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Introduction
This assignment is about “bureaucracy is no longer applicable today's business environment” this is expression is support with organisation management theory , which explain bureaucracy with examples of a current organisation and using bureaucracy theory what are the disadvantages and advantages . Why it is not applicable? With finding if it is not applicable what will be the theory can use today organisation This discussion will end with conclusion and recommendation, limitation of 1500 words. Organisation theories

Management now know or been used as organisational. It could be private or public. Management is a procedure which involves guild lines to group of people to award structural goals. Business environment change rapidly day to day. This increasing development made management difficult part of taking risk in order to make profit. However the organisation grows problem will be complex and classification to accomplished .therefore the companies are forced to change in responses to the internal and external. Different writers came up with their own thinking point of view; the writers were called “classical school” this study began in 19th centuries. Classical model is the oldest management thought . The main concern was how to control work place and the work efficiently. Sub division of classical school are scientific management, administrative management and bureaucratic management. Scientific management (1880)

This management is more likely systemic study of working style in teams of developing efficiency. Frederick. Taylor (1856-1917) defines as “the works should know exactly what they suppose to do and do it accordingly, genuinely, responsible way and cheapest way. This system was in used in 20th centuries. The main features are:

* Job analysis
* Planning and doing
* Training their duties
* Cooperation
* Specification
This method was to root in many developing organisations industries during the heyday of mass production in 21 century. Eg: the success of such business like ford motor companies , uses of Taylor's method, there more such as fast food outlets, call centres and theme parks .there job roles fairly tightly defined and employees action are carefully controlled. Administrative management (1940s)

The main target is on management process and principal of management. “In comparing to scientific management, which deals with jobs and work at personal level of analysis” reference of business. Henri Fayol (1841-1925) the father of the Morden management theory .according to his view , day to day management work is characterised by a large number of varied task and problems demanding rapid judgement and responses. Then he divided management role 14 principles. And 5 process which are * Planning: looking ahead, evaluate the future and making supply. * Dominant: making sure the organisation matching the planning output. * Managing (coordinating)

* Leading
* Organising
Bureaucratic management (1930- 1959)
Max Weber introduce the term of bureaucratic, which describe large organisational structure. Weber “focused on dividing organisations to hierarchies, establishing strong line of authority and control. He suggest organisation develop comprehensive and detailed stand operating procedures for all routed task” free management library. General features of bureaucracy is a formal enlisting process .eg china was selected officials cased on their performance by testing “Confucian classics” The determined reasons for the approach of the bureaucratic organisation have always been it purely skilled of high quality. “the fully developed bureaucratic mechanism compares with other organisations exactly as does the machine with the non-mechanical modes of productive” Bureaucratic characterised as:

* It is classified accordingly to various criteria in to successive levels in relationship, completion in one main “at the top”. * Effort to dictated all...
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