It is the balancing of tools within the rubric of employee-supervisor roles that requires one use different managerial techniques in order to solve the problem at hand. Similarly, find ways to build and increase trust between members of the group and management and group.
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In brief, Theory Y states that management assumes employees are ambitious, self-motivated and have self-control. Employees enjoy their job and possess the ability for creative and robust problem solving. Given the proper conditions, Theory Y managers believe that employees will seek out and accept greater responsibilities and excel at their jobs. Job satisfaction is a strong motivator, and this is an optimistic, positive theory of employee relations. See: Theory X and Theory Y, (2009). Retrieved from http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/history/xy.html.
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