Contingency Leadership Theory

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According to Vincent (2010) management by objectives (MBO) is an approach in which a balance is desired among the objectives of employees and the company. Moreover, However, Peter Drucker’s basic principle is that management by objectives is to simplify joint objectives whereby feedback is provided o such outcome.
Moreover, setting challenging but achievable objectives enhance empowerment and motivation of the employees. Also, by improving dedication, opportunity is given to the managers to focus on innovative ideas that are new that assist to the development and objectives of the organisation. However, a set of conditions must be met. These are:
• The objectives are decided with the employees
• The objectives are prepared with quantitative
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Moreover, as this theory suggest that leaders that are more successful are those that are capable in adapting their leadership to circumstances and by looking at cues for instance, the type of task given by employees at Ford Motors, the groups nature and other things that will contribute so that the work can be done. This type of theory is also referred to as the Hersey-Blanchard whereby he makes mention of four different types of…show more content…
Also, each circumstances is different and the example leader-led circumstance will be different, as well.

• Account is based on different situations, although in a general way
• The theory is a common-sense perception of the world to the ones that realised dynamics of the system and context are an important aspect of a leader-led circumstance.
• The contingency theory inspired thought about a specific view of a leader-led circumstances that need more strong focus.
• The theory might be declared in too common way to have particular practical value.
• recognizing the view of a circumstance can be highly personal and might not capture the truth of a leader-led circumstance
• Any validation and confirmation of a system that is modelled is inherently
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