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02. Management Paradigm Shift & MITs. Rev: Mar, 2014 Euiho (David) Suh , Ph.D. POSTECH Strategic Management of Information and Technology Laboratory (POSMIT: http://posmit.postech.ac.kr) Dept. of Industrial & Management Engineering POSTECH. Contents. Management Environment. Skyrocketed

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02. Management Paradigm Shift & MITs

  • Rev: Mar, 2014
  • Euiho (David) Suh, Ph.D.
  • POSTECH Strategic Management of Information and Technology Laboratory
  • (POSMIT: http://posmit.postech.ac.kr)
  • Dept. of Industrial & Management EngineeringPOSTECH
management environment
Management Environment

Skyrocketed

Importance of

Strategic Management

Globe-driven

Technology-driven

New Trade Trend

(WTO, FTA)

Shortened

Technology

Life Cycle

Increasing

Global

Competition

Open

Domestic

Market

Interdisciplinary

Industrial

Structure

Rapid

Economic

Growth

Information

-driven

Society

Customer-driven

Increased

Customer

Demand

Information-driven

motivation of management paradigm shift
Motivation of Management Paradigm Shift

Globe

-driven

Information

-driven

Management

Paradigm

Shift

Customer

-driven

Technology

-driven

Main motivations leading to management paradigm shift

evolution of management
Evolution of Management

1900

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

evolution of management1
Evolution of Management

1900

1946

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

Computer

“ENIAC”

Efficiency

Automation

(Production

and Work)

Function-

Oriented

evolution of management2
Evolution of Management

1900

1946

1970

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

Computer

“ENIAC”

Efficiency

Automation

(Production

and Work)

Function-

Oriented

Database

TQM

JIT

KANBAN

Effectiveness

evolution of management3
Evolution of Management

1900

1946

1970

1981

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

Computer

“ENIAC”

Efficiency

Automation

(Production

and Work)

Function-

Oriented

PC

Strategic

Management

Decision

Support

Executive

Information

Database

TQM

JIT

KANBAN

Effectiveness

evolution of management4
Evolution of Management

1900

1946

1970

1981

1990

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

Computer

“ENIAC”

Efficiency

Automation

(Production

and Work)

Function-

Oriented

PC

Strategic

Management

Decision

Support

Executive

Information

ERP

BPR - Reengineering

Process-Oriented

Learning

Organization

Database

TQM

JIT

KANBAN

Effectiveness

evolution of management5
Evolution of Management

1900

1946

1970

1981

1990

2000

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

Computer

“ENIAC”

Efficiency

Automation

(Production

and Work)

Function-

Oriented

PC

Strategic

Management

Decision

Support

Executive

Information

ERP

BPR - Reengineering

Process-Oriented

Learning

Organization

Internet

Knowledge

Management

Customer Power

CRM

SCM

EC

MC

UC

Database

TQM

JIT

KANBAN

Effectiveness

evolution of management6
Evolution of Management

1900

1946

1970

1981

1990

2000

2010

SNS

Smart phone

Global Network

Service

Management

Taylor:

“Scientific Management”

Fayol:

“Administrative Management”

Ford:

“Mass Production”

Mayo:

“Human Relations Approach”

Computer

“ENIAC”

Efficiency

Automation

(Production

and Work)

Function-

Oriented

PC

Strategic

Management

Decision

Support

Executive

Information

ERP

BPR - Reengineering

Process-Oriented

Learning

Organization

Internet Power

Knowledge

Management

Customer Power

CRM

SCM

EC

MC

UC

Database

TQM

JIT

KANBAN

Effectiveness

management innovation technique mits 1 2
Management Innovation Technique(MITs) (1/2)
  • Definition
    • Various Techniques for Management Innovation to Accommodate the Paradigm Shift and the Business Environmental Changes
  • Management innovation changing ways of business
    • Business Process Reengineering(BPR)/ Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
    • Downsizing: Resizing, Rightsizing
    • Restructuring: Spin-off, Spin-out, Outsourcing
    • Benchmarking: Internal, Functional
    • Concurrent Engineering(CE) vs. Sequential Engineering
    • Logistics Innovation
    • EIS/DSS/ESS
    • Time-based Competition vs. Quality-based Competition
mits 2 2
MITs (2/2)
  • Management innovation using mind building in organization
    • Strategic Management / SIS
    • Value Engineering (VE)
    • Corporate Identity (CI)
    • Vision Making (VM)
    • Knowledge Management (KM)
  • Management innovation using Technology innovation of IT
    • Supply Chain Management (SCM)
    • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
    • Electronic Commerce (EC)
    • Mobile Commerce (MC)
    • Ubiquitous Computing (UC)
    • Social Network Services (SNS)
    • Smart Phone Evolution