Organizational Theories and Management

It centered its attention more on carrying out the tasks at the lower levels and as such there was less accountability and answers when it came to the top management hierarchy present within the organization and indeed running the whole show. (Monin, 2004) This seems like a joke in the present-day organizational theories since the same present a changed stance as the times have moved on. The organizational theories of the past thus have completely faded out and the contemporary management perspective with the new organizational theories has superseded it on all counts. At present, the work is supposed to be carried out by a basis of sharing and caring within the organization’s regimes which were not the case in the 20th-century settings of the organizational settings.
With the changing times, the organizational theories and management regimes have presented a whole new face when one compares the same in line with the organizational undertakings of the 20th century. It is a fact that the changing times have seen that these theories have seemed to become obsolete and bogus as the business world has evolved and so have the different methodologies and the means through which business operations are carried the day in day out. (Casson, 2001) One needs to realize the fact that business is a consistently changing world and in this world only the people who are ready to change are successful. Thus to put it in the related context, change is the only constant in the world and in the business scheme of things. Organizations that have stagnated over a period of time and which did not change because of one pressure or the other have usually died out pretty quickly. (Cummings, 2002) Similarly, the old organizational theories and management hierarchies did not focus on the prerogatives which were important in the related settings and hence the gaps have been plugged in the present times, so much so that the current&nbsp.organizational theories and management perspectives look like a piece of sheer criticism on the preceding theories.&nbsp.