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1 Teori Organisasi dan Manajemen III Teori Penggerak

2 2015/4/242 Perspektif Humanistik Sebuah Manajemen perspektif yang muncul sekitar akhir abad kesembilan belas yang menekankan pemahaman perilak umanusia, kebutuhan, dan sikap di tempat kerja serta interaksisosial dan proses kelompok.

3 2015/4/243 Three Subfields of Humanistic Perspective The human relations movement The human resources perspective The behavioral sciences approach

4 2015/4/244 The Human Relations Movement Sebuah gerakan dalam pemikiran manajemen dan praktek yangmenekankan kepuasan kebutuhan dasar karyawan danantar- hubungan mereka sebagai kunci untuk meningkatkanproduktivitas pekerja.

5 2015/4/245 Representatives of The Human Relations Movement Hugo Münsterberg ( 1863~1916) Walter Dill Scott (1869~1955) Mary Parker Follett (1868~1933) Elton Mayo (1880~1949) Chester I. Barnard (1886~1961)

6 2015/4/246 Hugo Münsterberg 1863~1916 The Father of Industrial Psychology

7 2015/4/247 Contribution to Industrial Psychology by Hugo Münsterberg Münsterberg wrote the book, ”Psychology and Industrial Efficiency”, which looked at problems with monotony, attention and fatigue, physical and social influences on the working power, the effects of advertising and the future development of economic psychology. He believed that the key to work place efficiency was matching job and worker and that successful matches generated satisfied employees, quality work and high productivity.

8 2015/4/248 Walter Dill Scott 1869~1955 Psychology application on personal selection and advertising.

9 2015/4/249 Mary Parker Follett ( 1868~1933)

10 2015/4/2410 Group Ethics by Mary Parker Follett Follett suggested that organizations function on the principle of power "with" and not power "over." She recognized the holistic nature of community and advanced the idea of "reciprocal relationships" in understanding the dynamic aspects of the individual in relationship to others. Follett advocated the principle of integration, "power sharing." Follett’s ideas on negotiation, power, and employee participation were influential in the development of organizational studies.

11 2015/4/2411 George Elton Mayo 1880~1949

12 2015/4/2412 Hawthorne Studies A series of experiments on worker productivity begun in 1924 Till 1932 at the Hawthorne plant of Western Electric Company in Illinois. The purpose of the original ones was to study the effect of lighting on workers’ productivity. Researchers found that productivity almost always increased after a change in illumination but later returned to normal levels.

13 2015/4/2413 Hawthorne Experiments Illumination Studies Relay assembly experiments Interviewing Experiment Bank wiring room experiments

14 2015/4/2414 Hawthorne Studies 〈 2 〉

15 2015/4/2415 Hawthorne Effect Narrow Definition: a short-term improvement caused by observing worker performance. Broad Definition: people's behavior and performance change following any new or increased attention.


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