ReadingReading 1 The Practice of Management, Peter F. Druck

ReadingReading 1: The Practice of Management, Peter F. Drucker, summarized by John D. Stavig and Shaker A. Zahra 27 Reading 2: The One Minute Manager, Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson, summarized by Charles C. Manz 31 Reading 3: Out of the Crisis, W. Edwards Deming, summarized by William B. Gartner and M. James Naughton 35 Reading 8: Competitive Advantage, Michael E. Porter, summarized by Sara A. Morris 56 Part 3 Reading 3: How the Mighty Fall, Jim Collins, summarized by Tanya Pietz 78 Collins, Jim (May 5, 2008). The secret of enduring greatness. Fortune. New York: 157(9), 72. and find articles on the writings of or summaries of the writings of the following management theorists: Mary Follett Henry Mintzberg Max Weber Federick TaylorBased on your readings, is one minute adequate for a manager to discuss goals, to reprimand employees, and to praise individuals for exceptional work? Be sure to cite your readings from Drucker, Mintzberg, Follett, or other authors to defend or contradict Blanchard’s arguments.

ReadingReading 1 The Practice of Management, Peter F. Druck

ReadingReading 1: The Practice of Management, Peter F. Drucker, summarized by John D. Stavig and Shaker A. Zahra 27 Reading 2: The One Minute Manager, Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson, summarized by Charles C. Manz 31 Reading 3: Out of the Crisis, W. Edwards Deming, summarized by William B. Gartner and M. James Naughton 35 Reading 8: Competitive Advantage, Michael E. Porter, summarized by Sara A. Morris 56 Part 3 Reading 3: How the Mighty Fall, Jim Collins, summarized by Tanya Pietz 78 Collins, Jim (May 5, 2008). The secret of enduring greatness. Fortune. New York: 157(9), 72. and find articles on the writings of or summaries of the writings of the following management theorists: Mary Follett Henry Mintzberg Max Weber Federick TaylorBased on your readings, is one minute adequate for a manager to discuss goals, to reprimand employees, and to praise individuals for exceptional work? Be sure to cite your readings from Drucker, Mintzberg, Follett, or other authors to defend or contradict Blanchard’s arguments.