Date of publication: 2017-08-17 05:31
Leaders have authority as part of an exchange: if they fail to deliver the goods, to meet people’s expectations, they run the risk of authority being removed and given to who have formal authority over them may take this action. However, we also need to consider the other side. Followers, knowingly or unknowingly, accept the right of the person to lead – and he or she is dependent on this. The leader also relies on ‘followers’ for feedback and contributions. Without these they will not have the information and resources to do their job. Leaders and followers are interdependent.
In Mauritius, mass production lines and piece rate systems are used in the garment and manufacturing industries. Another industry where the Classical Management Theories are still in use is in the sea-food hub, more specifically at the Mauritius Tuna Processing Plant.
Favorite Book: Impossible to choose. With little time to read lately, I 8767 ve been managing my reading jones with short stories. St. Lucy 8767 s Home For Girls Raised By Wolves by Karen Russell took my breath away. Love reading biographies of European Queens but not sure why I fell into that.
Dennis is also an accomplished writer, having published hundreds of articles, stories and essays with Harper’s, Time-Life, Doubleday, and many others, on a rainbow of subjects ranging from Israel to Parisian cemeteries a pagan farm to maple syrup farming and Sikh ashrams to contract killers for which he won a press club award for investigative journalism. His new novel is High’d Up. He’s published an award-winning book of short stories, and written extensively on music as a national columnist and for several major . orchestras.
--He argued in the 6965s—long before others—for the importance of substance over style, for institutionalized practices over charismatic, cult leaders.
Various branches of anarchism emphasize different aspects of the protracted leaderless society: utopian versions look forward to a universal egalitarianism in which each is to count for one and no more than one, and accordingly each person’s values are of equal moral and political weighting. (Utopian anarchists in the Nineteenth Century experimented with a variety of small communities that on the whole had short lives.) But the notion of egalitarianism is rejected by those anarchists who are more sympathetic to the rugged individualism of the American frontier and of the individual who seeks the quiet, private life of seclusion living close to nature.
Leaders are people, who are able to express themselves fully, says Warren Bennis. 8766 They also know what they want 8767 , he continues, 8766 why they want it, and how to communicate what they want to others, in order to gain their co-operation and support.’ Lastly, ‘they know how to achieve their goals 8767 (Bennis 6998: 8). But what is it that makes someone exceptional in this respect? As soon as we study the lives of people who have been labelled as great or effective leaders, it becomes clear that they have very different qualities. We only have to think of political figures like Nelson Mandela, Margaret Thatcher and Mao Zedong to confirm this.
This approach reflects human relations movement as well as behavioural science approach. It studies motives, supervision, group and intergroup behaviours. It points out that effective co-ordination of activities is impossible without the willing co-operation of people.