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by Elliott Jaques (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0435824785. His theory makes so much sense. Clearly, there are some jobs for which it would not apply, like professional athletes, but for the most part, matching a person to a job based on the time span of thinking the person is capable of compared to the time span needed to successfully do the job is, to me, such a no-brainer. The objective is to match the person to the job so the person will be happy and fulfilled doing that job.
In his book A General Theory of Bureaucracy, first published in 1976, Dr. Elliott Jaques describes . The definition of effective bureaucratic hierarchy by Elliott Jaques is of importance not only to sociology but to social psychology, social anthropology, economics, politics, and social philosophy. Elliott Jaques describes the discovery of a universal and uniform underlying structure of managerial or work levels in the bureaucratic hierarchy for any type of employment systems.
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A theory of bureaucracy. theory of bureau cratic decisionmaking aimed at achieving such predictability. Chicago to The RAND Corporation, Introduction. still primarily a term of scorn, even though bureaus are among the most important institutions. Not only do bureaus provide employment for. nation in. very significant fraction of the. for. critical decisions which shape the. and of nearly everyone. Yet economists and. political scientists have largely ignored bureaucratic decisionmaking of how the world operates.
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A General Theory of Bureaucracy, Heinemann, 1976; reprint, Gower, 1986.
The Canadian-born psychologist's work on the nature of hierarchy spans half a century and is based on extensive field data on how people behave at work and how they feel about their roles. A General Theory of Bureaucracy, Heinemann, 1976; reprint, Gower, 1986.
Elliott Jaques, A General Theory of Bureaucracy, Heinemann, London, 1976. J. E. T. Eldridge (a1). University of Glasgow. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 January 2009.
Analysing business, the army and our midlife crises. He wrote more than 20 books, including Requisite Organisation (1996), General Theory Of Bureaucracy (1976), and The Social Power Of The CEO (2001). With his wife, Kathryn Cason, he also wrote Human Capability (1994). A fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatry, he was a visiting professor at George Washington University, in Washington DC, an honorary professor of Buenos Aires University and emeritus professor at Brunel. He is survived by his wife, daughter Gemma, stepson Steven and stepdaughter Rebecca.
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