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  1. Stability of Tenure of Personnel
  2. Equity
  3. group network management
  4. Motion Study
  5. Efficiency, according to Barnard, means:
  6. Initiative
  7. Formal organizations
  8. informal organization
  9. Division of Work
  10. Centralization
  11. Administrative management
  12. Remuneration
  13. Effective organizations, according to Barnard, are those that:
  14. Acceptance theory of authority
  15. group interactions
  16. Acceptance theory means, in a nutshell, that
  17. Unity of Direction
  18. administrative school 6 functions of management
  19. Chester Barnard believed that
  20. Fayol's 14 principles of Management
  21. Scalar chain
  22. scientific vs admin management
  23. Order
  24. People-oriented management
  25. Gilbreths
  26. The end result of motion studies helped to increase
  27. Esprit de Corps
  28. Taylor did not focus on
  29. Participative leadership
  30. Subordination of Individual Interests to the General Interest
  31. Henri Fayol
  32. Discipline
  33. Authority
  34. Unity of Command
  1. a the human element.
  2. b states that a manager's authority rests on workers' acceptance of his right to give orders and to expect compliance (respect, discipline, reward)
  3. c Employees should be given the necessary level of freedom to create and carry out plans.
  4. d When employees are specialized, output can increase because they become increasingly skilled and efficient (band members specialization)
  5. e involves including employees in making important company decisions by equally balancing leader and employee power
  6. f provide guidelines for departmental organization and management of staff
  7. g involves managers and employees working together towards common goals like decision-making and problem-solving
  8. h created administrative school of management
  9. i Managers should strive to minimize employee turnover. Personnel planning should be a priority. (turnover)
  10. j occur when there is positive collaboration between employees who are socially attracted to one another, have shared goals and have a unique identity that sets them apart from others in the organization
  11. k how close employees are to the decision-making process. It is important to aim for an appropriate balance (head chef)
  12. l husband-and-wife team whose contributions helped lay the foundational principles of scientific management; associates of Fred Taylor; studied time & motion; tied the idea of worker satisfaction to productivity
  13. m operate under a set of rules and policies designed to carry out the organizational purpose, like meeting financial and production goals
  14. n Managers should be fair to staff at all times, both maintaining discipline when necessary and acting with kindness where appropriate. (discipline and reward)
  15. o the degree to which the organization can satisfy the motives of its employee
  16. p Managers must have the authority to give orders, but they must also keep in mind that with authority comes responsibility (band leader)
  17. q the study of basic movements to perform a job and eliminate unnecessary movements
  18. r the personal contacts and interactions between workers that form into small groups
  19. s Forecasting
    Planning
    Organizing
    Commanding
    Coordinating
    Controlling
  20. t Employee satisfaction depends on fair financial/non-financial compensation for everyone
  21. u meet organizational goals in a timely way
  22. v A clean and safe work environment increases worker satisfaction
  23. w The interests of one employee should not be allowed to become more important than those of the group
  24. x managers only have as much authority as workers will accept
  25. y formal organizations are made up of informal group
  26. z Worker efficiency and productivity
  27. aa Teams with the same objective should be working under the direction of one manager and using one plan (one plan, one supervisor)
  28. ab Employees should have only one direct supervisor.
  29. ac a chain of authority extends from the top to the bottom of the organization and should include every employee (clear defined roles)
  30. ad Discipline must be upheld in organizations (corrective behavior on case-by-case basis)
  31. ae developed out of the desire to establish management as a profession that focused on the organization and operation of a business.
  32. af scientific: best way for individual jobs to be done (parts) vs. administrative: best way to pull all those jobs together and organize a business (sum)
  33. ag French term for morale; principle that organizations should strive to promote team spirit and unity.
  34. ah involves groups of people within the organization with equal power over outcomes.