FC: Scientific Management Theory | Week 3 Synthesis Donna Gerber
1: "The primary task of management is to make people capable of joint performance to make their strengths effective and their weaknesses irrelevant." (Gordon Lecture) | All organizations need some form of management. When a management style: meets the needs of the organization, accomplishes the goals of the organization, and promotes the value of the employees and their input, a productive, creative, and successful work environment is the result.
2: Scientific Management | efficiency | speed | increased productivity | mass produced | division of labor | merit pay
3: Administrative Management | Authority | Bureaucracy | Rules | Creativity | -------------
4: Is this how to prepare students
5: for the 21st century?
6: What should educational management | look like now?
7: Total Quality Management | Continuous improvement process | Motivating and rewarding workplace | Strong and consistent leadership
8: Communication is key | especially for the SLMS.
9: Communication needs to flow both ways for maximum impact. | LIBRARIAN | Principal | Teachers | Parents | Public Library | Students | Community
10: The 21st Century model of a library | Classical/Scientific for efficiency of operations for evidence-based practice | TQM for a team approach for recognition of work for continuous improvement
11: needs to integrate the best of all theories. | Administrative for accountability for performance
12: What do we think? Click on the box for your name and add three words or phrases about the type of management you like. | Lindsay Collaborative Friendly and Approachable Always Improving | Jennette Open-minded Positive Forward- Thinking | Doug
13: Lisa Collaborative Proactive Flexible | Jennifer Accountable Flexible Visionary | Michelle | Tara
14: Donna -continuous improvement -collaborative environment -learning centered | Aliya *Total Quality Mgmt *collaborations *communication | Linda ~ open communication ~ collaboration ~ accountability
15: Amanda *Collaborative *open door policy *Fair | Carol -shared decision-making -shared responsibility -shared accountability
16: We must carefully examine the places that we work or that we want to work.
17: We must use our knowledge of management and leadership to impact student learning!