theory of administrative behaviour

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The theory of administrative behaviour is a generic term used to describe the process by which people within organizations work. The theory is credited to Herbert Simon, and in particular to Simonís findings about how organizations function that run counter to other, classical approached. For example, Simon (1976) clarified the processes by which goal specificity and formalization contribute to rational behavior in organizations. He criticizes Fayol's platitudes and Taylor's "economic man" assumptions, proposing the "administrative man" who pursues his self-interests but often doesn't know what they are, is aware of only some of the possible decision alternatives, and is willing to settle for an adequate solution than continue looking for an optimal one. more
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