The human relations approach constituted the second major approach to administration. In response to perceived defects of the classical school of management thought which ignored or underestimated the human factor in administration, the Human Relations Movement emerged. Its major exponents were Mary Follet, Elton Mayo and McGregor. The human resource frame is built on the following pillars:
1. 1. Organisations exist to serve human needs rather than the reverse
2. 2. People and organisations need each other: organisations need ideas, energy, and talent; people need careers, salaries, and opportunity
3. 3. When the fit between individual and system is poor, one or both suffer: individuals will be exploited or will exploit the organisation-or both will become victims.4. A good fit benefits both: individuals find meaningful and satisfying work, and organisations get the talent and energy they need to succeed
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