Human relations theory focuses on how employee productivity is influenced by social bonds and their work environment/conditions.
Traditional organizational theory includes three stems that focus on how organizations function and how they can be improved to increase and influence employee productivity.
Human relations theory differs from traditional organizational theories because it focuses on how relationships between employees influence productivity and the environment of a workplace. Meanwhile, traditional organizational theory focuses on a group rather than an individual and how the organization of a group of workers can increase productivity.
An example of human relations theory is one worker teaching his co-worker’s other ways to complete tasks that make it easier for them.
An example of traditional organizational theory is the use of supervisors that ensure lower-level employees complete their tasks in a timely manner.
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