Management theory




Managementin organizations was and continues to pose a great challenge to itssuccess. Experts who were concerned with organization managementdeveloped predetermined strategies to help managers manage theaffairs of the specific organizations. Due to change in technologyand other environmental factor, an alteration to the procedures of atheory needs to change to accommodate the trend in the environment(Crossan, M. M., &amp Apaydin, M., 2010). The different types ofleadership must be in line the management theory adopted by thecompany. now appreciate the fact that organizationare made up of different part and the need to give freedom andindependent to them in their duties. Involvement in decision makingby all stockholders is included while is also the improvement onscientific techniques. We are going to see emergency of managementtheories that include leadership style and the specific policy toimplement the strategies (Suddaby, R., Hardy, C., &amp Huy, Q. N,2011). Also, the management practices anticipated to emerge from thekey changes. We should anticipate management to stop being centraland more of decentralization of management functions and operation.Decisions and management of organization is going to be divided amongdifferent individuals (Zott, C., Amit, R., &amp Massa, L. , 2011).


Organizationsof learning are indeed those institutions that help us solveproblems. This is because information is believed to be the solesolution to any problem Ansari, (S. M., Fiss, P. C., &amp Zajac, E.J, 2010). Problems are dynamic and structured so the currentmanagement theories are not able to solve the problems (Von Krogh,G., Nonaka, I., &amp Rechsteiner, L, 2012). Contingency theory andsystem theory support my claim of recent changes in managementtheories and practice. Management should be structured to allowdecision based on the specific need and in the right section withinthe organization. Information should be central in the taking anystep in the management of the organizations (Serenko, A., &ampBontis, N, 2004).


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