian
What are three of Porter's Competitive Strategies? – differentiation, focus, and cost leadership
Organizational Culture – The collection of shared belief, values, rituals, stories, myths and specialised language that creates a common identity and sense of community

–> "social glue" that binds an organisations members together

Having administrative assistant job candidates perform a set of exercises including taking phone messages, typing reports, scheduling meetings, and filing is an example of a(n) ________.
Specified number of days, then discontinued. Used for controlled substances/antibiotics – One-time orders
software – программное обеспечение
(question regarding IBM) top level – strategy
Information overload – The potential for important information to be
ignored or overlooked while tangential
information receives attention.
self-managing advant/disadvant – -more team like behavior
-not all employees want to manage themselves
Hаving аdministrаtive assistant jоb candidates perfоrm a set оf exercises including taking phone messages, typing reports, scheduling meetings, and filing is an example of a(n) ________.
Behavior Observation Scales (BOSs) – Rating scales that indicate the frequency with which workers perform specific behaviors that are representative of the job dimensions critical to successful job performance
Difference between management and leadership – management provides stability, problem solving, and order
leadership motivates toward vision and change
Organizing – Deciding where decisions will be made, who will do what jobs and tasks, and who will work for whom in the company
pro socially motivated behavior – behavior that is performed to benefit or help others

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