Theory Y, and Y – Implications of These
Theories for Modern Organizations
Organizational Concept for Theory X,
Implications for Modern Organizations
The fundamental underpinning of the organizational concept for Theory X as a managerial theory remains lacking in a particular philosophy although McGregor’s views continue framing the approach scholars in the field of business management reference. The social psychology view of McGregor emerging in 1960 suggested as part of a business organizational culture how developing positive management techniques and styles provided the fundamental framework of both organizational development and growth goals. The precept offered by McGregor connects to managing people according to the characteristics of Continue reading...