It's Time for Theory Z

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It's Time for Theory Z
Long term employment may be seen as security of tenure. Several years ago, I carried out a study in Exeter and discovered that security of tenure topped the list of what motivated workers.
Another interesting part of Theory Z is concern for the family of the employer. In reality, do employers really care for the welfare of their staff? It would appear that most employers only want to use their employees maximally and dump them when they are old and tired.
It is hoped that the time will come when employers will value their workers as human beings with feelings and expectations and treat them as such.

Vitality of Theory Y
Mr.Mohammad Jamal Uddin, Member
Now we are living in the era of globalization. Both jobs and expertise are available. The nature of jobs are more technical and conceptual. Today industrial people demand honor, involvement and recognition. So management has no alternative then to use "Theory Y".

Theory Z and Theory Y
I am well aware that the proponents of these two theories are different scholars. Theory Y leans towards the democratic leadership style. I quite agree with Mr. Mohammed on the issue of globalisation. There is so much job mobility now that one expects that employers who wish to retain good staff will have no choice but to treat them well.



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