'Behaviourist' Management Theory?

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makumborenga, Student (University), Zimbabwe
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  Shruti Misra, Coach, India
 

Behaviourist Management Theory

I think it refers to how to make behavioral changes in employees in order to achieve their goals and organizational objectives. Behavioral changes in any individual results in a more focused professional who strives to achieves his targets.
In that sense, behavioural management theory would help you how to manage different kinds of skill sets of employees of your future company and how to go about the process.

 
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