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This is a assignment from the class (Industrial Organization in Manufacturing ) that I am taking. I need it to be 100% your word. I need it to have ZREO plagiarism. need it in 24 hours. The assignment instructions are below:
Review of Chapter 3 entitled “Organizing The High-Technology Enterprise”, pages 40 to 60 in Management of Technology: Managing Effectively in Technology-Intensive Organizations” by Hans J. Thamhain
1) Read the chapter entitled, “Organizing The High Technology Enterprise,” pages 40 to 60.
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Example Review (See Next Page):
MCT 700-301, Human Relations and Leadership in Manufacturing
Dr. G. Minty
Woodward, J. (1982). Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice. (2 Ed.). Oxford: University press.
By Jim McKirahan
February 26, 2007
The aim of the South Essex, England based, 10 yearlong study performed by social scientists was to determine the influence technology, organization, and management all together had on manufacturing-related companies. Surveyed information including company history, background, objectives, and organizational and labor structure, manufacturing processes, methodologies and routines used, and commercial success was gathered for analysis.
……often specialized, planning activities, personnel management issues involving proper fit of personnel to certain organizational functions, and the status of those positions, discernment of activities differentiating manufacturing phases were investigated.
Summary of Important Points
Amongst initial study conclusions made by researchers, it was determined that:
1) Organizational development proceeds technical change and development
2) The type of organization and functions within the organization are tied to the manufacturing technology used in the organization
3) In the technologically advanced companies, organization promoted social ends, defining the roles and relationships of the social system within the organization
4) It was determined that flattened management structures most often accommodated high technical skill, high responsibly manufacturing positions.
My Opinion and Thoughts
There are several things striking things about this book. The first was the thoroughness of the study. Secondly, Woodward explained and illustrated organizational and technical variable analysis, relative to study companies manufacturing technology, quite succinctly in the first six chapters. The information in the case studies, however, was “jagged” and not strung together well…