Rakesh bureaucratic theory

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Rakesh bureaucratic theory

  1. 1. Presented byRakesh suthar
  2. 2. INDEXNUMBER SUBJECT1234IntroductionTypesFeaturesCriticism
  3. 3. Bureaucratic Theory by Max WeberBureaucratic Theory was developed by a GermanSociologist and political economist Max Weber (1864-1920).According to him, bureaucracy is the most efficient form oforganisation. The organisation has a well-defined line ofauthority. It has clear rules and regulations which arestrictly followed.
  4. 4. According to Max Weber, there are three types of power inan organisation :-1.Traditional Power2.Charismatic Power and3.Bureaucratic Power Or Legal Power.
  5. 5. Features of Bureaucratic Organisation :-1.There is a high degree of Division of Labour and Specialisation.2.There is a well defined Hierarchy of Authority.3.It follows the principle of Rationality, Objectively and Consistency.4.Interpersonal relations are based on positions and not on personalities.5.There are well defined Rules and Regulations. There rules cover all the dutiesand rights of the employees.6.There are well defined Methods for all types of work.7.Selection and Promotion is based on Technical qualifications.
  6. 6. Criticism of Bureaucratic Organisation:-1.Too much emphasis on rules and regulations.2.No importance is given to informal groups. Nowadays, informal groups play animportant role in all business organisations.3.Bureaucracy involves a lot of paper work. This results in lot of wastage of time,effort and money.4.There will be unnecessary delay in decision-making due to formalities and rules.5.Bureaucratic model may be suitable for government organisations. But it is notsuitable for business organisations.6.There is difficulty in coordination and communication.7.There is limited scope for Human Resource (HR).
  7. 7. CONCLUSION Institutions focus on understanding how theadministrative state functions in a democracy. Bureaucracy is a growth area in political science.
  8. 8. Thanks

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