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Management Theory of Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Julie Garnett, United Kingdom, Member
I am currently doing a Level 5 management course and we are looking at theories but I have to look at Kanter but cant find details of her theory. Can you help by sending me some information please?
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sherring-lucas , dental lab owner, United Kingdom, Member
Look using Rosabeth M Kanter. Harvard lecturer. Hope this helps
 

 
Leadership Theory of RM Kanter
Daniel Mitchell
Guide to management theory of Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Understanding Kanter's change model to Patricia Flinsch-Rodriguez, freelance writer, self-employed
Rosabeth Moss Kanter has written extensively on the subject of change management. Kanter's management theory provides a framework that you may use to improve your organization's efficiency.
Kanter's theory suggests that the way an organization operates is an integral component in how employees derive their attitudes and behaviors. The Moss Kanter theory proposes that employees exhibit different behaviors based upon whether certain structural supports were in place. The following precepts sum up the management theory of Rosabeth Moss Kanter:
1. Power is derived from formal and informal sources.
2. Staff requires access to resources to meet organizational goals.
3. Increase staff knowledge and skills and they will be more productive.
 

 
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