The Application Of Managment Theories In A Grocery Store
From seven a.m. in the morning till eleven p.m. there are always cash registers to be run, and cashiers to be managed. So therefore there must be managers to manage the cashiers. The mere difference between these managers is how they choose to see their employees in their working environment. In the following paper the distinction of different managing theories will be applied to the front end of a grocery store and associates. These three theories are the commonly known as X, Y and Z, theories.
First off the front end must be analyzed at its current state. There are two types of associates on the front end those do want to be there and those do not want to be there. When looking at this from a manager?s point of view you must be flexible in your analysis of the people that are working for you. In the first category you have the people that are over zealous and happy to be working, finding people like this at an average store will be seemingly challenging. Then you have the people that are either not motivated to be working with a happy attitude
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