Term paper on "some selected theories and concept of management''Course Title: Advanced ManagementSubmitted to: Md Mosharraf HossainAssociate professorDepartment of Management studiesSubmitted by:Md Muntasir RafyRoll:309-16-0534/13/2011Department of Management StudiesUniversity of DhakaLETTER OF TRANSMITTAL13, April 2011Md.Mosharraf HossainAssociate Professor Department of Management Studies, Faculty of Business Studies, University of DhakaSub: Submission of Term Paper on ‘' some selected theories and concept of management''Dear Sir,We have much pleasure in enclosing our Term Paper on "some selected theories and concept of management" for the course ‘Advanced Management', under your kind supervision and cooperation. Thank you for your sincere and honest effort to help us get familiar with the different aspects of Advanced Management.I, herewith take the opportunity to thank you for your kind coordination and supervision for us during the course.Sincerely YoursMd.
MUNTASIR RAFYID # 3-09-16-053AcknowledgementFirst of all we thank the Almighty Allah for enabling me to complete the task of producing this term paper. My work on preparing a term paper on "some selected theories and concept of management " is a great experience for me in light of the course "Advanced Management".I am grateful to our honourable teacher Md.Mosharraf Hossain, Associate Professor,Dept of Management Studies, University of Dhaka, for his sincere guidance to prepare this report & gather huge practical and realistic knowledge.
Iwould like to thank my all who supported mein completing the study successfully.Table of ContentsS/L Title Page Number 1 TheoryX 5 2 Theory Y 5-6 3 Theory Z 6 4 Hawthorne's Study 6-10 5 Organizational Environment Theory 10-11 6 Management by objective 13-15 7 Decision Making Theory 15-16 8 Management Grid Theory 16-19 Theory X Theory Y Theory X Theory Y McGregor, Douglas 1960.Douglas McGregor, an American social psychologist, proposed his famous Theory X and Theory Y models in his book 'The Human Side Of Enterprise' (1960). Theory XAssumptions? Humans inherently dislike working and will to avoid it if they can. ? Because people dislike work they have to be coerced or controlled by management and threatened so they work hard enough. ? Average employees want to be directed.
? People don't like responsibility.. ? Average humans are clear and unambiguous and.