The Theory Of The Australian Human Resource Institute

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Executive summary
Through the need of a change within the management of the Australian Human Resource institute this report has outlined efficient ways in improving the success rate of the Australian manufacturing sectors. However, in discovering the right way to dealt the management different theories have been looked upon. The classical 1909 theory was proposed by Frederick Winslow Taylor, which explained that improving management is based on the efficiency and productivity of the employees. This is deemed in Taylor believing that all workers were motivated by the external reward. That being money, so he promoted the idea of "a fair day 's pay for a fair day 's work. In context meaning, “if a worker didn 't achieve enough in a day, he didn 't deserve to be paid as much as another worker who worked well and was highly productive.” However the classical scientific method can be criticized through mainly focusing on the mechanics, and in whole fails to value the people side of work, with that being the motivation and the workplace satisfaction being key elements in an efficient and productive organization. Therefore a Behavioural theory can be argued to be the better approach in creating a new strategy. With Behavioural approach beginning in the 1920s with theorists discovering that there is a larger concern with employees well being and encourages management approaches that consider the employee as a motivated worker who genuinely wants to work. However, Abraham Maslow…
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