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impact-technical-innovation - Organizational theories and...

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Organizational theories and concepts are essential components that are used to gather knowledge and practices pertaining to organizations. As society, culture and the demands of the industry change the organization should periodically assess the organizational structure to evaluate past performance and analyze new concepts and principles to ensure they evaluate the role of technological advancements in the organization. The evolution of the technology has been a reflection of various models and theories. The models are comprised of multiple analogies and principles that have been developed in to understand what influences our principles regarding the innovation of technology. The following paper will analyze and forecast the technological impacts on organizational behavior, intra-relationships and interrelationships. Models that Impacted Technological InnovationThe evolution of the technology has been a reflection of various models and theories. The various models are comprised of multiple analogies and principles that have been developed to increase performance, productivity and organizational behavior. These eras consist of foundational and modern philosophies that have been used. Fredrick Taylor suggested that human behavior could improve efficiency through a variety of management methods. Taylor was known for his book, the principles of scientific management. In this book, he explained how the concepts or an organization’s utilized concepts of bureaucracy and defined tasks (Wren, 2005). The Democratic style is more participative in a structured type approach. This type of style fosters group participation and collaboration. Supervision is minimal as each individual is responsible for himself or herself which affects the success or failures of the group. The democratic style inspires and guides individuals to be accountable and responsible for their behavior. This style made it easier to embrace technological innovation and the Laissez-Faire style was style that enabled groups to be self-directed with very few limitations. It is usually implemented with highly motivated individuals or groups to give
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2010 for the course BUSINESS bus taught by Professor Arthur during the Winter '08 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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