Scientific Management Theory Analysis

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A lot of organizational theories are mentioned in Organizational Theory by Jørgen Lægaard, but the most emphasized ones are Scientific Management by F.W. Taylor, Administrative Theory by H. Fayol, Bureaucracy Model by M. Weber and Theory of Administrative Behavior by H. Simon. This essay is going to give a short analysis of each theory and tell the readers which theory influences me the most. Additionally, this essay also shows my evaluation on how these concepts have affected the current organizational theories.
Among the mentioned theories, Scientific Management was the oldest and developed by Frederick Winslow Taylor, an American mechanical engineer. The core idea of the theory is that employee’s handling work process
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Provide examples of leadership and deviant behavior
According to leadership styles, the definition of transactional leader they use reward and punishment to affect in their flowers, they ignore flower’s needs and aspiration and they motivated by their own achievement and power (Trevino & Brown, 2005, P. 77). According that definition of Bernard Ebbers described as Transactional leader. He concerned about his own achievement and his power only, as he cared about acquisitions of firms and built his impair relays on cost-cutting and discharging the Acquired company’s employees.
Ebbers display destructive deviant behaviour as monopolized most of internet organizations, he loaned money to his top 50 executive mangers to maintain company stock level also he cut expenses from his people and discharging about 75,000 employees to save many for buying new companies (Trevino & Brown, 2005, P. 91).
2. How did Ebbers influence his managers and employees to engage in deviant unethical behavior? How could he have used his influence and leadership style to avoid deviant behavior among
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Also, he put the power and the authority between his loyal mangers (Trevino & Brown, 2005, P. 92).
3. Identify some theoretical linkages between Ebbers’s leadership style as practiced and the behavior that occurred within WorldCom.
According to leadership styles Bernard Ebbers described as Transactional leader. He concerned about his own achievement and his power only he was more pseudo-transformational leader with lack of moral virtue.
4.The law firm report identified Ebbers as the source of a culture that resulted in the company’s accounting fraud. How did Ebbers’s leadership style contribute to the values and actions of key managers? How could key managers perform their jobs effectively and ethically in the WorldCom culture?
Ebbers’s mangers affected by his unmoral behavior as he did not write any unethical order otherwise he replaced by phone calls from his mangers phones. Also, he cited tremendous on WorldCom to keep revenues up (Trevino & Brown, 2005, P. 94). And frauded in in the growing figure.
In such WorldCom culture key managers cannot perform their job effectively and ethically because the total environment is

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