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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Prayag Mehta
  • ISBN:
    0803996144
  • ISBN13:
    978-0803996144
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    SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 1 edition (October 31, 1989)
  • Pages:
    188 pages
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    Politics & Government
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Published: 1 August 1990. by Liverpool University Press.

book by Prayag Mehta. This study examines the interface of development performance and the bureaucracy, together with organizational and political behaviour.

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Organizational Behavior: Definition, Importance, Nature, Model. Organizational Behavior (OB) is the study of human behavior in organizational settings, the interface between human behavior and the organization, and the organization itself. Analyzing these new organizational forms, sociologist Max Weber described bureaucracy as an ideal type of organization that rested on rational-legal principles and maximized technical efficiency.

Bureaucracy and Formal Organizations. The Rationalization of Society. Formal Organizations and Bureaucracy. Regardless of whether Marx or Weber was right about its cause, rationality was a totally different way of thinking that came to permeate society. The Contribution of Max Weber Marx on Rationalization. Formal Organizations The Essential Characteristics of Bureaucracies Ideal Versus Real Bureaucracy Down-to-Earth Sociology: The McDonaldization of Society Dysfunctions of Bureaucracies The Sociological Significance of Bureaucracies. This new orientation trans-formed the way in which society is organized.

Download Now. saveSave Organizational Behavior and Theory For Later. Critically analyze the Classical Organizational Theory. Ans. Classical organization theory Classical organization theories (Taylor, 1947; Weber, 1947; Fayol, 1949) deal with the formal organization and concepts to increase management efficiency. Taylor presented scientific management concepts, Weber gave the bureaucratic approach, and Fayol developed the administrative theory of the organization. They all contributed significantly to the development of classical organization theory.

This study examines the interface of development performance and the bureaucracy, together with organizational and political behaviour. An analysis of development performance suggests that Indian bureaucracy has been neither `goal-directed′ nor `action-oriented′ as far as alleviation of poverty, the promotion of social equity and social development of the people are concerned. The author has collected wide-ranging data through interviews with officers of the Indian Administration Service at the central government secretariat and with officers from various states. He derives six important development-related behavioural orientations. Significant inter-relations between political behaviour and work behaviour also emerge.