Max Weber’s formulation of the management of and effects of a bureaucratic system

“The fate of our times is characterized by rationalization and intellectualization and, above all, by the disenchantment of the world.”

“The decisive means for politics is violence.”

 

His writings on power, authority, bureaucracy, capitalism and

methodology shaped much early organizational research

Thanks to Max Weber for:               Concerns for the relationship between organizations

and society, why organizations exist, how they facilitate collective action,

and the dynamics of power, authority and domination

Contributions in economic history, and economic theory and methodology

The unusual university education and career of Weber by today’s standards enabled him to broaden his scope to embrace history, economics and philosophy and show a facility with languages.

Things that Max Weber did:

  • Weber’s thinking was strongly influenced bythe German idealism and specifically by neo-Kantianism,
  • Weber was concerned with the question ofobjectivity and subjectivity
  • By rationalization, Weber understood the individual cost-benefit calculation; and the wider, bureaucratic organization of the organizations.
  • Weber formulated athree-component theory of stratification having social class, social status and political party as the conceptually distinct elements.
  • Max Weber was a pioneer to delineate a connection existing between capitalism and exceptionalism
  • Weber regardedeconomic calculation as well as the double-entry bookkeeping method of business accounting as one of the most crucial forms of rationalization that are connected with the development of modern capitalism
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