Date of Birth: 1943
Place of Birth: Honolulu
Citizenship: United States
Three main approaches control organizational management
William J.. Ouchi was born in 1943 in Honolulu, Hawaii (Honolulu, Hawaii), where he grew up. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Williams College (Williams College) in 1965 and an MBA and a degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Chicago (University of Chicago). Ouchi eight years was a professor at the Stanford School of Business (Stanford business school) and for many years taught at the Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles (Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles).
For the first time fame Ouchi was awarded for his research the differences between Japanese and American companies and their management styles. His first book was published in 1981, in kotoroyon he summarized his observations. More than five months `Theory Z: How American Management Can Meet the Japanese Challenge` (` theory Z`) has been on the bestseller list for the version of the newspaper `New York Times`. Currently, the book takes the 7th place in the degree of prevalence of 12 million. Other publications in 400 libraries in the United States.
The second book William, `The M Form Society: How American Teamwork Can Recapture the Competitive Edge`, considering various methods of return competitive advantage by joint efforts. Ouchi also put forward three main approaches to monitoring in the field of organizational management: control of the market, bureaucratic control, and clan control.
In recent years, Ouchi turned his attention to the organization and effectiveness of school education, as well as on issues related to the administration of the school district. He has published a review on these topics in 2003. William led a commission that proposed to consider the Reformation of Education program to the Governor of California (California) Arnold Schwarzenegger (Arnold Schwarzenegger), and some of the proposals of Professor currently under consideration.
In the 1990s, William served as adviser and chief of staff in the administration of former mayor of Los Angeles (Los Angeles), Republican Richard Riordan (Richard Riordan). In 2009 it was published his book `The Secret of TSL: The Revolutionary Discovery That Raises School Performance`, which tells about revolyutsionnompodhode in the education system, how to remove the total load to the students, to properly distribute the number of students per teacher and establish intense relationship between them.
Ouchi - a member of the Advisory Council to the Commission on Presidential Debates USA, Board of Trustees of the Japanese American National Museum and the Board of Directors of The Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools (or simply The Alliance) - the company`s urban schools in Los Angeles. Earlier, Williams represented the Board of Directors of Williams College, a public television station KCET, the Consumer Advisory Committee of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the Concert Hall Walt Disney (Walt Disney Concert Hall), Harvard-Westlake School (Harvard-Westlake School) and OE