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Organizational Objectives & Behavior 3. Commitment to organizati

3. Commitment to organizational objectives is a function of the rewards associated with their attainment. This assumption does not preclude the use of autocratic management procedures.

4. Under the right conditions, the average human learns to both accept and seek responsibility. Managers holding this assumption tend to encourage participative management programs.

5. The capacity to exercise a high degree of imagination, ingenuity, and creativity in the solution of organizational problems is widely, not narrowly, distributed in the general population. This assumption, if accepted, promotes the use of participative management techniques.

6. In the contemporary organizational environment, the intellectual potentialities of the average person are only partially utilized. Managers accepting this assumption tend to encourage the use of participative management programs.

Based on the conflicting assumptions of Theory X and Theory Y, it may be postulated that, in general, a Theory X manager believes that he or she must somehow force unwilling employees to do the work necessary to reach organizational goals (Sisk, 1992, p. 77). By contrast, it may be postulated that the Theory Y manager believes that employees will voluntarily exert the effort required to reach organizational goals, if the manager makes it known to employees that all of them will be adequately rewarded, if the goals are attained.

Theory Z is William Ouchi's answer to Japanese management for America

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