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Vs. Jackson Pollack Versus Piet Mondrian 
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The Assumptions About Societal Order: What Managers Think Before Speaking Vs.
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Weber: Order through bureaucratic laws Taylor: Order through direct task specification Human Relations: Order through indirect social   motivation Barnard: Order through ideology Maintaining Organizational Order
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Weberian bureaucracy, Taylorism, Human  Relations, and Barnard are all aware of conflict. The first two believe conflict can be managed  through structure and the second two believe that it  can be managed by normative integration.
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Weberian bureaucracy and Taylorism are based on  division of labor and interdependence—or what  Durkheim called  organic solidarity . Human relations and Barnard are based on the  collective conscience
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Unformatted text preview: —or what Durkheim called mechanical solidarity . Human Relations and Barnard are aware of the Marxian problem of alienation Weberian bureaucracy and Tayloristic scientific management are both aware of the Durkheimian problem of anomie . Mead is the backbone of human relations and Barnard…why? Because he places the emphasis on the normative aspect of self. Weber Bureaucratic Law Taylor Task Specification HR Social Interactions Barnard Ideology Unit of Analysis Org. (structure) Ind ividua l (task) Group (norms) Org (ideologies) Rational/ Emotional Rational Rational Emotional Both Order/ Conflict Order (limit conflict) Order Order Order Formal/ Informal Formal Formal Informal Both Management Tactics...
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