Decision theory approach in management
Important Management Movements:
Administrative and Scientific Management Movement
The Behavioral Management Movement
The Contemporary Movement
The Entrepreneurial Movement
Administrative and Scientific Management Movement(1850-1945)
• It did not focus on improving employee working conditions. Unions emerged during this period.
– increasing efficiency and effectiveness in the way work designed and accomplished
– giving management, rather than workers, control over planning and coordinating work
– instituting pay structures and incentive systems
– ensuring mandatory employee obedience and company loyalty (I.e., the interest of the employees or work groups should not supersede the organization’s objectives)
– motivating employees primarily through monetary rewards
– creating division of work and job specialization(I.e., breaking jobs down to small units of work
Behavioral Management Movement(1930s to mid-1970s)
• The behavioral management movement focused on the employee as well as on management.
• Major Contributions
• Improving the management of human resources in the areas of employee selection, employee counseling, employee compensation, and incentives, work group behavior, organizational communication, human relations, employee job satisfaction and productivity, working conditions, employee morale, job enrichment and managerial leadership.
• Management should make employees feel important.
• Human resource theory, total quality management(TQM), contingency theory emerged during this period.
Contemporary Management Movement (1970s-1990s)
• Contemporary movement focuses on developing theories that shapers of the administrative and scientific and behavioral management movements either excluded, only lightly touched on, or were not aware of when developing their concepts.
• The contemporary management movement based on contributions of systems theory, decision theory, human resource theory, contingency theory, total quality management, and open book management.
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