Douglas McGregor identified two opposing perspectives (Theory X and Theory Y) that he b
Douglas McGregor identified two opposing perspectives (Theory X and Theory Y) that he believed typified managerial views of employees and suggested that management must start with the basic question of how managers see themselves in relation to others. Which of the following is not correct about his theory?
(a) Theory X managers view people as having an inherent dislike of work
(b) Theory X managers assume that people are self motivated and do not want to be directed
(c) Theory Y managers assume that the average person will accept, even seek, responsibility
(d) Theory Y managers view people as responsible and conscientious
(e) Theory Y managers assume that people are internally motivated to accomplish the goals and objectives.