Classical Approaches 2009

Humor the rules of bureaucracy webers 3 kinds of

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Unformatted text preview: Rules of Bureaucracy” Weber’s 3 Kinds of Authority Traditional, Charismatic, and Traditional, Legal Legal Characteristics of Characteristics Bureaucracies Bureaucracies Clearly defined hierarchy Division of labor Centralization of decision Centralization making making Closed systems Importance of written rules Impersonality of organizational Impersonality relationships relationships Classical Approaches: Classical Fayol’s Management Theory Fayol’s Five Elements Fayol’s of Management (The “Whats”) “Whats”) Planning Organizing Commanding Coordinating Controlling Fayol’s Principles of Management (The “Hows”) “Hows”) Principle of Organizational Structure Scalar chain, unity of command,unity Scalar of direction, division of labor, order, span of control span Centralization, authority/responsibility, Centralization, discipline discipline Remuneration of personnel, equity, Remuneration tenure stability tenure Subordination of individual interests, Subordination initiative, esprit de corps initiative, Principle of Organizational Power Principles of Organizational Reward Principle of Organizational Attitude Classical Approaches Classical Communication in Communication Classical Approaches Classical Content = Task Direction = Vertical Direction (Downward) (Downward) Channel = Written Style = Formal Classical Approaches Classical in Today’s Organizations Organizations Classical Structure Classical Job Design...
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