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THE RELEVANCE OF THE “SCIENTIFIC THEORY BY FREDRICK TAYLOR, IDEAL TYPE OF BUREAUCRACY BY MAX WEBER, EXPENTANCY THEORY BY VICTOR VROOM” TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE.

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INTRODUCTION

Organizations have an important role in our daily lives and therefore, successful organizations represent a key ingredient for developing an organizational structure. In today’s dynamic and rapidly changing workplace and globalised economy, development of organizational performance is associated with the development personal performance, skills, knowledge and experience (Covey in Al-Kouri:2010). Baum (2002) has it that, organizational performance comprises the actual results of an organization as measured against its intended outputs, goals, or objectives. Such performance captures what organizations do, accomplish, and produce at the different sphere’s with which they interact. Therefore, the performance of an organization can be considered and measured at different levels that could be in staff performance, financial performance, market performance, and more; for the ultimate analysis of organizational goals and objective. Several theorists have tried to opine on determinants of organizational performance in different aspects, some of such scholars this paper aims to talk about includes; Fredrick Taylor, Marx Weber, and Victor Vroom. This paper aims at drawing out the importance and relevance of Fredrick Taylor, Marx Weber, and Victor Vroom’s theories to the understanding of organizational performance.

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