Management: tasks, responsibilities, practices [by] Peter F. Drucker.

By: Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005Publication details: New York, Harper & Row [1974]Edition: [1st ed.]Description: xvi, 839 p. 24 cmISBN: 0060110929Subject(s): ManagementDDC classification: 658.4 LOC classification: HD31 | .D773 1974
Contents:
The alternative to tyranny -- The emergence of management -- The management boom and its lessons -- The new challenges -- The dimensions of management -- Managing a business : the Sears story -- What is a business? -- Business purpose and business mission -- The power and purpose of objectives : the Marks & Spencer story and its lessons -- Strategies, objectives, priorities, and work assignments -- Strategic planning : the entrepreneurial skill -- The multi-institutional society -- Why service institutions do not perform -- The exceptions and their lessons -- Managing service institutions for performance -- The new realities -- What we know (and don't know) about work, working, and worker -- Making work productive : work and process -- Making work productive : controls and tools -- Worker and working : theories and reality -- Success stories : Japan, Zeiss, IBM -- The responsible worker -- Employment, incomes, and benefits -- "People are our greatest asset" --
Management and the quality of life -- Social impacts and social problems -- The limits of social responsibility -- Business and government -- Primum non nocere : the ethics of responsibility -- Why managers? -- What makes a manager? -- The manager and his work -- Design and content of managerial jobs -- Developing management and managers -- Management by objectives and self-control -- From middle management to knowledge organization -- The spirit of performance -- The effective decision -- Managerial communications -- Controls, control, and management -- The manager and the management sciences -- New needs and new approaches -- The building blocks of organization... -- ...And how they join together -- Design logics and design specifications -- Work- and task-focused design : functional structure and team -- Result-focused design : federal and simulated decentralization -- Relations-focused design : the systems structure -- Organization conclusions --
Georg Siemens and the Deutsche bank -- Top-management tasks -- Top-management structure -- Needed : an effective board -- On being the right size -- Managing the small, the fair-sized, the big business -- On being the wrong size -- The pressures for diversity -- Building unity out of diversity -- Managing diversity -- The multinational corporation -- Managing growth -- The innovative organization -- Conclusion : the legitimacy of management.
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Bibliography: p. 813-818.

The alternative to tyranny -- The emergence of management -- The management boom and its lessons -- The new challenges -- The dimensions of management -- Managing a business : the Sears story -- What is a business? -- Business purpose and business mission -- The power and purpose of objectives : the Marks & Spencer story and its lessons -- Strategies, objectives, priorities, and work assignments -- Strategic planning : the entrepreneurial skill -- The multi-institutional society -- Why service institutions do not perform -- The exceptions and their lessons -- Managing service institutions for performance -- The new realities -- What we know (and don't know) about work, working, and worker -- Making work productive : work and process -- Making work productive : controls and tools -- Worker and working : theories and reality -- Success stories : Japan, Zeiss, IBM -- The responsible worker -- Employment, incomes, and benefits -- "People are our greatest asset" --

Management and the quality of life -- Social impacts and social problems -- The limits of social responsibility -- Business and government -- Primum non nocere : the ethics of responsibility -- Why managers? -- What makes a manager? -- The manager and his work -- Design and content of managerial jobs -- Developing management and managers -- Management by objectives and self-control -- From middle management to knowledge organization -- The spirit of performance -- The effective decision -- Managerial communications -- Controls, control, and management -- The manager and the management sciences -- New needs and new approaches -- The building blocks of organization... -- ...And how they join together -- Design logics and design specifications -- Work- and task-focused design : functional structure and team -- Result-focused design : federal and simulated decentralization -- Relations-focused design : the systems structure -- Organization conclusions --

Georg Siemens and the Deutsche bank -- Top-management tasks -- Top-management structure -- Needed : an effective board -- On being the right size -- Managing the small, the fair-sized, the big business -- On being the wrong size -- The pressures for diversity -- Building unity out of diversity -- Managing diversity -- The multinational corporation -- Managing growth -- The innovative organization -- Conclusion : the legitimacy of management.