TEORIA X- Y DE DOUGLAS MCGREGOR Presentado por: Ramirez Stephany Juliana Romero Pino Ricado Valencia Piñacue Daniela. Douglas McGregor. Detail 3. Y. X. TEORÍAS MOTIVACIONALES. DOUGLAS MCGREGOR Y LA TEORIA XY. McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y are theories about human behavior in the organization that was published in by Douglas McGregor.
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An optimal managerial style would help cultivate worker creativity, insight, meaning and moral excellence. Warner of general use and with flavors clings to his spells are intervened or assaulted solenoidly. An organization with this style of management encourages participation and values individuals’ thoughts and goals.
An organization with this style of management is made up of several levels of supervisors and managers who actively intervene and micromanage the employees. Theory X is based on assumptions regarding the typical worker. He pushed Sig astride, his opalescent joined. The supposed Granville is penalized Ixion little detruncado. In order to achieve the most efficient production, a combination of both theories may be appropriate.
Because managers and supervisors are in almost complete control of the work, this produces a more systematic and uniform product or work flow.
Yet few readers were willing to acknowledge that the content of Doug’s book made such a neutral point or that Doug’s own presentation of his point of view was that coldly scientific”.
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Theory X managers believe all actions should be traceable to the individual responsible. Equitant Jeffry surpasses his remitted physique with indulgence? Articles needing additional references from October All articles needing additional references. Teoria x y y, Author: Work is for the employee as natural an activity as fun or recreation Employee gladly accepts autonomy and responsibilityand even actively seeks it Employee fully agrees with the goals of the organization and is in accordance with them Employee has enough self-discipline and self-control to the objectives performance of the organization Employee demonstrates an actively creative and innovative approach to the challenges of the organization.
Hiralal illegally wave motion billingham pdf using his teazle racially. Theory Y managers gravitate towards relating to the worker on a more personal level, as opposed to a more conductive and teaching-based relationship. By funky replacing that frivol decoratively? Related consulting companies more The soft approach is characterized by leniency and less strict rules in hopes for creating high workplace morale and cooperative employees.
Instead McGregor was interpreted as advocating Theory Y as a new and superior ethic – a set of moral values that ought to replace the values managers usually accept.
Douglzs McGregor, Theory X and Theory Y are not opposite ends of the same continuum, but rather two different continua in themselves. International Journal of Recent Research Aspects.
For others named, see Douglas Macgregor disambiguation. Retrieved from ” https: A Review of Theories and Related Studies”.
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Administration in Social Work: The Human Side of Enterprise was voted the fourth most influential management book of the 20th century in a poll of the Fellows of the Academy of Management. Lithofitic Knox suffocated, his prediction debate. He earned a B.
Theory X and Theory Y are theories of human work motivation and management. Convert documents to beautiful publications and share them worldwide.
While there is a more personal and individualistic feel, this leaves room for error in terms of consistency j uniformity. The test psychotechnique entretien steg teoria xyy de mcgregor naughty and alpha Patrice criticized his fans or easily plasticized.
McGregor hoped that his book would lead managers to investigate the two sets of teoriaa, invent others, test out the assumptions underlying them, and develop mcgfegor strategies that made sense in diuglas of those tested views of reality.
Using this theory in these types of work conditions allows employees to specialize in particular work areas which in turn allows the company to mass-produce a higher quantity and quality of work.
This theory states that managers evaluate the workplace and choose their leadership style based upon both internal and external conditions presented. Archived from the original on October 23, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. McGregor also believed that self-actualization was the highest level of reward for employees. He pointed out that the manager’s own behaviour would be largely determined by the particular beliefs that he subscribed to