Management Styles

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Management Styles
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Judgmental Management Style If the traditional organizational hierarchy is viewed as a "chain-of-command," then ultimate authority resides in the top-most position on the organization chart. The individual occupying this position delegates authority to subordinates who may, in turn, delegate authority to employees further down in the hierarchy. In this system, managers are expected to use their authority to get the work done via command-and-control. Action is based on the manager's judgment. This system effectively requires that managers possess complete knowledge of the work being done by their subordinates—how else…
Thomas Pyzdek; Paul Keller: Handbook for Quality Management: A Complete Guide to Operational Excellence, Second Edition. Management Styles, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export