Bureaucracy, Organisational Behaviour, and Development

by Prayag Mehta

Publisher: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd

Written in English
Published: Pages: 188 Downloads: 421
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Subjects:

  • Civil service & public sector,
  • Occupational & industrial psychology,
  • Political ideologies,
  • Business & Economics / Economic Development,
  • Development Studies (Social Sciences),
  • Public Bureaucracy,
  • 1947-,
  • Bureaucracy,
  • Economic policy,
  • India,
  • Organizational behavior
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages188
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11214366M
ISBN 100803996144
ISBN 109780803996144

BOOK-II ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR PART- I: INTRODUCTORY 8. ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS – Theory of Bureaucracy by Max Weber (v) Theory of Personnel Management by Chester Barnard III. Behavioural Era Globalisation and Organisational Behaviour DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RELATIONS – (i) Conceptual . Bureaucracy. Max Weber, a German social scientist, analyzed the formation and administration of main features of this approach are as follows: 1. Division of Work: There is division of work on basis of specialization of jobs in bureaucratic employee performs his specialized work in a predictable manner.   Bureaucratic leaders “work by the book”, ensuring that their staff follow procedures exactly. They are very strong leaders,we can trust them that is good advantage of this. TASK 3. Leadership. A process in which one individual influences others toward the attainment of group/organisational goals is called leadership.   History of Organisational Behaviour 1. HISTORY OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR Presented by- Shravanthi 2. Classical View Bureaucracy Scientific Management Administrative Neoclassical Human Relations Movement Chester Barnard Integrating management theories Contingency Approach System Behavioural approach Quantitative approach EARLY MANAGEMENT .

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  Chapter 5: Consumer Markets and Consumer Buyer Behaviour Consumer buyer behaviour - Refers to buying behaviour of final consumers (individuals & households that buy goods and services for personal consumption) Consumer market - Total number of final customers Marketing stimuli consists of the 4Ps 1. Product 2. Price 3. Place 4. Promotion As well as other major forces in the . Essay Title: Introductory to organisational behaviour principles Books, journals and articles on organisational behaviour (OB) can be found anywhere nowadays. Experts and professionals in this area have done a lot of research, coming up with theories, models, concepts, explanations and views on how a person will behave in an organisation. Technology on the web icons throughout, refers students to the companion website, where relevant technological issues and debates are explored in depth. Greater range of international cases. Allows students to explore the differences in organisational behaviour .   This authoritative and in-depth collection presents seminal papers from leading academics in the field of organisation and bureaucracy. It encompasses sections on organisational boundaries, neo-Schumpeterian theories, hierarchy and international organisation, organisational culture and behaviour, power politics and authority, as well as organisational institutions and : Peter M. Jackson.

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This study examines the interface of development performance and the bureaucracy, together with organizational and political behaviour. An analysis of development performance suggests that Indian bureaucracy has been neither `goal-directed′ nor `action-oriented′ as far as alleviation of poverty, the promotion of social equity and social development of the people are by: 6.

This study examines the interface of development, performance and bureaucracy, and its organizational and political behaviour. Interviews with senior officers of the Indian Administrative Service form the basis of the text, which uncovers interrelations between political and work behaviour.

BOOK REVIEWS BUREAUCRACY, ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND DEVELOPMENT By Prayag Mehta, New Delhi: Sage, Organisational Behaviour, pp.Rs. Surveying the attitudes and behaviour of the higher level bureaucracy has been a favourite theme with the scholars of public administration.

Most of the studies on the behaviour of bureau. Organisation theory (Book definition) Organisational behaviour. A field of study that investigates the impact of individuals and small-groups factors on employee performance and attitudes.

Bureaucracy is an organisational structure that is characterised by many rules, standardised processes, procedures and requirements, number of desks. Management and organisational behaviour / Laurie J. Mullinsth ed. cm Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Bureaucracy, specific form of organization defined by complexity, division of labour, permanence, professional management, hierarchical coordination and control, strict chain of command, and legal is distinguished from informal and collegial organizations.

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Bureaucracy is one of the rational structures that are playing in an over-increasing role in modern society. Thus bureaucracy is the key feature of an organization.

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