A model for organization that is designed to accomplish tasks with the maximum efficiency possible.
Beliefs, values, practices, and customs that are handed down from generation to generation in society.
Calculated, practical, cost-benefit reasoning designed to accomplish tasks efficiently.
The movement from traditional ways of thinking, behaving, and feeling, to modern, rational ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
Max Weber argued that the bureaucratic organizational form is characterized by six features: 1) Specialization and Division of Labor; 2) Hierarchical Authority Structures; 3) Rules and Regulations; 4) Technical Competence Guidelines; 5) Impersonality and Personal Indifference; 6) A Standard of Formal, Written Communications.