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Avoiding confrontation (unless you are genuinely being bullied, which is a different matter) Perhaps the most noticeable aspects of McGregor's XY Theory - and the easiest to illustrate - are found in the behaviours of autocratic managers and organisations which use autocratic management styles. McGregor's X-Y theory is a salutary and simple reminder of the natural rules for managing people, which under the pressure of day-to-day business are all too easily forgotten. stream Be aware also that many X-Theory managers are forced to be X-Theory by the short-term demands of the organisation and their superiors - an X-Theory manager is usually someone with their problems, so try not to give them any more. Results-driven and deadline-driven, to the exclusion of everything else, Issues threats to make people follow instructions, Unconcerned about staff welfare, or morale, Proud, sometimes to the point of self-destruction, Fundamentally insecure and possibly neurotic, Withholds rewards, and suppresses pay and remunerations levels, Scrutinises expenditure to the point of false economy, Seeks culprits for failures or shortfalls, Seeks to apportion blame instead of focusing on learning from the experience and preventing recurrence, Takes criticism badly and likely to retaliate if from below or peer group, Poor at proper delegating - but believes they delegate well, Holds on to responsibility but shifts accountability to subordinates, Relatively unconcerned with investing in anything to gain future improvements, Theory X managers (or indeed Theory Y managers displaying Theory X behaviour) are primarily, Theory X managers generally don't understand or have an interest in human issues, so don't try to appeal to their sense of humanity or morality, If an X Theory boss tells you how to do things in ways that are not comfortable or right for you, then don't questioning the process, simply. Landau and Mean Field Theory 7.1 Landau theory ... mean eld theory. Disclaimer: Reliance on this material and any related provision is at your sole risk. People will apply self-control and self-direction in the pursuit of organisational objectives, without external control or the threat of punishment. EB&�g�o4�'�? The Ising model can only be exactly solved in one and two dimensions, although these solutions are not very simple. The average person prefers to be directed; to avoid responsibility; is relatively unambitious, and wants security above all else. Selecting this option will search the current publication in context. 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Please note, they were not created by McGregor. Please use it as such. The Need for Authority and Power (n-pow), McClelland's Three Types of Motivation Practical Application, McClelland's Theory Experimental Evidence, Characteristics and Attitudes of Achievement-Motivated People, The Role of Inputs and Outputs in Equity Theory, Main Elements, Principles and Terminology, Automatic vs Reflective Systems Of Thinking, Same free XY Theory test tool - two-page version with clearer layout and scoring - (pdf), Same free XY Theory test tool - two-page version with clearer layout and scoring - (doc version), Next: David Mcclelland - Achievement Motivation. {`�c�Fl�hQ�)YҘ%R�l The XY model is a 2d field theory where the value of the field is constrained to lie on a circle. This approximation breaks down in low dimensions, for reasons ... Simiilarly, for an n-component spin (n= 2 is usually called the XY model, n= 3 the Heisenberg), one would consider a functional F(M~(x)). Effort in work is as natural as work and play. McGregor's XY Theory remains central to organisational development, and to improving organisational culture. >> In this section we will go through in detail a mean field approximation which is always the first recourse If you need an account, please register here. Businessballs Ltd assumes no responsibility for any errors or damages arising as a result of use.