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History of management: Textbook for students vuzov.- M .: Academic Project, 2002.- 560 p. (Series «Gaudeamus»)

The book covers the history of the world of management science from ancient times to the present day. The author deals with the problems of the ancient management, managerial revolutions, Machiavelli's concept of leadership, and the classical school of management in connection with it - the views of Frederick Taylor, Max Weber, Henri Fayol, as well as the views of representatives of the school of "human relations", including motivation theory and (or ) leadership Elton Mayo, Frederick Herzberg, and Douglas McGregor et al.
Problems motivations of entrepreneurs, strategic management, quality management and other concepts of modern management.
The book is addressed to students of economic and sociological specialties, teachers and graduate students, as well as all those interested in management issues.

Moscow
Academic Project
2002

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
AUTHOR 3
CHAPTER 1 HISTORICAL meaning of the term "management" 8
ANTIQUE demagogues 8
Despot - unlimited power 8
Selfish FINDER 9 RATINGS
Teachers and tutors 9
OWNER AND MANAGER 10
Dressage Art 10
MOTIVATION voluntary submission 11
INVISIBLE SUCCESS FACTORS 12
MANAGER - wage earners 12
Errand boy? 12
CHAPTER 2 MANAGEMENT OF THE REVOLUTION 14
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REVOLUTION 14
Business relationships and written 14
TWO MANAGEMENT REVOLUTION 15
THREE managerial revolution 15
FOURTH MANAGEMENT REVOLUTION 16
Professionalization MANAGER 17
PRACTICE MANAGER 17
CORPORATE MANAGEMENT 18
FIVE MANAGEMENT REVOLUTION 18
DISPLACEMENT capitalists 19
ORIGIN THEORY Manager REVOLUTION 19
STRENGTHENING THE RULE OF BUREAUCRACY AND 20
Manager as social class 20
DIVISION ownership and control 21
MANAGEMENT PAPER 21
THERE COMES A NEW MANAGEMENT REVOLUTION? 22
MANAGERIAL REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA 23
A specific example of January 26
A specific example of February 27
CHAPTER 3 ANTIQUITY: Limbo CIVILIZED MANAGEMENT 29
KIBERNETIKA- ARTS MANAGEMENT 29
OYKONOMIYA- economic management 30
MOST profitable business 31
BEAUTIFUL AND MANAGEMENT 31
CIVILIZATION venture firms 32
Philosophers ENTREPRENEURS 33
CIVILIZATION cultural market 34
Participative Management of the ancient Greeks 35
Machiavelli CHAPTER 4: POWER AND TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP 36
Herald EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT 36
HISTORIC PERSON AGE 36
PASSION FOR ACQUISITION AND FEAR TO LOSE 37
Winners are not judged 38
Will to Power 38
FREEDOM - just a desire not to be oppressed 39
CROWD GOES FOR apparent success 39
FEAR AND LOVE 40
HONEST wrong more often 40
HEAD MUST NOT BE GENEROUS 41
It is useful to keep at bay 41
Be generous - it means to be dependent 42
GRADUALLY to reward, punish IMMEDIATELY 42
QUALITY AND PROPERTIES OF LION FOX 43
GIVES RISE TO ENVY ENEMIES, assertive - SUPPORTERS OF 43
PERSONALITY AND faceless 44
Principle of Relativity 44
Relativity and the principle of differentiation of 45
Circuit 45 forms of governance
Decision-making principles 46
VALUE OF IDEAS Machiavelli 46
CHAPTER 5 The founders of scientific MANAGEMENT 48
Development of theoretical views 48
SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND 49
MANCHESTER- Management Center 49
Pleiades great English 50
EXPERIMENT Bolton and Watt 50
R. OUEN- pragmatism and utopians 51
EXPERIMENT IN NEW LENARKE 52
CRASH Owen Socialists 52
CAUSES Rise and Fall 52
VALUE OF IDEAS R. Owen 54
PREPARATORY STAGE 54
FOLLOWERS "EARLY manager" 55
Chapter 6, "scientific management" 57
MANAGEMENT CENTER MOVES TO AMERICA 57
OLD FACTORY SYSTEM 58
PHILADELPHIA - NEW CENTER MANAGEMENT 59
Society of Mechanical Engineers 60
BIOGRAPHY F.TEYDORA 60
Leader of the "scientific management" 61
F. DZHILBRETT 62
Specific example 1 63
Specific example 2 64
CHAPTER 7 classical geometry LABOUR 75
Laws and principles of scientific organization of labor 75
DIFFERENTIAL PAYMENT SYSTEM 79
DRESSING OR EASIER WORK? 81
Timing and distribution of work 82
Specific Example 83
CHAPTER 8 MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL ... .............................................................................. 98
PROGRAM "reaches operating" 99
SAMPLE - school class 100
CREATE A WARRANTY FOR BEST 100
Work should DEFY 101
MOTIVATION, ASSESSMENT AND PROMOTION 102
PROGRAM "LEADER reaches" 103
FUNCTIONAL ADMINISTRATION 104
Social Monitor 105
PROCESS interpersonal communication 106
MANAGEMENT STYLE 106
DISCIPLINARY SYSTEM 107
A specific example 108
CHAPTER 9 restrictionism and "Work lukewarm" 110
"WORK lukewarm" 110
Who benefits "average? 112
Restrictionism to "Ayvaz" 115
Cultural features 118
RESEARCH AF Zhurav

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