Modern Theory in Managing an Organization
System Approach to Organization
Modern Theory - System Analysis of Organizations
Modern Theory, has been developed since the 1950s, is the third major classification of theories of theories of organization and managements. It has a number of characteristics and takes the systems viewpoint and is dynamic.
Modern Theory may be considered a general theory of organization and management, integrating classical and Neoclassical with contemporary with contemporary theory. This is done by viewing an organization as a dynamic process that occurs within and, in general, is controlled by structure.
In performing the work, the manager should consider the strategic components of the organization system such as:-
A, the Individual Component (neo-classical theory) - which include attitudes, feeling, and personality traits, motives and other variables that help determine individual's behavior.
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