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Neo Neo Neo Essay

2589 words - 11 pages

1) Both theories were based on certain assumptions and in both cases assumptions were found unrealistic and not applicable to the organizations at a later date 
2) Both theories had limited applicability and were not universal in their approach. With the changing times several other sectors had cropped up and dynamics and working conditions were changing, whereas both the theories were based primarily on manufacturing sector.
3) Though both the theories were based on human aspect and laid emphasis on it they failed to take into account all the aspects of the human behavior
4) Both the theories took a rigid and static view of the organization, whereas an organization is not static but ...view middle of the document...

With the changing times several other sectors had cropped up and dynamics and working conditions were changing, whereas both the theories were based primarily on manufacturing sector.
3) Though both the theories were based on human aspect and laid emphasis on it they failed to take into account all the aspects of the human behavior
4) Both the theories took a rigid and static view of the organization, whereas an organization is not static but dynamic
Many management Gurus believe that neo classical theory is just a slight extension of the classical theory with slight modifications and its bankrupt, because it suggests nothing new

1) Both theories were based on certain assumptions and in both cases assumptions were found unrealistic and not applicable to the organizations at a later date 
2) Both theories had limited applicability and were not universal in their approach. With the changing times several other sectors had cropped up and dynamics and working conditions were changing, whereas both the theories were based primarily on manufacturing sector.
3) Though both the theories were based on human aspect and laid emphasis on it they failed to take into account all the aspects of the human behavior
4) Both the theories took a rigid and static view of the organization, whereas an organization is not static but dynamic
Many management Gurus believe that neo classical theory is just a slight extension of the classical theory with slight modifications and its bankrupt, because it suggests nothing new

1) Both theories were based on certain assumptions and in both cases assumptions were found unrealistic and not applicable to the organizations at a later date 
2) Both theories had limited applicability and were not universal in their approach. With the changing times several other sectors had cropped up and dynamics and working conditions were changing, whereas both the theories were based primarily on manufacturing sector.
3) Though both the theories were based on human aspect and laid emphasis on it they failed to take into account all the aspects of the human behavior
4) Both the theories took a rigid and static view of the organization, whereas an organization is not static but dynamic
Many management Gurus believe that neo classical theory is just a slight extension of the classical theory with slight modifications and its bankrupt, because it suggests nothing new

1) Both theories were based on certain assumptions and in both cases assumptions were found unrealistic and not applicable to the organizations at a later date 
2) Both theories had limited applicability and were not universal in their approach. With the changing times several other sectors had cropped up and dynamics and working conditions were changing, whereas both the theories were based primarily on manufacturing sector.
3) Though both the theories were based on human aspect and laid emphasis on it they failed to take into account all the aspects of the human...

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