Four Different Types of Management Style
For many managers, culture is a kind of ornament. The truth is that culture permeates into everywhere of corporation management and influence the whole business area. Different cultures make corporations have different corporation cultures and management style. And these lead companies have several types in the interpersonal relations and organization styles. According to my analysis, I hold the opinion that the enterprise styles can be mainly divided into four categories, including Family Type, Eiffel Tower Type, Missile Type and Hater Type. These four analogies reveal the different relationships between employees and company. Firstly, some enterprise cultures are like culture in the family and such cultures are called family type. The Japanese company has such the family type culture as well as Italy, France and Spain. They believe the most important commercial virtue is love, such as the love for people in different levels, the tolerant to the young or the respect for the elderly. They want to do better than the contracts. The family culture is hierarchy and considers power as the center. The leader is like “father” or “brother” but the power and status are considered natural. The power can’t be challengeable and the authority is based on position not the carrying out the task. In family type culture, the leader judges the situation and makes the corporation plan by his intuition. The employees will keep the pace of the leader under the pressure of moral and social power, but not the economic or legal punishment. Secondly, Eiffel Tower Type is mainly in western country with the clear division of labor about different functions and roles. These divisions of labor will be coordinated by high-level employees in the hierarchy system. In such culture, everyone’s work function is defined clearly and the performance assessment is based on the definition. As a result, the employees don’t have much space for...
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