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Although in one sense it is larger than both and in another it is the servant of both. Neither is power the same as responsibility, which is the accountability and usually the formal accountability that each individual has for his or her job in the organisation.
Understanding Authority Authority refers to the formal power to act, conferred on an individual to enable him to fulfil his responsibilities. It is usually fairly well-defined in order to limit the powers available to the individual Cole Traditional Authority is the type of authority where the traditional rights of a powerful and dominant individual or group are accepted, or at least not challenged, by subordinate individuals.
These could be i religious, sacred, or spiritual forms, ii well established and slowly changing culture, or iii tribal, family, or clan type structures. Different types of traditional authority might be i gerontocracy or rule by elders, ii patriarchalism where positions are inherited.
Charismatic Authority defined by Weber as, "resting on devotion to the exceptional sanctity, heroism or exemplary character of an individual person, and of the normative patterns or order revealed or ordained by him" Weberp That is, charisma is a quality of an individual personality that is considered extraordinary, and followers may consider this quality to be endowed with supernatural, superhuman, or exceptional powers or qualities.
Whether such powers actually exist or not is irrelevant — the fact that followers believe that such powers exist is what is important. It can also be referred to as sapiential knowledge. Although Weber did not deny that a charismatic leader may have outstanding characteristics, his sense of charisma was more dependent on the group of disciples and the way that they define the charismatic leader.
Legal or Rational Authority. This is authority or legitimate domination resting on "rational grounds — resting on a belief in the legality of enacted rules and the right of those elevated to authority under such rules to issues commands" Weberp. There are various ways that legal authority could develop.
Systems of convention, laws and regulation develop in many societies, and there are many different principles of legality that occur.
This rational-legal form of authority may be challenged by those who are subordinate. This challenge is generally unlikely to result in dramatic changes in the nature of the system very quickly. He identified five basic forms of Authority and defined these in the following terms: An example of this is the authority of the manager of a business.
The wise manager recognises that the employee has knowledge about her or his job which the manager cannot possess. Charismatic Authority — literally God given Authority—the right to be heard by reason of the religious, or pseudo-religious, mantle borne by the person.
Commonly this is bestowed upon the clergy of the various world religions, but can be a feature of other ideologies. Moral Authority — the right to be heard because the person is trying to bring about an improvement to the situation.
Role and Role Relationship Understanding Role and Role Relationship Role is the pattern of behaviour expected by others, from a person occupying a certain position in an organisational hierarchy Huczynski and Buchanan The concept of role is one that has been used extensively to understand the behaviour of people in organisations.
A person may be observed in a single role, e. Definitions of role can depend on how they are to be used.Discuss the concept of power from both a management and worker perspective and provide some examples.
Management of activities in every company needs exercising of power. According to Asenov, using power potential is actually exercising of power - statement, that is not exactly right and the author himself is the first to oppose it several.
nitions of the concept of power are likely to be useful in theoretical systems with a relatively large pay-off in the hard coin of scientific understanding.
The evidence is not yet in. I think it can be shown, however, that to define the concept “power” in a way that.
These concepts are explored through the perspectives of Niccolo Machiavelli who provides insight on power, John Locke who states the manner in which authority(the right to rule) is established, Thomas Hobbes, who shares the means in which authority's maintained and Plato with his idea of legitimacy- rightfulness in rule.
Key concepts explored [Introduction to key concepts explored] Introduction. Throughout Sociology: A global introduction, keywords are introduced regularly in bold – and followed by a brief one line definition in italics. At the end of the book, you can find all these words collated.
The group in power will also regulate and control free. Rather than exploring once again what the concept of power can mean for constructivists, this article analyses what constructivism implies for doing a conceptual analysis; here, of power.
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