ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES

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ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES by Mind Map: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES

1. Administrative Theories

2. Scientific Theory

2.1. Frederick W. -Taylor 19th and 20th century

2.2. Formed by four active principles

2.2.1. Planning

2.2.2. Control

2.2.3. Implementation

2.2.3.1. The Purpose is industrial efficiency

2.2.4. Preparation

2.3. Apply new methods and techniques to industrial engineering

3. Classical Thoery

3.1. Henry Fayol

3.2. Management guidelines with higher complexity

3.2.1. Planning

3.2.2. Organization

3.2.3. Direction

3.2.4. coordination

3.2.5. Control

3.3. Efficiency in the organization

3.3.1. Division of work

3.3.2. Authority

3.3.3. Responsibility

3.3.4. Control unit

3.3.5. Direction unit

3.3.6. Centralization

3.3.7. Hierarchy

4. Human Relations Theory

4.1. Elton Mayo

4.2. The focus

4.2.1. Motivation

4.2.2. Leadership

4.2.3. Communication

4.2.4. Organization

4.2.5. Group dynamic

4.3. The objective is humanize the administration

4.4. There are incentives

4.4.1. Break time

4.4.2. Medical services

4.5. The result is

4.5.1. Increase in production

4.5.2. Low in person rotation

4.5.3. Few accidents at work

4.5.4. Good motivation to work

4.5.5. Creatividated

4.5.6. Productivity

5. Bureaucratic Theory

5.1. Max Webwer (1864-1920)

5.2. Based on

5.2.1. Planning

5.2.2. Organization

5.2.3. Coordination

5.2.4. Control

5.2.5. The emotions do not interfere in the work

5.3. Authority

5.3.1. Legal guardian

5.3.2. Tradicional

5.3.3. Charismatic person

5.4. Laws and rules

5.4.1. Regular work

5.4.2. Standardize operations and decisions

5.4.3. Serve equality

6. Behavioral Theory

6.1. Helbert Alexander - 1978

6.2. The emphasis is on the Human Being

6.2.1. Human capabilities

6.2.2. Working capacity

6.2.3. Human behaviors

6.2.4. Conflict management

6.3. Healthy work environment

6.3.1. Good motivation to work

6.3.2. Vital work environment

6.3.3. The Authority framed in human relationships

6.3.4. Organization environment

7. Systems Theory

7.1. With the Germany Ludwig Von Bertalanffy- 1950

7.2. Based on decision making

7.2.1. Collective

7.2.2. Individual

7.3. All the areas are integrated to obtain results.

8. Objective Theory

8.1. 20th century - Peter F. Drucker

8.2. Method

8.2.1. Evaluation

8.2.2. Control

8.3. Audit the different areas and their performance

8.3.1. Plantation

8.3.2. Administrative control

8.4. Established of clear objectives in each area

8.4.1. Decentralize the power

9. Theory of Modern Administration

9.1. It is the summation of all theories

9.2. According to variation

9.2.1. situation

9.2.2. Actual Context

9.3. Henry Mintzberg, William Eduards Deming, etc

9.4. According to

9.4.1. Planning

9.4.2. Organization

9.4.3. Operated

9.4.4. Control

9.5. The center is the Customer