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Ch1 OT Management

Perspectives of management vocabulary

Bureaucracy A system of classical management organizational design that promoted highly specialized jobs, a consistent system of rules, hierarchical structure, impersonal superior/subordinate relationships, and excessive red tape
Hawthorne studies Studies conducted to explore the effects of work conditions and environment of productivity. The study suggested that group dynamics and special attention paid to workers had greater effect on productivity than extraneous variables.
Henri Fayol A French industrialist know as the father of modern management. He developed widely used functions and principles of management.
Human relations movement A movement in management in the 1920's that emphasized the human aspects of organizations.
Scientific management Classical system of management attributed to Fredrick W. Taylor that used time and motion studies and the piece rate to improve worker productivity.
Created by: dbarb702