Human Relations Movement (The Pygmalion Effect)
Human relations management approach was established in 1920’s as another strand in the development of modern management. More attention was directed towards human factors and especially behavior of people in workplace groups. New approaches to motivation and employee care were developed in order to increase labor efficiency. The most influential contributors to human relations approach were Elton Mayo, Abraham Maslow, and Douglas McGregor who developed their own theories and ideas of how managers should motivate their workers in order to generate maximum productivity from them.…
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