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An examination of three different organizational behavior theories - Scientific Management which was created to organize workers, managers, and operations during the Industrial Revolution and states that workers are basically machines and are easily replaced; The Human Relations Movement, which stated that human beings were more than machines; and Weber's Model of Bureaucracy which states that formal rules and behavior are bound by rules and division of labor is based on the different specializations that people have, which leads to the rational allocation of tasks.
From the Paper:"Managers are people who do things right, while leaders are people who do the right thing." Warren Bennis, Ph.D. "On Becoming a Leader". Since organizational behavior is the "study and application of knowledge about how people, individuals, and groups act in organizations", then to build an argument for or against this as a vital ingredient in the work force, we need to look at a few of the theories surrounding this study."
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