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Four functions of the manager

Planning (what is to be done)
Organization (how it is to be done)
Directing (who is to do it)
Controlling (when and how it is done)

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Traditional Theory of Management

-Highest level of productivity from each worker
-Divides into hierarchies with strong lines of authority and control
-90% of HCO use this theory today

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Behavior Theory (Human Interaction Theory)

-Considers the humanistic side of productivity to maintain stable satisfied work force (labor unions).
- Focuses on the Needs of the employee

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Systems Theory

Considers inputs, transformation of the material, outputs and feedback.
Recognized that pts cant be treated as a number of separate parts

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Autocratic Manager

-Makes most of the decisions alone without input from staff

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Laissez-faire Manager

Permissive, with little direction or control
Allows staff to make decisions

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Democratic Manager

People oriented and emphasized effective group functioning

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Leadership

Behavior that causes others to respond not because they have to but they want to

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Transactional Leadership

focuses on vision, has ability to envision future state and describe it to others so they can see it too.
Holds power and control over followers
-Punishment and reward motivates people

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Interactional Leadership

Focus is on development of trust in the relationship

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Transformational Leadership

Leader and follower work together to change the organization

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Complexity Theory of Leadership

Examines the whole rather than the sum of its parts. "organizations are organic, living systems"

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Situational leadership

Leader attempts to function more closely in the situation being addressed.

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Legitimate Power

Power connected to a position of authority. Individual has power as a result of his/her position. Ex) Charge Nurse

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Reward Power

Linked with Legitimate Power - An individual has the power to provide or withhold rewards.

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Expert Power

Based on specialized knowledge, skills, or abilities that are recognized and respected by others.

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Expert Power

Based on specialized knowledge, skills, or abilities that are recognized and ere

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Leadership Power

Capacity to create order from conflict, contradictions, and chaos.

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Leadership Power

Capacity to create order from conflict, contradictions, and chaos.

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Information Power

Knowledge a person possesses that is needed by others to function effectively - this power is most abused.

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The Baby Boomers

Largest group of nurses working today. Has embraced technology as a method to increase productivity and to have more time

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Generation X

Tend to change jobs frequently. Prefers to work under democratic manager

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Generation Y

Smart and believes education is the key to success. Very diverse group. Not team players, they are in drivers seat

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Generation Now

Have never lived without Internet.

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3 Phases in effective change process

Unfreezing, moving, and refreezing

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Unfreezing Phase

all of the factors that may cause resistance to change are considered.

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Moving Phase

occurs once a group of individuals has been recruited to take on responsibilities for implementing the change.

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Refreezing Phase

occurs when the plan is in place and everyone involved knows what is happening and what to expect. Ex) Make the changes stick, or refreeze.

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Who initiates change and why?

When what you did before is no longer effective
When new regulations are developed by agencies to license the facility
When customers are not happy
We impose change on ourselves