Classical traits theory of leadership which owes its base to different traits in a human being. This theory believes that leadership behavior is sum of total of the traits or qualities the leaders possesses. A leader cannot behave other than what his personnel traits are.
Situationist theory of leadership is on the opinion that the situational behavior of the leadership is strongly affected by the situation in which he or she works. The theory believes that it is the situation which develops a leadership and from which a leader emerges.
Followers Theory of Leadership also known as acceptance theory of leadership. The followers must accept the decisions of their leader and leadership. With follower there is no place for leaders assert this theory. According to this leader-follower theory followers may from groups and the followers’
Efficient management always tries set objectives which are the goals towards the attainment of which all activities of the management are directed. But to direct the activities mode of thought and lay down rules and principle are required for attaining objectives.
The art of management has accident routs. The moment people began live and work together, organization and management came into existence. Modern management thought has developed through following several stags: Classic Approach (1830 - 1930) this approach was evolved in the early party of the 20th century.
Employee diversity can improve organizational functioning by stimulating:1. Greater Creativity, 2.Better Problem Solving, 3.Greater System Flexibility, Employee diversity can stimulate consideration of less obvious alternatives. Take the example of a Hispanic man and a white woman advising the CEO on a planned organizational downsizing.
These challenges include appropriately: 1. Valuing employee diversity, 2. Balancing individual needs with group fairness, 3. Dealing with resistance to change, 4. Group Cohesiveness & Interpersonal Conflict 5.Segmented Communication Networks
The organizing function of management is concerned with combining people, work to be done, and physical resources into a meaningful relationship to achieve organizational goals. No planning can succeed unless a framework of activities (necessary for the accomplishment of objectives) is constructed. The relationship between different jobs is determined