Organization and Management Plan FS Section 3

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This lesson for the Mid Term of First Semester is a 1.5 hour class activity of lecture and workshop intended for college students taking the Feasibility Study Part I Initial Planning for a five year intent of implementation.

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Organization and Management Plan FS Section 3

  1. 1. Objectives  Know the various definitions of organization and relate these concepts to management  Identify the theories of organization or scientific management that are applicable to your firm  Discuss the types and forms of organization you would like your firm to be in the future  Conceptualize your processes and steps involved  Draw your own organizational framework and concepts  Write discussion on your concepts and framework
  2. 2. Concept in Processes and steps This concept shows the steps in the processes of the Technical Plan presented in the next slide. This is presented here to show you how a Critical Path Method (CPM)could be used in evaluating the time frame for the steps involve in the production of goods or services that cover procurement, production, packaging and distribution of the goods produced for the end users.
  3. 3. Framework in Organization Owner Worker Worker Worker Cashier
  4. 4. Definitions of Organization  A mechanism by which administration directs, coordinates and controls its business (Jose P. Leveriza)  It seeks to know who is to do what is to be done(John F. Mee)  A good executive maybe able to secure good results with poor a organization  A good organization may produce results from a poor executive  It is a social for with 4 characteristics: set of individuals in an office; individual responsibility for definite task; an organizational goal; stable system of coordinative system and relationship (Robert Weiss)  Structure of rules filled of humans (Alvin Toffer)
  5. 5. Theory of Organization  Theory is a mere hypothesis, conjecture, individual view  Example:  Machine Model by Frederick W. Taylor(peculiarities of division of labor and specialization; unity of command and centralization of decision making; One-way authority; Narrow span of Control; functionalization as a system of organization
  6. 6. Theories of Organization  Bureaucracy by Max Weber with division of labor specified spheres of competence legitimized as official duties; hierarchical arrangements of offices; rules for carrying out the work to be applied uniformity to individual cases; impersonality-the official is subject to an impersonal order and established norms of conduct and acts objectively in his contacts with individuals inside and outside the organization; Officials are selected on the basis of competence and not on irrelevant considerations
  7. 7. Theories of Organization  Man Centered organization by Robert T. Golombiewski- moral sensitivity can be associated by satisfactory output and employees satisfaction  Work must be psychologically acceptable  Must allow man to develop his faculties  Must allow individual considerable room for self determination  Must have possibility of controlling in meaningful way  Organization should not be sole and final arbiter of behavior
  8. 8. Theories of Organization  Democratic form by Warren G. Bennis base arguments or pragmatic grounds characterized by:  Full and free communication regardless of rank and power  Reliance on Consensus rather than customary forms of coercion to manage conflict  Idea that influence is based on technical competence and knowledge rather than on vagaries on personal whims or prerogatives of power
  9. 9. Types and Forms of Organization  Line Organization  Staff Organization  Line and Staff organization  Concept of Functionalization  The Committee Organization  Single Proprietorship  Partnership Corporation
  10. 10. References  Business Policy in an Asian Context by Emanuel V. Soriano and Lee C. Nert (1990)  DTI Business Plan Guide Training Module  How to Develop Project feasibility Studies by the Development Academy of the Philippines  Public Administration, The Business of the Government by Jose P. Leveriza  Production Management byEsdras T. Martinez  Marketing Mix by Josiah Go
  11. 11. THANK YOU PLEASE ENCODE YOUR ASSIGNMENT AND SUBMIT TO MY E MAIL ADDRESS: atiram40@yahoo.com

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