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Theory Z of Motivation

Ouchi proposed Theory Z - a hybrid model that blends elements of successful Japanese managerial practice with an assessment of US workers' needs. It focuses heavily on a humanistic' philosophy, teamwork and consensus decisions. This theory is rooted in the idea that employees who are involved in and committed to an organization will be motivated to increase productivity. Based on [...]

By |2020-01-02T16:03:53+05:30January 2, 2020|Motivation|Comments Off on Theory Z of Motivation

Theory X and Theory Y

Everything you need to know about Theory X and Theory Y of motivation. Prof. Douglas McGregor proposed theory X and theory Y. Theory X is related to traditional approach about people and theory Y is related to modern approach about people. Theory X is somehow related to concept of scientific management, which advocates that people dislike the work and they [...]

By |2019-09-28T11:07:46+05:30September 28, 2019|Management|Comments Off on Theory X and Theory Y

Scientific, Administrative and Human Approach to Management

In this article we will discuss about:- 1. Scientific approach to management 2. Administrative approach to management 3. Human approach to management. 1. Scientific Approach to Management - Frederick W. Taylor (1856-1915): Scientific management arose from the need to increase productivity. The central question was - what could be done to get people to do more work in less time? [...]

By |2019-05-25T05:40:05+05:30May 25, 2019|Management|Comments Off on Scientific, Administrative and Human Approach to Management
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