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Brief ContentsPart 1 IntroductionChapter 1HistoryModuleChapter 2Chapter 3Managers and Management in Today’s WorkplaceA Brief History of Management’s RootsThe Management Environment 38Important Managerial Issues 64230Part 2 PlanningChapter 4QuantitativeModuleChapter 5Chapter 6Chapter 7Making Decisions90Quantitative Decision-Making Tools 122Planning and Goal Setting 130Managing Change and Innovation 164Managing Entrepreneurial Ventures 194Part 3 OrganizingChapter 8Chapter 9ProfessionalismModuleChapter 10Organizational Structure and Design 228Managing Human Resources and DiversityProfessionalism and Employability 305Managing Work Groups and Work Teams264310Part 4 LeadingChapter 11Chapter 12Chapter 13Chapter 14Understanding Individual Behavior 340Motivating and Rewarding Employees 376Leadership and Trust 408Managing Organizational and Interpersonal Communication 440Part 5 ControllingChapter 15Controlling Work and Organizational ProcessesOperationsModuleManaging OperationsGlossaryIndex470500519526vA01 ROBB5156 11 SE FM.indd 526/10/18 11:03 AM
ContentsContent highlighted in purple indicates that it is presented via a visual spread.PrefacexivApplying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceInstructor Teaching ResourcesAbout the AuthorsManagement Skill Builder Becoming Politically Adept 23 Experiential Exercise 24 Case Application #1—TrainingBetter Managers . . . Now at Walmart 25 Case Application #2—Who Needs a Boss? 26 CaseApplication #3—Destroying the World 27 Endnotes 28xxiixxivPart 1 IntroductionHistory Module: A Brief History of Management’sRoots 30Chapter 1 M anagers and Managementin Today’s Workplace 2Who Are Managers and Where Do They Work?Early Management5What Three Characteristics Do All Organizations Share?530Classical Approaches 31How Are Managers Different from NonmanagerialEmployees? 6Other Early Twentieth-Century Contributors: A Diversity Perspective 32What Titles Do Managers Have? 6Behavioral ApproachClassic Concepts in Today’s WorkplaceWhat Is Management?Quantitative Approach7Endnotes3 WAYS TO LOOK AT WHAT MANAGERS DOChapter 2 The Management Environment1038What Is the External Environment and WhyIs It Important? 41What Is the Economy Like Today?Making Ethical Decisions in Today’s WorkplaceWhat Role Do Demographics Play?14What Factors Are Reshaping and RedefiningManagement? 15Why Are Customers Important to the Manager’sJob? 16Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace Is It StillManaging When What You’re Managing AreRobots? 16Why Is Innovation Important to the Manager’s Job?17Importance of Social Media to the Manager’s Job17Importance of Sustainability to the Manager’s Job18What Employability Skills Are Critical for Getting andKeeping a Job? 18Wrapping It Up . . . 20Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and Quizzes2241Classic Concepts in Today’s Workplace14Chapter Summary By Learning Outcome Discussion Questions 2335379Is the Manager’s Job Universal? 11Why Study Management?34Contemporary Approaches84 Functions Approach 9Management Roles ApproachSkills and Competencies 11334344How Does the External Environment AffectManagers? 45Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace Can Technology Improve the Way Managers Manage?Making Ethical Decisions in Today’s Workplace 47WHAT IS ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE?Dimensions of Organizational Culture4950How Does Organizational Culture Affect Managers?How Does Culture Affect What Employees Do?How Does Culture Affect What Managers Do?Creating a Customer-Responsive CultureCreating a Sustainability Culture515152What Are Current Issues in Organizational Culture?Creating an Innovative Culture4553535354viA01 ROBB5156 11 SE FM.indd 626/10/18 11:03 AM
Cont ent sCreating an Ethical CultureCreating a Learning Culture55What Common Errors Are Committed in the DecisionMaking Process? 9755Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesChapter Summary by Learning Outcome 56 Questions 56DiscussionApplying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceManagement Skill Builder Understanding C ulture 57 Experiential Exercise 58 Case Application #1—Bad Ride. BumpyRide. 59 Case Application #2—Not Sold Out 60 Case Application #3—Extreme Openness 61 Endnotes 62Chapter 3 Important Managerial Issues64What Is Globalization and How Does It AffectOrganizations? 67What Do Managers Need to Know about Managing in aGlobal Organization? 71Classic Concepts in Today’s Workplace 72What Does Society Expect from Organizationsand Managers? 7475What Is Sustainability and Why Is It Important?76Making Ethical Decisions in Today's Workplace77How Can Managers Encourage Ethical Behavior?78Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace The Ethicsof Data Analytics 79Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesDiscussionManagement Skill Builder Building High Ethical Standards 83 Experiential Exercise 84 Case Application #1—GlobalControl 85 Case Application #2—Serious aboutSustainability? 86 Case Application #3—Flagrant Foul 87 Endnotes 88Planning93What is Relevant in the Decision-Making Process?94How Does the Decision Maker Weight the Criteria andAnalyze Alternatives? 94108How Can You Improve Group Decision Making?108Why Are Creativity and Design Thinking Importantin Decision Making? 110How is big data changing the way managers makedecisions? 112Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesDiscussionApplying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceManagement Skill Builder Being A Creative Decision Maker 115 Experiential Exercise 116 Case Application #1—BigBrown Numbers 117 Case Application #2—The Business ofBaseball 118 Case Application #3—Slicing the Line 119 Endnotes 120Decision Trees 123Break-Even Analysis 124Linear Programming 125Queuing Theory 1279696What is the Last Step in the Decision Process? 97A01 ROBB5156 11 SE FM.indd 7107Making Ethical Decisions in Today's WorkplacePayoff Matrices 12293What Happens in Decision Implementation?When Are Groups Most Effective?Quantitative Module: Quantitative DecisionMaking Tools 122Chapter 4 Making Decisions 90What Determines the Best Choice?106What Are the Advantages and Disadvantagesof Group Decision Making? 107Chapter Summary by Learning Outcome 114 Questions 115Applying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceWhat Defines a Decision Problem?What Decision-Making Conditions Do Managers Face? 106How Does National Culture Affect Managers’ DecisionMaking? 109In What Ways Can Ethics Be Viewed? 78How do Managers Make Decisions?How Are Problems, Types of Decisions, and OrganizationalLevel Integrated? 105What Contemporary Decision-Making IssuesDo Managers Face? 109What Factors Determine Ethical and UnethicalBehavior? 77 How Do Nonprogrammed Decisions Differ fromProgrammed Decisions? 104How Do Groups Make Decisions?How Can Organizations Demonstrate Socially ResponsibleActions? 74Should Organizations Be Socially Involved?103How Does a Manager Make ProgrammedDecisions? 103WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS? 70Part 2Rational Model 99Bounded Rationality 100Classic Concepts in Today’s Workplace 101Intuition and Managerial Decision Making 101Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace Making BetterDecisions With Technology 102How Do Problems Differ?68Chapter Summary by Learning Outcome 82Questions 82WHAT ARE THE 3 APPROACHES MANAGERS CANUSE TO MAKE DECISIONS? 99What Types of Decisions and Decision-Making ConditionsDo Managers Face? 103What Does It Mean to Be “Global”? 68How Do Organizations Go Global?viiEconomic Order Quantity ModelEndnotes12712926/10/18 11:03 AM
viiiC ont en tsChapter 5Planning and Goal Setting130How Do Managers Manage Resistanceto Change? 172What Is Planning and Why Do Managers Need toPlan? 133Why Should Managers Formally Plan?Why Do People Resist Organizational Change?133What Are Some Criticisms of Formal Planning and HowShould Managers Respond? 134Does Formal Planning Improve Organizational Performance? 135136Why Is Strategic Management Important?136What Are the Steps in the Strategic Management Process? 137WHAT STRATEGIES DO MANAGERS USE?WHAT REACTION DO EMPLOYEES HAVETO ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE? 174What Is Stress? 174What Causes Stress? 175What Do Managers Need to Know about Strategic Management? 135What Is Strategic Management?139Corporate Strategy 139Competitive Strategy 140Functional Strategy 140How Can Managers Encourage Innovationin an Organization? 178How Are Creativity and Innovation Related?What’s Involved in Innovation?Making Ethical Decisions in Today’s Workplace143How Do Managers Set Goals and Develop Plans? Helping180Classic Concepts in Today’s WorkplaceMaking Ethical Decisions in Today’s Workplace144146What Types of Plans Do Managers Use and How Do TheyDevelop Those Plans? 147What Contemporary Planning Issues Do ManagersFace? 150How Can Managers Plan Effectively in Dynamic Environments and in Crisis Situations? 151How Can Managers Use Environmental Scanning?152Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace Using Social Media for Environmental Scanning 152Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesChapter Summary by Learning Outcome 154Questions 154 DiscussionApplying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceManagement Skill Builder Being A Good Goal Setter 155 Experiential Exercise 156 Case Application #1—Fast Fashion 157 Case Application #2—Mapping a New Direction 158 Case Application #3—Using Tech to Sell Pizza 159 Endnotes 161What Is Disruptive Innovation?183183Why Is Disruptive Innovation Important?184What Are the Implications of Disruptive Innovation?184Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesChapter Summary by Learning Outcome 186Questions 186 Applying: Getting Ready for the Workplace187DiscussionExperiential Exercise 188 Case Application #1— Defeating the System 189 Case Application #2—TheNext Big Thing 190 Case Application #3—Time toChange? 191 Endnotes 192Chapter 7Managing Entrepreneurial Ventures 194What Is the Context of Entrepreneurship andWhy Is It Important 197What Is Entrepreneurship?197Is Entrepreneurship Different from Self-Employment?Classic Concepts in Today’s WorkplaceWhy Is Entrepreneurship Important?198199Who’s Starting Entrepreneurial Ventures?What Do Entrepreneurs Do?Chapter 6 Managing Change andInnovation 164182What Is Disruptive Innovation and Why Is Managing itSo Important? 183What Types of Goals Do Organizations Have and How DoThey Set Those Goals? 144199200201WHAT HAPPENS IN THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROCESS? 202What Is Change and How Do ManagersDeal with It? 167Why Do Organizations Need to Change?168169How Does Organizational Change Happen?A01 ROBB5156 11 SE FM.indd 8179How Does Design Thinking Influence Innovation?141Classic Concepts in Today’s Workplace179Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace Innovation Flourish 180How Can a Manager Foster Innovation?What Strategic Weapons Do Managers Have?Who Initiates Organizational Change?173What Are Some Techniques for Reducing Resistance toOrganizational Change? 173170169Exploring the Entrepreneurial Context 202Identifying Opportunities and Possible CompetitiveAdvantages 202Starting the Venture 203Managing the Venture HOW? 20326/10/18 11:03 AM
ixCont ent sWhat Social Responsibility and Ethics Issues Face Entrepreneurs? 204What’s Involved in Planning New Ventures?205What Initial Efforts Must Entrepreneurs Make? 205How Should Entrepreneurs Research the Venture’s Feasibility? 206What Planning Do Entrepreneurs Need to Do? 209What Additional Planning Considerations Do EntrepreneursNeed to Address? 210What’s Involved in Organizing an Entrepreneurial Venture? 212What Are the Legal Forms of Organizationfor Entrepreneurial Ventures? 212What Type of Organizational Structure Should Entrepreneurial Ventures Use? 212What Human Resource Management Issues Do Entrepreneurs Face? 214What Type of Personality Characteristics Do EntrepreneursHave? 215How Can Entrepreneurs MotivateEmployees? 216How Can Entrepreneurs Be Leaders? 217217What’s Involved in Controlling an EntrepreneurialVenture? 218How Is Growth Managed? 218How Are Downturns Managed? 218What’s Involved with Exiting the Venture? 219Why Is It Important to Think about Managing PersonalChallenges as an Entrepreneur? 219Knowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesChapter Summary by Learning Outcome 221 DiscussionQuestions 222Applying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceManagement Skill Builder Developing Grit 222 ExperientialExercise 223 Case Application #1—A Restaurant That DoesMore Than Just Feed Customers 224 Case Application #2 —The X Factor 225 Case Application #3—Eyeing the Future 226 Endnotes 227Part 3 OrganizingMechanistic or Organic 241Strategy Structure 241Size Structure 242Technology Structure 242Environment Structure 2422431 What Is Work Specialization?2312 What Is Departmentalization?What Contemporary Organizational Designs Can ManagersUse? 245What Are Today’s Organizational Design Challenges? 249How Do You Keep Employees Connected?3 What Are Authority and Responsibility?238249How Do Global Differences Affect OrganizationalStructure? 249Making Ethical Decisions in Today's WorkplaceHow Do You Build a Learning Organization?249250How Can Managers Design Efficient and Effective FlexibleWork Arrangements? 251Managing Technology in Today’s Workplace Changing World of Work 253 TheKnowing: Getting Ready for Exams and QuizzesChapter Summary by Learning Outcome 255Questions 255 DiscussionApplying: Getting Ready for the WorkplaceManagement Skill Builder Increasing Your Power 256 Experiential Exercise 257 Case Application #1— Turbulence at United Air 258 Case Application #2—Lift Off 259 Case Application #3—A New Kind ofStructure 260 Endnotes 261 Chapter 9 Managing Human Resourcesand Diversity 264What Is the Human Resource Management Processand What Influences It? 267268270How Do Managers Identify and Select Competent Employees? 271Making Ethical Decisions in Today's Workplace 2711 What Is Employment Planning?232244What Traditional Organizational Designs Can ManagersUse? 244Classic Concepts in Today’s WorkplaceWhat Are the Six Key Elements in Organizational Design? 231A01 ROBB5156 11 SE FM.indd 9WHAT CONTINGENCY VARIABLES AFFECTSTRUCTURAL CHOICE? 240What Is the Legal Environment of HRM? Organizational Structureand Design 2284 What Is Span of Control?239What Are Some Common Organizational Designs?What’s Involved in Leading an EntrepreneurialVenture? 215Chapter 86 What Is Formalization?Classic Concepts in Today’s WorkplaceManaging Technology in Today’s Workplace StartupIdeas: Cashing in on Technology 214Making Ethical Decisions in Today's Workplace5 How Do Centralization and DecentralizationDiffer? 2392712A How Do Organizations Recruit Employees? 2732342B How Does a Manager Handle Layoffs? 2743 How Do Managers Select Job Applicants? 27426/10/18 11:03 AM
xC ont ent sHow Are Employees Provided with Needed Skills andKnowledge? 278How Are New Hires Introduced to the Organization?Managing Technology in Today’s Workplaceand Digital HR 279What Is Employee Training?278 SocialPerformance Management System 282Compensating Employees: Pay and Benefits284287287288How Are Organizations and Managers Adaptingto a Changing Workforce? 289What Types of Diversity Are Found in Workplaces?
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