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Max Weber bureaucracy, hire based on merit, written documents, hierarchy structure
Ohio State University Studies Identified behaviors of successful leaders, 2 dimension: initiation of structure and consideration
Zeiteist Great man approach, "leaders born not made"
Kurt Lewin's Studies Behavioral Research, leadership: democratic, autocratic and laissez-faire
University of Michigan Studies Job centered v. employee centered leadership, task-oriented, relationship-oriented or participative
Fredrick Taylor Scientific management, emphasized work layout movements, motion and timing, pay for exceeding standards = differential piece rates
Hawthorn Studies Humanistic perspective, how group dynamics impact performance
Mary Parker Follett Workers reactions to authority, workers participation, sharing goals and are empowered
Blake and Mouton's Managerial Grid Team leaders, concern for people, concern for production
Herzberg Two factor theory satisfiers improve motivation
Hersey-Blanchards life cycle theory managers should look at the readiness of employees in terms of ability, experience and willingness
House's Path-goal theory 4 dimension, directive, supportive, participative and achievement
Fiedlers contingency theory 3 dimensions of comprising favorability; leader-member relations, task structure and position power
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