Industrial Bureaucracy

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What is Industrial Bureaucracy?

Industrial bureaucracy is the hierarchical arrangement of managements seen in the industrial world. Industrial bureaucracy represents complete control of the management, and this control may suppress the needs of the individual for the benefit of everyone. An industrial bureaucracy is run by rules and regulations. The functions it performs are clear and concise, and are performed in a mechanistic way. The owner of the organization may not necessarily be the highest ranking official; leadership depends upon the qualifications of the person.

Additional Readings:

1. Palekar Tribunal
2. Functions and Concepts of Industrial Management
3. Maladjusted Worker
4. Contract Work
5. Industrial Bureaucracy
6. Elements of an Organization
7. Scope, Aims, Objectives of Personnel Management
8. Recruitment and Major Recruitment Channels
9. Obstacles of Indian Trade Unions
10. Impact of Industrialization on Social Life
11. Automation and Steps Involved
12. Advantages and Disadvantages of Broker Recruitment
13. Causes and Consequences of Industrial Disputes

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