|Robert Tannenbaum and Warren H. Schmidt|
Decisions take into account the best interests of the employees as well as the business, often more so than interests of the individual manager. Communication is downward. Feedback and questioning authority are absent as respect to superiors and group harmony are central characteristics within the culture.
An Asian Paternalistic style means that the manager makes decisions from a solid understanding of what is desired and best by both consumers and staff.
Management styles are the ways managers make their decision and relate to their subordinates.
Some managements styles maybe best for the situation and some can not be.
A manager should be a dynamic person who has insight into many types of management styles and can combine them.
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