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Unformatted text preview: work toward goals to which they are committed. People are motivated to work because of the rewards, such as: time off, money, recognition, and the others. Rather than emphasize authority, Theory Y emphasizes a relaxed managerial atmosphere in which workers are free to set objectives, be creative, be flexible, and go beyond the goals set by management. And a key technique to meet these objectives is empowerment. I like theory Y better, and I believe most of the people have the same opinion as me. It is clear that Theory Y is more convenient to worker; workers love their jobs, they reach the goal, they commit to the company, and they are motivated. I also have learned that in Theory Y, empowerment gives employees the authority to make decisions and the tools to implement the decisions they make which is good for employees because right now there is no gap between employees and employers. Therefore, they can share the problem and solve problem together....
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This document was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course BUSINESS BA 101 at Montgomery.
- Winter '10