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Chapter 7 Discussion Questions Due December 19, 2011

1.Define the management functions of quality improvement and controlling

2.Introduce the concept of six sigma strategies and describe its place in the management process.

3.Introduce the concept of benchmarking and describe its place in the management process
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Management Principal for Health Professionals
Chapter3, Discussion Yarmi Mendez

1) As management is defined like the process of getting thing done through and with people, their function has been separate and classified
The first of these functions is Planning. It is deciding in advance what, who and how to do. Is a gap from where we are and where we want to be? Planning process is the first step to set goals.
The second of these function is Decision Making. It is essential element of management activity, which involves the use of staff, resources to choice alternatives in function of the best outcomes of the organization.
The third function is Organizing. It is the process to bring together physical, financial and human resources to developing a product or service.
The fourth function is Staffing. The main purpose is put right man in right job.
The fifth function is Directing or Actuating. It is use to achieve organization purpose. It deal with influencing, guiding, supervising, motivating to reach the goal.
The sixth and last function is Controlling. The purpose is to ensure than every thing occurs in conformities with standard

2) Management has evolved and changed considerably over a period of time. It has continuously adopted new theories and practices and replaced old ones, to make management activity increasingly efficient that why modern manager benefit from the experience of their predecessors. The process or phases of management are:
Scientific Management. It describes how the application of the scientific method to management to workers could improve productivity. It emphasized in work rather than workers.
The Behavioralist and the Human Relation Approach. It study and application of knowledge about how people, individual and group act in the organization. It emphasize in workers.
Structuralism. It gives especial attention to line and staff relationship, authority structure decision-making process.
Management Process School. It can help foster an improved school culture and higher-quality decisions.
Quantitative or Operations Research Approach. It combines 3 areas: research, design and statistics program for the evaluation of workers and applied measurement
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Answers for Chapter 3 Patricia Conner

1. The manager's basic function is carry out specific activities such as organization , achieving the goal, planning, organizing, actuating or motivating, and controlling. They operate this cycle in an organized and systematic manor within the process of managing.
Planning- establishment of goals, and analyzing and determining the existing situation and the desired future state or goals.
Decision making- part of the planning process. a commitment to one or several decisions and alternatives have to be made.
Organizing- the design of a pattern of the roles and duties and the relationships of these patterns to build on and reach the goals. Duties are assigned , authority is established and the responsibility is for each task is defined. Organizational charts can be used to show the work flow.
Staffing- how many employees are defined by the work load. Time for the orientation of the employees must be factored in the staffing needs as well as training and monitoring.
Directing or actuating- this is a provision for leadership and guidance so the employees remain goal oriented. The manager is a guide to teaching, coaching, and motivation.
Controlling- the manager must check what is being done and what is accomplished by each employee and group. Performances must be assessed to make sure that each employee is on board to accomplishing the goals or the organization and if not corrections must be made. All the steps must be documented.

2. The major phases of management are carried out in different approaches. Basically the flow chart is followed outlining the achievement of the objectives: planning, organizing, actuating/motivating, and controlling. The different methods are as follows:
Scientific management- this is effective for assembly line work and productivity type work. " A fair day's work ". It incorporates modern industrial practices of standardization of parts, uniformity of work methods and the assembly line operation.
Behavioralists and Human Relations Approach- this focuses on the employee. The behavioralists focus is on the worker and the minimal amount of stress for them. It emphasizes the emotional and psychological needs and stress the dynamics of the group , the psychological and sociological. This is a human relations approach.
Structuralism- work is done in certain patterns and roles are based on authority. Attention is given to line and staff relationships, the authority structure, the decision making processes and the total effect to the organization.
Quantitative or Operations Research approach- this is problem solving with use of statistics. Mathematical models are often used. This system relies in statistical analysis as the main approach to the analysis of the organizations performance.
Systems Approach- this is a systematic approach that follows a basic outline set up to relate to the structure of the organization. The focus is on work, human relations and behavior of the employee and manager relationship, structure of the design of the organization, the manager process theory and the focus on the functions of the manager. This system focuses on the facility or organization as a whole not as a part or parts to be combined. Internal and external components are combined and the employees work process taken into consideration and the entire environment of the organization.
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chapter 3 discussion
Cheily Chiu
1.
Basic functions
*planning:the establishment of goals
*Decision Making:a part of the planning process
*Organizing:Job discription
*Staffing:determination of personnel
*Directing or Actuating:Leadership
*Controlling:The determination of what is being accomplished




2. Scientificmanagement:Modern industrial practices
*the behavoralists:emphasized to work rather than the worker
*Organizational: patterns,structure or framework
*management process:various fuctions that mangers perform
*quantitative:decision making with aid of mathmathical models/statistical inference
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Chapter 8 Discussion Board
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1. Describe the typical content of each of the following documents:
Strategic Plan
Annual Report
Project Proposal
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Chapter 9 Discussion Questions
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1. Differentiate among committees, standing as well as ad hoc, and plural executives and task forces.
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Chapter 10 Discussion Questions
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1. Introduce the theories that address present day employee motivation and provide the manager with insight into motivating employees
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1. Planning: is the process of deciding in the present. What to do to bring an outcome in the future. Planning involves determining appropriate goals and deciding on the means to achieve them. In planning, the manager contemplates the state of affairs desire for the future in light of what is known or can be inferred about the future. Any time you look ahead and consider what to do for the future, in which we are planning.

2. Philosophy: the logical analysis of principal and conduct.

Goals: The common vision and sense of mission embodied in the statement of purpose or underlying philosophy.

Objective: Are tangible, concrete plans and are usually stated in terms of results to be achieved

Functional Objectives: is a statement that refines a general objective in terms of specific services to be provided, type of output, quantity and/or specific output, Frequency and/or specific of output, accuracy, priorities.

Policy: are guides to thought and action by which mangers seek to delineate the areas within which decision will be made and subsequent actions taken.

Procedures: Is a guide of action, task given in chronological order that constitutes prescribed manners of performing the work.

Method: The way in which each step and procedures is to be performed is a method.

Rules: The most direct plan is a rule. A rule delineates a required or prohibited course of action.


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Chapter 5 Discussion
Cheily Chiu
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Decision making: is choosing from among alternatives to determine the course of actionreside primarily in top level management decision making always impact the course of action.
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• Employees: are direct involve in decision by feedback.they actually perforemed the day to day job

• Client:may have legitimate

• Members of professional association: with rules and regulations

• Medical staff:they are involved directly in operation of some department

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• Intuition & serendipity: Research and analysis
• Manager previous Experience:valid basis for decision,provides that there no longer changes or constraints
• Experience of other similar organization:Copy you neighbor or follow the leader
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Chapter 4 Patricia Conner

1. The function of management is the process of deciding what to do to bring about an action in the future. Planning is determining the overall goals for the organization and give directions on the content of policies. The function of the manager in planning is to define and outline the objectives, policies, procedures, methods and rules. It is their job to focus attention on the objectives so there is a clear statement o f goals. It is the function of the manager to determine the goals and decide how to achieve them. Planning precedes all other functions and is the fundamental management function. Planning goes beyond simply judgment because . Planning is continuous because plans are rarely achieves in full.

2.The core values of the organization must be defined. This is what the organization stands for and what they believe. Included in the core values are the following areas:
Philosophy - philosophy is the logical analysis of the principles and conduct. This includes the mission statement-the values of the organization.
Goals - goals originate in the common vision and mission of the organization. Goals disclose the general purpose of the organization. Goals are identified through common understanding of the organization.
Objectives - Bring the goals to a practical and working level . Objectives are tangible and concrete plans and are usually stated as the results to be achieves. Goals can be stated in different levels such as quantitative, qualitative, as services to be achieves or as values to be supported.
Functional objectives - refines general objectives in terms of : specific service to be provided , type of output , quantity and specific output , frequency and specificity of output , accuracy , and priorities.
General objectives - may be implied not concrete.
Policy - are an overall guide and spell out what is permitted and prohibited and even suggest certain courses of action. Policies are specific to their generalized area.
Procedure - are a guide to action. Procedures include specific or general jobs that must be done. Procedures are created to ensure uniform actions by all. There are three types of procedures. 1) narrative - contains a series of statements in paragraph form
abbreviated narrative - illustrates procedures through key steps and key points.
playscripts - used when there are many workers in an organization-each participant is identified.
Method - The way the steps of the procedures are to be performed. A method describes the preferred way the procedure or task should be preformed.
Rule - the simplest and most direct type of plan . Rules guide thinking and behavior. A rule is a repeated or continuous plan or plans. They describe the required or prohibited way to do something. Rules are a guide to actions in the organization.
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Chapter 6 Discussion
Cheily Chiu

1. The identifiable aspects of organizing process include clear delineation of the goal in terms of scope, function and priorities.
The organizational process: Goal recognition and statement, review of organizational environment, determination of structure needed to reach the goal centralization, basis of departmentation, committee use, line and staff relationship, determination of authority relationship and development of the organizational chart, Job description, and related support document.

2. Health care institutions are characterized by dual pyramid form of organization because of the traditional relationship of medical staff administrative.
• Chief of staff: The officer of a medical staff whom the chief of medical and clinical services report.
• Chief of service: The physicians director of a specific clinical service
• Department chairperson: The director of a specific clinical service.
• Medical director: The chief medical executive officer for the medical staff.
• President of the medical staff: The presiding officer for the medical staff
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Chapter 4, Discussion Yarmi Mendez

1) Manager Function of Planning means look ahead the future course of action. It is the preparatory step which determines when, how and who is going to perform a specific job in order to achieve predetermined goal.

2) Philosophy is the values, code of ethics or basic principal relate with company culture and believe. It is the way to guide manager in decision making.
Objectives Is a fact of the plan to reach the goal, it must be clear, precise and with unambiguous language.
Goal is what organization want to achieve through objectives.
Functional Objectives are objectives outlined in more explicit way
Policy is laws and regulations, business rule, such as dress code.
Procedure is a set of action. It tells how to do every thing.
Method is the step of the procedure to perform or act
Rule Are like policies but rule tell you what you can do and what you can’t do
To maintain track of production of any organization is necessary effective plan with clear objectives, policies, procedure, rules, methods and company philosophy as a way to reach the goal. It means is necessary apply all of them for the best outcome.
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Chapter 5, Discussion Yarmi Mendez

1) Decision Making is one of the most important function of the manager because it determines the course of action of the organization. It is a process of choosing by considers different options.

2) For decision-making is good to have a consensus of all involve in the process
Employees They can be involve through feedback, it can make feel employees more
- Comfortable with the leader
- more value
- more trusted
- more motive to learn
Client To be succefull in marketing and production manager has to understand what the client demand.
Medical Staff They were always associated with patient care now become more involve in other duties like administration
Professional Association They put laws and regulations that should be keep in consideration at the moment of make any decision.

3) The primary basic for decision-making are
Intuition and Serendipity it is connected with emotions, it is not result of rational analysis. Is more creative.
Previous Experience past experience really help when we have to make decision because research and analyses from past experience can help to take the better decision.
Experience from Similar Organization it is a tool can be use to improve performance using techniques that have been successful in other companies.
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Chapter 11 Discussion Questions
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1. Identify the components of effective employee orientation programs
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Chapter 12 Discussion Questions
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1. Differentiate among the terms power, influence, and authority
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