Posted by: Robert Davis
Accountability, Behavioral Management, Benchmarking, Goals, Management by Objectives, MBO, Planning Committee, Resource Allocation, Responsibility
There exist various theories regarding managing employees. Behavioral management theorists believe leadership traits are not genetic. Thus, leaders assume distinct behaviors that can be studied and applied according to individual perceptions of assigned responsibility. When an individual is consigned leadership, managerial responsibility for the assignment’s duration is implied, if not explicitly stated.