Fayol Management Style Analysis

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Definition of Management:
According to Fayol management is “Planning, organizaing, commanding, controlling and co-ordination.”
According to Dale, Management means “ Organizing, staffing, directing innovation and representing.”
Types of Management Styles:
There are many different styles of management when it comes to managing in the workplace and making the right choice of the type of style to lead which can have a big impact in terms of how the staff can produce for you. There are three or more different leadership styles in management, but knowing them does not mean that anyone is going to work. In many cases, the staff that the person is managing will have traits that will help to define which management style to should use, sometimes resulting
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They may dislike not being able to contribute their ideas, which can result in a lack of creative solutions to problems, which can ultimately harm the group performance.
1. Lack of involvement from the employee in the decision making process leads to employees not assuming ownership of their work, contributing to low morale, lack of commitment, and manifesting in high turnover, absenteeism, and work stoppage.
2. The heavily centralized command of autocratic leadership style ensures that the system depends entirely on the leader. If the leader is strong, capable, competent, and just, the organization functions smoothly, and if the leader is weak, incompetent, or has low ethical and moral standards, the entire organization suffers for the sake of a single leader.
3. All power vested with the leader leads to risk of leaders with low moral fiber exploiting employees, indulging in favoritism and discrimination, and the
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The team also may ask questions and wait for manager’s answers before moving to the next step. This could mean less time for the managers to concentrate on their work.
Following are the characteristics of democratic leadership style:
(i) Cooperative Relations:
The chief characteristic of this style is the existence of cooperative relations among the managers and the employees. Participation in the management decisions gives the employees a feeling of self-respect, as a result of which the employees are always ready to be cooperative in every way.
(ii) Belief in Employees:
The managers inherently believe that the employees by nature want to work, do their work with interest, accept their responsibility and try to perform their work in a good manner. This faith of the managers in the employees increases their morale.
(iii) Open Communication:
This style encourages open communication among the managers and the employees. Open communication means both ways communication, meaning thereby that apart from saying their own thoughts the managers receive the suggestions of the employees with
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