Likert"s System 4 management as a leadership style for ministry a theological critique and apologetic by Theodore J. Weeden

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Published by Center for Parish Development in [Chicago?] .

Written in English

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  • Likert, Rensis, -- 1903-,
  • Christian leadership,
  • Leadership in the Bible

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Statementby Theodore J. Weeden, Sr.
SeriesA Center for Parish Development theological paper, [A church vitalization] resource -- no. 4545
ContributionsCenter for Parish Development
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LC ClassificationsBV652.1 W4
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Pagination18, [1] p. --
Number of Pages18
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Open LibraryOL15091303M

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The four systems of management system or the four leadership styles identified by Likert are: System 1 - Exploitative Authoritative: Responsibility lies in the hands of the people at the upper echelons of the hierarchy.

The superior has no trust and confidence in subordinates. Later, R. Likert described four basic systems of leadership style. System 1 (Exploitative Authoritative) includes exploitative-authoritarian leaders, i.e. leaders for whom the desire for absolute and unlimited power is characteristic.

Thus, system 1 is oriented to a problem with a rigidly structured control system. System 2 (Benevolent Authoritative) also includes authoritarian leaders. Likert's system 4 management as a leadership style for ministry: A theological critique and apologetic Unknown Binding – 1 Jan.

by Theodore J Weeden (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions click to open popoverAuthor: Theodore J Weeden. Likert 4 Management Leadership Styles study and its findings give a through the perspective of the leadership styles, and how each leadership style influences the organization’s structure, value system, attitude towards workers, productivity level, and total environment of the organization.

Likert 4 Management Leadership Styles indicates which leadership style. Likert developed four models of management which he termed systems of management. He assigned numbers 1 to 4 to his conceptual models to indicate the stages of evolution in the patterns and styles of management in organization.

System 4 of Likert’s Leadership style is close in comparison to Situational Leadership, but once again it will only be effective depending on the variables of the factors of leadership.

This style of management is likely to have a high level of performance, and in return have a high level of productivity from subordinates. Likert’s Four Systems of Management Definition: Rensis Likert along with his associates in Michigan University, USA conducted research to study the patterns and styles of managers over three decades, across organizations and developed a four-fold model of the management system that helped in understanding the leadership behavior.

He has given a continuum of four systems of management (in his management system). Likert has taken seven variables of different management systems. These variables include leadership, motivation, communication, interaction influence, decision­-making process, goal setting and control process.

Likert’s Systems of Management Leadership. The Styles, Models & Philosophy of Leadership 5 Contents 4 Leadership Models 16 Behavioral 16 Functional 19 Integrated 22 Situational 23 Trait based 33 5 Leadership Philosophy 35 Authentic Leadership 35 Ethical Leadership 35 French and Raven – Sources of Power 39 Servant Leadership   Conclusion: According to Rensis Likert, the nearer the behavioral characteristics of an organization approach System 4 (Participative), the more likely this will lead to long-term improvement in staff turnover and high productivity, low scrap, low costs, and high earnings and the organization will achieve optimum effectiveness.

Paternalistic leadership. Under this management style the leader assumes that his function is fatherly or paternal. Paternalism means papa knows best. The relationship between the leader and his group is the same as the relationship between the head of.

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Culture is influenced by leadership style and consequently, leadership style affects organizational performance. Review of Literature Leadership Styles: Leadership is a social influence process in which the leader seeks the voluntary participation of subordinates in an effort to reach organization goals A leader can be defined as a person.

Gonos, P. Gallo: Model for leadership style evaluation Rensis Likert assumed that there were four styles of leadership, developed on the basis of a three-decade research on management styles.

They are referred to as systems and defined as follows: • System 1 (exploitative - authoritative style of leadership): the leader is.

The management grid reflects five leadership styles: Leadership style 1, 1 is called ‘impoverished management.’ In this context, there is a low concern for people and low concern for tasks or production.

In other words, neither people nor production is emphasized, and little leadership is exhibited. Management Styles. Generally, three broad management styles have been acknowledged. They are: Autocratic, Paternalistic, and Democratic styles. Autocratic managers supervise subordinates very closely.

They like to make all the decisions and they are very controlling. This leadership style derives from the work of Taylor on work motivation. A classic leadership book, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change" was first published in and continues to be one of the bestselling business books — 10 million copies sold later.

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Autocratic leadership style allows the organization to benefit from the collective input provided by all employees while making decisions reasonably fast. Democratic and autocratic styles of participative leadership may seem to be very much alike, but the difference is that while autocratic leadership is more goal oriented, i.e.

to get results. Leadership Style. Later theories of leadership recognised that leaders might be usefully described in terms of what they actually do (their behavioural style), rather than just the traits that they possess.

The underlying distinction in the behavioural style approach is between two different styles of leadership: task-orientation (where. intended to determine the effect of system 4 management practices on the school productivity.

In trying to achieve the study objectives, the study (a) identified the school that reflected leadership practices in terms of System 4 theory and (b) established the effect of such system on organisational productivity.

System 4 Theory in Perspective. 1. LIKERT’S LEADERSHIP STYLES 2. Leadership styles can be identified through: how authority is used how a leader relates to others how employees minds and muscles are used how a leader communicates 3.

Good Leadership: Establishes a climate and system of management Makes optimum use of human assets and their behavioral aspects 4. System 4 is “based on supportive treatment and involvement” (p.

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Ina group of researchers led by German-American psychologist Kurt Lewin identified three major leadership styles: authoritarian or autocratic; participative or democratic; and delegative.

Complete Information about Likert 4 Management Leadership Styles. Likert and his associated old studied the patterns and style of managers for three decades at the University of Michigan, USA and identified a four-fold model of entire management systems.

This model is completely based on the various queries of the various management systems. not seem to learn that leadership style needs to be tied to the situation at hand and not to the agency.

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The 7 Steps to Frontier Leadership.), leadership style is the way in which leaders influence and stimulate the activities of the group members. In accordance with this, Lewin (Lewin, Lippit & White, ) defined three basic styles of leadership - autocratic, democratic and liberal management style.

Originally published in the 9Lenses Organizational Intelligence Blog Psychologists and management gurus have identified many leadership styles; some of which have evolved and some that have stayed.

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