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Management 201
Organization & Management
2nd Semester 2000-2001


Supplementary Readings



Managing People: Lessons from Matsushita Konosuke by Prof. Etsu Inaba
   The basics - cleanliness, safety, job security, training, and management by wandering around - taking the lessons straight from her research on Matsushita companies and the master himself, Konosuke Matsushita

The Multiple Paternity of Asian Management by Prof. Gaby Mendoza
   How to manage paternalistically. "The idea of the father as a tyrant is Western," Gaby writes. The Asian mind sees the father more as one who deals with the "whole person," not just as hired hands.

How to Build Corporate Culture by Piti Sithi-Amnuai
   Illustrates the leader - CEO's role in developing the human factors. Piti has firsthand knowledge because the case is about his own successful company, Bangkok Bank.

Beyond Strategy: The CEO as Maestro by Prof. Junbo Borromeo
   The author likens the CEO's role to Leonard Bernstein's, the late, great American conductor. Good CEOs, like good conductors, must harmonize the sometimes clashing and contrapuntal forces in the organization to produce the complete, well-executed product or service.

The Art of Critical Thinking: Techniques for Development Strategists by Prof. Ed Morato
   Gives us a framework, almost a teaching note, for systematically breading up, then reassembling, the parts of the environment and the organization to also produce a complete, well-executed product or service.

Cross-cultural Management: Japanese Management for Asian Managers by Prof. Etsu Inaba
   Accounts for the lack of praise from Japanese bosses, simply as a reflection of culture, and that honest feedback goes a linger way than one thinks.

Japanese Management in Asia by Prof. Etsu Inaba
   Defines some basic philosophies of Japanese companies.

Lead With Vision: Manage the Strategic Challenge by John L. Thompson
   Emergent Strategies

Lead With Vision: Manage the Strategic Challenge by John L. Thompson
   Power, politics, and culture

How to Manage Compiled and Edited by Ray Wild
   Management Style and Leadership

How to Manage Compiled and Edited by Ray Wild
   Developing people

How to Manage Compiled and Edited by Ray Wild
   Managing the organization

Managerial Decision Making by George P. Huber

Managing Change: The Art of Balancing by Jeanie Daniel Duck
Building A Learning Organization by David A. Garvin
The Fall and Rise of Strategic Planning by Henry Mintzberg
Managing by Wire by Stephen H. Heckel and Richard L. Nolan
The Right Game: Use Game Theory to Shape Strategy by Brandenburger and Nalebuff
The Ways Chief Executive Officers Lead by Farkas and Wetlaufer
Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail by John Kotler
Control In An Age of Empowerment by Robert Simons
Musings on Management by Henry Mintzberg
Does New Age Business Have A Message for Managers? by Martha Nichols
Saving IT's Soul: Human-centered Information Managemen by Thomas Davenport
Performance Appraisal: Dilemma or Design? by Einstein and LeMere-LaBonte
Current Trends in Performance Appraisal: An Examination of Managerial Practice by Smith, Hornsby, and Shirmeyer
Quality of Work Life(QWL): What Can Unions Do? by Hian and Einstein

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