Theories to leading an organization efficiently are very important. Most people who are thrown into management positions will eventually be put on the spot when it comes to deciding which form of management to use for their employers' organizations.
Leadership is a necessary component of a business, since employees need direction. Without leadership the doors will close quickly.
The author possesses a bachelor's degree in business administration and an associate's degree in management technology.
What the heck is Organizational theory? It says that organizations are social units of people that are structured and managed to meet a need, or to pursue collective goals. T here are several different theories of organizations which include rational system perspective, division of labor, bureaucratic theory, and contingency theory. Weisbord's Six-Box Model proposes six broad categories in his model of organizational life, including purposes, structures, relationships, leadership, rewards, and helpful mechanisms. The purposes of an organization are the organization's mission and goals. Clinger takes these concepts and makes them understandable, easy to follow, and apply to your situation. This is great for someone trying to learn about organizational leadership. So if you really want to learn about how to create a mission and a goal for your business or place of work, then this is the place to start to look. Clinger pretty much explains everything is simple enough terms that you can understand and follow along quite easily. Remington nails the narration.
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Would you listen to Organizational Theory: Leadership again? Why?
Yes, as a manager I have listened to it twice. The type of organization theory a manager uses can define whether that manager is a great manager or a terrible one.