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Chapter 3 notes, with the blanks

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Chapter 3 notes, with the blanks MNGT 3810

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Chapter 3 notes leading up to the midterm, and any extra material covered in class.
Management Foundations
Christine Newman
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Date Created: 02/28/16
Chapter 3 Integrative Managerial Issues Part I: Introduction3-1 Learning Outcomes •Explain globalization and its impact on organizations. •Discuss how society’s expectations are influencing managers and organizations. Part I: Introduction 3-2 Learning Outcomes (cont.) •Discuss the factors that lead to ethical and unethical behavior in organizations. •Describe how the workforce is changing and its impact on the way organizations are managed. Part I: Introduction 3-3 Globalization and its Impact ______________________ a boundaryless world where goods and services are produced and marketed worldwide. Part I: Introduction 3-4 What Does it Mean to Be “Global”? •Exchanging goods and services with consumers in other ___________. •Using managerial and employee talent from other countries. •Using ___________ sources and resources outside home country. Part I: Introduction 3-5 Types of Global Organizations •MNC (multinational corporation) •Multidomestic corporation •______________________ •Global corporation Part I: Introduction 3-6 How Do Organizations Go Global? Part I: Introduction 3-7 Managing in a Global Organization • A person with a ___________ attitude cannot succeed in today’s world. Part I: Introduction 3-8 Hofstede’s Framework Part I: Introduction 3-9 GLOBE Findings • • Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness (GLOBE) Part I: Introduction 3-10 GLOBE: 9 Dimensions of Cultural Difference • 6. Individualism/ • 1. Assertiveness Collectivism • 2. Future orientation • 7. In-group collectivism • 3. Gender • 8. Performance differentiation orientation • 4. Uncertainty avoidance • 9. Humane • 5. Power distance orientation Part I: Introduction 3-11 Society’s Expectations Part I: Introduction 3-12 Social Responsibility •_________________________________ (CSR) •Social obligations •Social ______________________ Part I: Introduction 3-13 Should Organizations be Socially Involved? Part I: Introduction 3-14 Does Social Involvement Affect Economic Performance? •Positive? •Negative? •Neutral? Part I: Introduction 3-15 Sustainability Part I: Introduction 3-16 Sustainability Means Different Things to Different People • Meeting the needs of people today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. • A company’s ability to achieve its business goals and increase long -term shareholder value by integrating economic, environmental, and social opportunities into its business strategies. Part I: Introduction 3-17 Ethical Behavior • ___________: a set of rules or principles that defines right and wrong conduct Part I: Introduction 3-18 Different Views of Ethics • ___________ view of ethics • Rights view of ethics • Theory of ___________ view of ethics Part I: Introduction 3-19 Factors Determining Ethical Behavior • Morality • Values • ___________ • Experience • ______________________ culture • Issue being faced Part I: Introduction 3-20 Encouraging Ethical Behavior • Code of ethics • ______________________ • Ethicstraining Part I: Introduction 3-21 Ethical Leadership • Part I: Introduction 3-22 Ethics Training Can ethics be taught? • Critics: value systems learned in ___________. • Proponents: ethical problem solving increases ethical behavior, moral development, awareness. Part I: Introduction 3-23 The Changing Workforce • ___________ is visible in age, gender, race, physical attributes, styles of dress, and personality type. Part I: Introduction 3-24 Workplace Diversity • Workforce diversity • the ways in which people in an organization are both different from and similar to___________. Part I: Introduction 3-25 Types of Diversity Part I: Introduction 3-26 Adapting to a Changing Workforce •______________________ balance programs •Contingent workforce •Generational differences Part I: Introduction 3-27


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