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    Theory Z Case Study

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    Theory X managers count on threat of punitive action in order to achieve desired output from the employees. Theory Y managers, motivate employees, considering them as the most important asset to the organization. They consider employees as responsible individuals and motivates them to do their work by rewards associated with the desired output. Theory Z aims at achieving employee compliance by providing him/her a sense of security, taking care of him/her both on and off the job. Sense of security may be like job security which will tend to make employee more loyal and responsible towards his/her work. Theory X will get work done faster but employees will not do well as far as job satisfaction is concerned, as this theory thinks of employees as robotic in performance of the job. Also this will need constant supervision as workers will tend to be easy when no one is around to supervise. Theory Y makes employees feel important part of the organization which leads to new ideas and creativity which in turn lead to improvement in processes as persons perform well in relaxed environment. It leads to fair competition due to rewards associated which results in increased productivity and completion of objectives. Not all employees are responsible and motivated and there should be some kind of fear of the consequences of not meeting the objectives, which will result in employee compliance resulting in desired output. Theory Z is pretty much same as theory Y and in this case…

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    Theory Z and Quality Circle. Theory Z. In its basic presentation Theory Z proposes that the loyalty of an employee can be courted by providing him or her with a job that lasts the whole of his or her life. As a result, it focuses on the employees’ well-being whether or not he/she is working in an organization. This theory promotes the productivity of a workforce, stable employment as well as employee satisfaction and confidence . According to this theory, the success of Japan as a country in…

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    In this essay, both of McGregor’s concepts of ‘Theory Y’ and ‘Theory X’ (McGregor, 1960) will be explored. However, it must be mentioned from the outset that one can argue to a greater extent that Theory X provides a more universal approach towards management within the leisure industry. Despite this, some elements of Theory X are undoubtedly outdated. The autocratic style of Theory X leadership no longer governs industries as effectively as it once did – due to many factors including an…

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    Essay On Perception Checking

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    Personal Paper I. Group Level of analysis A. Theories & concepts 1. Perception Checking: Perception checking means that you use a statement that checks your perception of someone else to make sure their nonverbal cues are accurate. Perception checking is a good tool to help you understand others accurately instead of jumping to conclusions or assuming if your first interpretation is the correct one. Using this strategy can be a way of reducing defensiveness in the other person since you are…

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    Analysis Of Kanye West

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    always a main hub where a majority of fans of an artist can congregate and worship their chosen artist. Kanye’s fan are no different. With Kanye fans, Kanyetothe has become the unofficial home for Kanye West fans to discuss and share anything Kanye related. In the forum is a dedicated section for Kanye and his label GOOD Music. With this section, anything Kanye related news, content, or theories, are posted in this section before any media platform has the opportunity to share such content. KTT…

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    “The Dumbest Generation” The debate among generations of who is more intellectual is neverending. Blame for downfalls and shortcomings is passed around and is currently landing on one topic; technology is making the Millennials dumb, the dumbest generation to date. However, this is based on a very narrow scope on intelligence along with unjust comparisons. Generation Y is not the dumbest generation, Adaptations are just being made in how we intake and project information. As decades have…

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    generation is separated by a group of years. Within a certain set of time, a significant amount of information can develop or change. A few years after the Great Depression the Baby Boomers generation started, from 1946 to 1964. Many things were invented and a lot of things were improved upon. Between the years 1996- 2010 Generation Z stepped into the spotlight. Even though, start to finish there is a 64-year difference between the oldest and youngest of these two generations, there is something…

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    WHY OLDER PEOPLE HAVE OUR GENERATION WRONG AND HOW I AM STARTING TO THINK ITS JUST JEALOUSY While reading an article by Judith Warner called, “The Why-Worry Generation”, in this article, Judith talks about multiple points that I tend to disagree with when it comes to my generation and their upbringing. Whether it has to do with confidence, working preference or moving back home, I think we butt heads on almost all of it. I couldn’t help but find myself getting angry, confused, and a bit…

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    “A shiny unicorn on top of the flowery lawn” is what Lucy, a GYPSY, and others like her envision for themselves (Urban). A GYPSY, or a Generation Y Protagonist and Special Yuppie, is a middle to upper class citizen born between the late 1970s and the mid 1990s. All GYPSYs believe that they will be the best in their field because they are “special.” However, reality shows that this is not the case and that hard work is required to create and sustain a successful career, not just being told over…

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    Generational Gap Analysis

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    Unfortunately in today’s society, we suffer from an epidemic known as the generational gap. Essentially, this signifies the recurring misunderstanding, hostility, and general distrust that older generations in America have, such as the baby boomers, for the young, up-and-coming generation Y. This tense conflict has resulted in many stereotypes formed about our generation, including laziness and entitlement. In her Business Insider article, writer Vivian Giang contends that our overreliance on…

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