Special Report on
Contingency Management Theory
Contingency Management Theory - Trends
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As the 20th century ends, so must the techniques of management that have evolved over the past 100 years and have brought the era some of its greatest successes. Countries around the world that have applied "modern" principles of management over the past 10 decades have achieved great production and wealth. But the traditional management principles of our era will not dictate the successes of the 21st century. The management principles of the 20th century have tended to be short-sighted and narrow in scope with regard to people, too inflexible and resistant to change, slow to respond to opportunity, and too ...
Upward Communication - takes place when information is traveling from someone lower on the hierarchy to someone higher on it. Downward Communication - takes place when information is traveling from someone higher on the hierarchy to someone lower on it. Horizontal Communication - takes place between parties on the same level in the hierarchy. There is no backward and forward communication. As an organization or as a business expands, it will tend to become more hierarchical. A hierarchical organization is characterized by formal authority, procedures and rules, clearly defined division of ... Read More
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