The managerial grid, propounded by Robert Blake and Mouton is a well-developed approach
The managerial grid, propounded by Robert Blake and Mouton is a well-developed approach to defining leadership styles. They argue that managerial behavior is a function of two variables. i.e., concern for production and concern for people. They use the managerial grid as a framework to help managers learn what their leadership style is and to track their movement toward the ideal management style. According to the managerial grid, which of the following managerial styles is also known as 'organization-man-management'?
[C]Country club management