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  • 1. PETER DRUCKER ANALYSISON MANAGEMENT BYOBJECTIVES PRESENTED BY:- FAIZAH BINTI ABDUL AZIZ 2011194677 BA2A
  • 2. Peter F. DruckerAustrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author
  • 3. WHO IS PETER DRUCKER? Peter Ferdinand DruckerNovember 19, 1909 – November 11, 2005 Austrian-born American management consultant, educator, and author - philosophical and practical foundations of the modern business corporationA leader in the development of management educationand invented the concept known as management byobjectives (MBO
  • 4. Management By Objectives Process of defining objectives within an organization so that management and employees agree to the objectives and understand what they need to do in the organization in order to achieve them. The essence of MBO is participative goal setting, choosing course of actions and decision making
  • 5. Features Of Management By Objectives (MBO)Superior and Subordinate Participation Joint Goal-Setting Joint Decision on Methodology Makes Way To Attain Maximum result Support From Superior
  • 6. Steps in MBO Planning Goal SettingReview and ManagerAppraisal of SubordinatePerformance Involvement Matching Implementation Goals and of Plan Resources
  • 7. Advantages of MBO Develops Facilitates Formulation ofresult-oriented objective Dearer Goals philosophy appraisal Acts as Facilitates Raises Motivational Effective Employee Force Planning Morale Facilitates Facilitates Effective Personal Control Leadership
  • 8. Limitations of MBO Time- Problems of LacksConsuming Coordination Durability Reward Develops ProblemsPunishment Conflicting Related to Approach Objective Goal Setting Creates Increases Lack Of OrganizationalPaper Work Appreciation Problems
  • 9. Criticism Towards MBO Dale Krueger – The system is difficult to implement, and thatFlawed and has never been companies often wind up proven to work effectively overemphasizing control, as opposed to fostering creativities, to meet their goals (cont.) By setting productionW. Edwards Deming – A lack target, will encourages theof understanding of systems resources to meet that certainresults in misapplications of target which resulting in poor objectives quality
  • 10. How To Make MBO Effective Acceptance of Training ofSupport From All MBO program by Managers Managers Provision of Allocation of Organizational uninterrupted adequate time Commitment information and resources feedback
  • 11. -conclusion-
  • 12. THANK YOU~