SOCA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: United States, Working Animal, Milgram Experiment
Laissez-faire leadership- (no direction and lets the subordinates to work things largely on their own) from a french expression let them do , this works best with members who are highly expirenced, trained, motivated and educated. Authoritarian leadership-demand strict compliance from subordinates, war or emergency room of the hospital-works best in. Democratic leadership- guidance, all group members in the decision making process. Taking the best ideas from the group and moulding them into a strategy with which all can identify. Outside crisis situations, democratic leadership is usually the most effective leadership style. Large bureaucratic organization sometimes find themselves unable to compete against smaller, have flatter and more democratic organizational structures multiple lines of communication produce more satisfied workers, happier clients and bigger profits. Organizational environment- comprises a host of economic, political and cultural factors that lie outside an organization and affect the way it works. Survived childhood lived relatively long, secure, leisurely, healthy and happy lives.