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Introduction to Management - Weeks 1-7

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Organizational theory Structure Business Economy Human resource management Management Industrial and organizational psychology Social information processing Organizing Organizational structure Diversity Telecommuting
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Organizational theory Structure Business Economy Human resource management Management Industrial and organizational psychology Social information processing Organizing Organizational structure Diversity Telecommuting
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• Ambiguous Today’s environment ➢ Management’s pervasive( 普遍的) influence on diverse aspects of modern life ➢ Changing nature of modern societies • Increasingly risk and crisis-prone • Affluence (富裕)(increasing the level of affluence) ♦ Pre-occupation with materialism and acquisition of property ♦ Keeping up with the Jones (we want to have what we neighbor have / balance time and money) • Strength of attachment to capitalist value (we want high level of profit, drive down cost) Working in today’s economy ➢ Networked economy - Increasing influence of the internet and developments in IT ➢ Global economy - Increasing interdependence of national economies ➢ Performance-driven - Organizations expected to continuously excel on performance criteria ➢ Individuals - No guarantees of long-term employment - Need for personal initiative and discipl...
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