Principles of Bureaucratic Leadership

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Dalia Salman

Principles of Bureaucratic leadership

Leadership Style The art of leadership is to think of the leaders as steward in terms of relationship, assets, legacy, momentum, effectiveness, of civility and values (DePree 14). The leaders’ should leave behind their personal interest and promote the interest of their group. A good leader should be the role model of its constituents and his decisions should be respected and obeyed by the members. There are three standing behaviors of a leader. ❖ Goal oriented – leaders should be set in one course that will promote interest for their members. A good leader knows what steps to be done and what goals are to be achieved. He sets the priorities right in accordance to the
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This is to better understand how bureaucracy
The Nature of Bureaucracy Every organization, whether it is private or public, must be able to determine certain structures that will be useful within the organization in the end. This is because the management cannot properly implement its policies without providing a definite structure that will serve as the basis of their actions and may create the proper functions of the organization as a whole. One of these structures is bureaucracy. This term is defined as an organization set up which is in logical and rational manner for the purpose of accomplishing specific functions (Duatrich et al 228). It is said to be the common inclination of men who are employed in hierarchal organizations to follow directives and to recognize their own interest and ideas with the organization and with all those persons in it who shares this identification (Styrhe 109). Some associate it with public organizations but most use it for the operations of their private affairs. Three known individuals have their own view towards the said concept. They are Karl Marx, Max Weber and Michael Crozier. They have different views on how bureaucracy must be applied, and their views are acceptable in the management world. Max Weber saw the trend in the society wherein there are people who follow and there are the ones who appoint. In this sense, he concluded that bureaucracy is


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