BUS-110-M1D Week 6 Chapter 14 Terms
BUS-110-M1D Week 6 Chapter 14 Terms BUS-110-M1D
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Date Created: 09/16/16
autocratic leaders: self-absorbed who make all decisions themselves conceptual skills: seeing a big picture along with all of its parts within a competitive environment contingency planning: being prepared for the unexpected; expect the unexpected controlling: overseeing an operation and making changes democratic leaders: United States; people have a say-so equity theory: direct relationship of fairness and worker motivation expectancy theory: individual effort, performance, and reward, as well as their relationships free-rein leaders: followers are given their objectives from their leaders but get to decide how to accomplish the objectives human skills: working well with others in a number of situations leading: telling people what to do and how to do it to achieve goals management: plan, organize, lead, and control to achieve goals within an organization Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory: needs that need to met organized within a pyramid mission: the purpose or goals of an organization organizing: structure for individuals and organizations planning: goals and action plans that describe how to achieve a goal strategic goals: measuring performance in key areas by managers strategic planning: making a detailed plan for future goals technical skills: specializing in a certain department Theory X and Theory Y: attitude of managers toward employees that are divided into two categories