Mary Parker Follett

Mary Parker Follett

Mary Parker Follett proposed that, ‘knowledge and expertise, rather than managers’ formal authority deriving from their position in the hierarchy, should decide who

would lead at any particular moment’ (Waddell, Jones & George 2013, p. 44). Discuss

Mary Parker Follett proposed that, ‘knowledge and expertise, rather than managers’ formal authority deriving from their position in the hierarchy, should decide who

would lead at any particular moment’ (Waddell, Jones & George 2013, p. 44).

Introduction

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Mary Parker Follett’s proposal

With the knowledge that Mary Parker Follett proposed that ‘knowledge and expertise, rater than managers’ formal authority deriving from their position in the hierarchy

should decide who would lead at any particular moment’ (Waddell, Jones & George 2013, p. 44) and the ability to reflect on this as a new management
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Taylor
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Fayol
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How they come together
Conclusion

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