His theory states there are six primary functions and 14 principles of management. Forecasting, planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating, and monitoring.
Planning -Forecasting or setting the broad outline of work to be done. Why it will be done? Where it will be done?
Who will do it? What action is necessary? When it will be done? How it will be done? Controlling -the process by which managers ate mp to measure if actual activities conform to planned activities. This is a decentralized delivery model: Increased satisfaction for patients and nurses More professional system: RN plans and communicates with all healthcare members.
RNs are seen as more knowledgeable and responsible. RNs more satisfied because they continue to learn as part of the in-depth care they are required to deliver to their patient Disadvantage: Only confines a nurse s talents to a limited number of patients, so other patients cannot benefit if the RN is competitive Can be intimidating for RNs who are Disadvantage of fayolism skilled and knowledgeable 3.
Team Nursing This is the most commonly used model and is still in use today. It was developed in the s in order to somewhat ameliorate the fragmentation that was inherent in the functional model.
The goal of team nursing is for a team to work democratically. In the ideal team, an RN is assigned as a Team Leader for a group of patients. The Team Leader has a core of staff reporting to her, and together they work to disseminate the care activities.
The team member possessing the skill needed by the individual patient is assigned to that patient, but the Team Leader still has accountability for all of the care.
Team conferences occur in which the expertise of every staff member is used to plan the care. Each member s capabilities are maximized so job satisfaction should be high Patients have one nurse the Team Leader with immediate access to other health providers Disadvantages: Requires a team spirit and commitment to succeed RN may be the Team Leader one day and a team member the next, thus continuity of patient care may suffer Care is still fragmented with only 8 or 12 hour accountability 4.
Modular Nursing District Nursing This is a modification of team and primary nursing. It is a geographical assignment of patient that encourages continuity of care by organizing a group of staff to work with a group of patients in the same locale.
It depends on the philosophy of the organization, nurse staffing and client population. The Case Method evolved into what we now call private duty nursing.
It was the first type of nursing care delivery system. In Total Patient Care, the nurse is responsible for the total care of the patient during the nurse s working shift. The RN is responsible for several patients.The disadvantage to the theory is that it is still based on humans.
As humans we are naturally going to make mistakes. The theory works on the basis of having harmony among people in which unity forms to create a strong management team. The most severe disadvantages that comes to mind are the following: Perpetual conflict either within the nation or with other nations due to the inherent need of scapegoats and/or threats to national security that the leaders can use to “justify” their questionable actions and authoritarianism.
Start studying Management Theories: Advantages and Disadvantages.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. MANAGEMENT THEORIES PURPOSES OF THEORY Provide a stable focus of understanding what we experience Enable us to communicate freely Challenge us to keep learning of our. Fayolism. French mining engineer Henri Fayol is the father of business management theories.
Start studying Management Theories: Advantages and Disadvantages. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.