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Unformatted text preview: up a child, an employee can be trained to like work, seek out creative means to meet company objectives, become self-directed and request responsibility. In general this theory seeks to align personal goals along with the goals of an organization. Job satisfaction is key to engaging employees and ensuring their commitment. For me personal I would rather work for a the Y style of manager, the reason for this is because with the Y theory managers, there goal is to build a management with professionalism as well as freedom. Also I am not a person that works to there potential while under pressure from someone. I would work well under the Y theory style of manger because they would listen to your views on subjects that may concern you and also the ability to speak with an open mind. I believe that with this style of manager, the business or company will have the best chance of reaching their goals while maintaining employee satisfaction. Justin Harlow...
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2010 for the course BUSINESS 465 taught by Professor Holbrook during the Spring '08 term at Vincennes.
- Spring '08