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3 p 59 focus mangers assumptions about concern for

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Unformatted text preview: s Assumptions about CONCERN for PEOPLE and CONCERN FOCUS: for PRODUCTION for Concern for PEOPLE Concern for PRODUCTION Degree of personal commitment to one’s job Trust-based accountability (vs. obedience-based accountability) Self-esteem for the individual Interpersonal relationships with co-workers Use of people and technology to accomplish organizational tasks Concern for is not about quantity or quality Assessment instrument does not represent personality traits of the manager -Assessment instead, indicate a specific orientation to production and people instead, Blake and Mouton’s Managerial Grid Blake •Authority Compliance (9,1) •Classical theory •Country Club (1,9) •Informal grapevine •Impoverished (1,1) •Laissez-faire •Middle-of-the-Road (5,5) •Compromise (carrot & stick) •Team (9,9) •Human Resources Approach •Promote the conditions that integrate creativity, high productivity, and high morale through concerted team action SUMMARY SUMMARY Humanistic Theories of Organizations Human Relations Theory Human • The Hawthorne Studies • Chester Barnard • McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y Human Resources Theory • Likert’s Systems Theory (Four Systems of Management) • Blake and Mouton’s (Blake and McCanse) Managerial Grid The principles of human resources theory attempt to integrate the concern for production from classical theory with the concern for the worker from human relations theory -- more effective and satisfying!...
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