15 July 2011

Management: Science, Theory, and Practice

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Chapter 1 on Engineering Management
Professor: Engr. Chiqui Tan
Reference: Management: A Global and Entrepreneurial Perspective by Weihrich, Cannice, and Koontz

I. Frederick Winslow Taylor
II. Objectives
III. Definition of Management: Its Nature and Purpose
IV. The Functions of Management
V. The External Environment
VI. Enterprise
VII. Managerial Functions at Different Organizational Levels
VIII. Time Spent in Carrying Out Managerial Functions
IX. Managerial Skills and the Organizational Hierarchy w/ Activity
X. Skills and Management Levels
XI. The Goals of All Managers and Organizations
XII. Characteristics of Excellent Companies (Peters & Waterman)
XIII. Top 10 Companies in the Phillipines (2009)
XIV. The Most Admired Companies in America listed in Fortune's 2006
XV. Adapting to Changes in the 21st Century

XVI. Entrepreneurship
XVII. Five Fast Growing Technology Companies in America, 2006
XVIII. Homework
XIX. Productivity
XX. Definitions of Effectiveness and Efficiency
XXI. Managing: Science or Art?
XXII. The Evolution of Management Thought & Patterns of Management Analysis
XXIII. Taylor's Principles of Scientific Management
XXIV. Fayol, the Father of Modern Management Theory
XXV. Elton Mayo and F. Roethlisberger and the Hawthorne Studies
XXVI. Recent Contributors to Management Thought
XXVII. The Managerial Roles Approach (Mintzberg)
XXVIII. Patterns of Management Analysis: A Management Theory Jungle?
XXIX. The Management Process, or Operational Approach
XXX. A Basic Input-Output Model
XXXI. The Five Managerial Functions
XXXII. Definition of Planning
XXXIII. Definition of Organizing
XXXIV. Definition of Staffing
XXXV. Definition of Leading
XXXVI. Definition of Controlling
XXXVII. The Systems Model of Management and Organization of This Book
XXXVIII. Systems Approach to Management
XXXIX. Key Ideas and Concepts for Review

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