Theories of Leadership and Management - Exam 1

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Theories of Leadership and Management - Exam 1


 
  
Created Sep 15, 2009
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Evolution of Management Theory
 
Fayol identified management functions, Gulick expanded them.  Now there are 5 POSDC - planning,...
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Taylor
 
1900-1930 Scientific managementIf we were taught the one best way to do the job we would be...
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Weber
 
what makes some workers more efficient than others? He decided that workers needed a hierarchyNeed...
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Fayol 
 
1925 Management Functions like:PlanningOrganizingStaffingDirectingControlling
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Gulick
 
Activities Management- 7 things- plan, budget, etc 
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Follett
 
Managers should not dominate but work as a team
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Mayo
 
Hawthorn Effect- effects of lightThe more attn given to employees = inc productivityinformal...
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McGregor
 
Theory X and Theory Yattitudes toward employees determines productivityX managers think employees...
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Argyris
 
Employee Participation- agreed the manager domination causes worker frustrationThey need self...
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Great Man Theory
 
Some people are born with special traits/ qualities that make them good leaders
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Human Relations Era
 
1930-1970 considered the worker
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Behavioral Theories
 
Styles of Leadership were defined - laissez-faire, democratic, authoritarian 
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Situational Theory
 
Leaders change their leadership style according to a situation
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Transactional Leadership
 
focuses on mgmt tasks (day to day)is a caretaker- gives directions/ set goalsuses trade-offs...
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Transformational Leadership
 
identifies common values-gets to know employees and common valuesis committed to profession...
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Interactional theory
 
Leadership behavior is determined by the relationship between leader's personality and the...
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Servant Leadership
 
Greenleaf - 1977 - must serve employees, customers, etc
Howatson- Jones - 2004 - serve the...
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Leadership Styles:Laissez- faire
 
Permissive with little to no control, little or no direction, upward communication, upward...
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Leadership Styles:Autocratic
 
strong control over workers, communication flows downward, decisions made by leader, difference...
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Leadership Styles: Democratic 
 
Leader has less control, $ rewards used to motivate, others directed through direction and...
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Principle Agent Theory 
 
Not all followers and motivated to act in accord with leadersFollowers may have informational...
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Human  and Social Capital Theory
 
Human capital represents the capability of the individualSocial capital represents what the...
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Emotional Intelligence
 
Ability to use emotions effectively and are critical to accomplish goalsnecessary to be successful...
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Authentic Leadership
 
Leaders must be true to themselves and their valuesWilliams Transparent Integrity---willingness...
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Thought Leadership
 
Leaders with innovative ideas, confidence to promote those ideasConvince others to look at...
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Quantum Leadership 
 
the environment and work context is complex and dynamicLeaders must work with followers work...
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Cultural Bridging
 
Leader helps integrate diverse employees into work groupLeader must appreciate both ethic and...
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Which theory did Weber develop?
 
Bureaucratic functions
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T/F Team Building is an aspect of the staffing function of management
 
True
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What is the definition of transparent integrity?
 
standing by one's values in the face of pressure
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T/F Thought leaders attract followers by the promise of representation or empowerment.
 
False--- new innovations
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The Management Process
 
1. planning- determine goals, rules, objectives, carrying out projects2. organizing - est....


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