The Principles Of Effective Management

1186 WordsMar 1, 20155 Pages
Principles of Effective Management Similar to the previous concepts and components of organizational structure, the principles of effective management have progressed since early management theories into many approaches that both share similar characteristics and vary in many ways. One of the most significant changes from early approaches can be attributed to the total quality management theory (TQM) developed by W. Edward Deming, which emphasized the idea of continuous improvements in every aspect of an organization (CSU Global, 2015). Notions such as the adoption of new philosophies, supervisor assistance, and the elimination of boundaries and numerical standards are all attributes stemming from the TQM approach that remains alive in many organizations today (CSU Global, 2015). However, there remains components of the TQM system that do not apply to every management approach but are useful in the examination into the similarities and differences between the many management theories. Modern adoptions of the principles founded in the scientific and bureaucratic management approaches still exist and can be found in companies with simple and defined processes that rely heavily on quantifiable data while retaining low problem-solving requirements. An example of such an adoption would be an organization that utilizes a business-process approach to management that exploits components such as internal business processes and metrics created by people in leadership positions in
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