Little Book of Big Management Theories And How to Use Them

ISBN-10: 0273785265
ISBN-13: 9780273785262
Edition: 2013
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Description: McGrath explains the best theories and models all managers should know but haven't had time to learn - yet. He covers over 100 of the key management and leadership theories from some of the world's most respected business thinkers.

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List price: $12.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Pearson Education, Limited
Publication date: 11/7/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.40" wide x 8.40" long x 0.80" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

McGrath explains the best theories and models all managers should know but haven't had time to learn - yet. He covers over 100 of the key management and leadership theories from some of the world's most respected business thinkers.

James McGrath has worked for George H.W. Bush since 1991, at the White House, as his postpresidential spokesman, and currently as his speechwriter. Arthur Milnes, a journalist and fellow of the Queen's University Centre for the Study of Democracy, serve

Introduction
How to get the most out of this book
How to manage people
Introduction
Fayol's 14 principles of management
structure and control
Fayol's 14 principles of management
working relationships
Taylor and scientific management
Mayo and the Hawthorn experiments
Urwick's ten principles of management
Drucker on the functions of management
McGregor's X and Y theory
Peters and Waterman's theory of management
Covey's 7 habits of successful people
Management by walking about (MBWA)
A final word on management
How to lead people
Introduction
Trait theory
The Michigan and Ohio basic style theory
Blake and Mouton's managerial grid
Adair's action centred leadership
Fiedler's contingency theory
Hersey and Blanchard's situational leadership
Burn's transactional leadership theory
Dansereau, Graen and Haga leader member exchange theory (LMX)
House and charismatic leadership theory
Burns and transformational leadership
Bass and transformational leadership
Bennis and Nanus and transformational leadership
A final word on leadership
How to motivate staff
Introduction
Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Alderfer's existence, relatedness and growth theory (ERG) theory
McClellands achievement and acquired needs theory
Herzberg's motivation and hygiene theory
Adam's equity theory
Vroom's expectancy theory
The Hackman and Oldham job characteristic model
Ernst's OK Corral model
Berne's theory of transactional analysis
A final word on motivation
How to build and manage teams
Introduction
Belbin's team roles
Maccoby's Gamesman theory
Likert's theory of team management
The Drexler-Sibbet team performance model
Homan's theory of group formation
Tuckman's group development sequence model
Wheelan's integrated model of group development
Locke's goal setting theory
A final word on teams
How to analyse organisational culture
Introduction
Handy's model of organisational culture
Deal and Kennedy's risk and feedback model
Morgan's organisational metaphors
Graves's cultural leadership theory
Schein's three levels of organisational culture
Johnson and Scholes' cultural web
Hofstede's six cross-organisational developments
Hargreaves and Balkanised cultures
A final word on organisational culture
How to lead change
Introduction
The Kubler-Ross coping with change cycle model
Shewart's plan-do-check-act (PDCA) model
Lewin's freeze/unfreeze model
Lewin's force field analysis
Kotter's eight step approach to change
Moss-Kanter and change masters
Burke-Letwin's drivers for change
Egan's shadow side theory
A final word on leading change
Strategic management
Introduction
Johnson and Scholes the seven stages of strategic planning
Ansoff Top down approaches to strategic management (the modernist approach)
Peters and Waterman strategic planning as chaos (the post-modernist approach tostrategic management)
Quinn, Hamdi and Prahaland middle of the road strategic management (the new modernist approach)
The Boston Consulting Group matrix model
The McKinsey 7S framework model
Johnson, Scholes and Wittingham's stakeholder mapping theory
Porter's value chain theory
Porter's five forces theory
SWOT analysis
PEST/PESTLE analysis
Scenario planning
A final word on strategic management
How to manage quality
Introduction
Deming's seven deadly diseases of quality
Juran's quality trilogy
Crosby's maturity grid model
Peters and Waterman's excellence model
Ishikawa cause and effect (fishbone) model
Imai's Kaizan theory
The Benchmarking matrix
The Excellence Model
A final word on quality
How to exercise authority, power and influence
Introduction
Weber's tripartite theory of authority
French and Ravens the five sources of power
Sources of influence
Machiavelli's guide to survival
Ronson's Psychopath's test
A final word on authority, influence power and ethics
The best of the rest. A miscellany of great ideas for managers
Introduction
The Pareto Principle
The Eisenhower's Principle and Covey's time management theory
The Thomas and Kilman's conflict resolution model
Grinder and Bandler'sneuro linguistic programming (NLP)theory
Goleman's theory of emotional intelligence
Boyd's OODA loop
Luft and Ingram's Johari Windows
The McNamara Falacy
SMART targets
A final word on the best of the rest

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