Episode 109: Douglas McGregor's Theory X & Theory Y





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Published on Jun 13, 2013

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Developed in 1960 by Douglas McGregor, Theory X & Theory Y presents two contrasting views of human behavior in the workplace. As the classical theory of human behavior, Theory X presents employees as lazy, unambitious individuals who need to be directed and controlled to accomplish organizational objecties. The alternative theory, Theory Y, presents employees in general as motivated, ambitious individuals who take a genuine interest in their work and are motivated by more than simply the fulfillment of physiological and security needs.

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