2 Models of O. B. Autocratic model Custodial model Supportive model Collegial modelSystem modelAll department are free to select any model
3 Managerial orientation Employee psychological result Models of O. B. ChartAutocraticCustodialSupportiveCollegialSystemBasic of modelPowerEconomic resourcesLeadershipPartnershipTrust communityManagerial orientationAuthorityMoneySupportTeam workCaring, compassionEmployee orientationObedienceSecurity & benefitsJob performanceResponsible behaviorPsychological ownershipEmployee psychological resultDependence on bossDependence on organizationParticipationSelf disciplineSelf motivationEmployee needs metSubsistenceSecurityStatus and recognitionSelf actualizationWide rangePerformance resultMinimumPassive co-operationAwakened drivesModerate enthusiasmPassion and commitment to org. goalsExampleSecurity departmentInsurance departmentMiddle level managementHR department
4 Autocratic Model Where you expect less output from employee When starting new organizationFound in security department
5 Custodial ModelManager has the right to decide about the salary packagesComplete the task and get financial benefitIf they don’t get job security then employee may put the papers and leaveFound in production department
6 Supportive Model Employee wants to complete the job in the best way Organization will give promotion to sub-ordinatesFount in middle level management
7 Collegial ModelAll the subordinates with manager can be part of making a plan i.e. group planFound in HR department where presidents are meeting managers
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