Maslow's Hierarchy Theory Of Hierarchy
The hierarchy of needs is as follows;
* Self-Actualization, need to …show more content…
Managers can be said to follow either view of their workforce. Theory X is often said to describe a traditional view of direction and control. Theory Y implies a more self-directed workforce that takes an interest in the goals of their organization and integrates some of their own goals into these.
Theory X assumes that: - * The average person dislikes work and will avoid it unless directly supervised. * Employees must be coerced, controlled and directed to ensure that organizational objectives are met. * The threat of punishment must exist within an organization. * In fact people prefer to be managed in this way so that they avoid responsibility. * Theory X assumes that people are relatively unambitious and their prime driving force is the desire for security.
Theory Y effectively takes the opposite view.
It assumes that: - * Employees are ambitious, keen to accept greater responsibility and exercise both self-control and direction. * Employees will, in the right conditions, work toward organizational objectives and that commitment will in itself be a reward for so