What is behavioral management theory?

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The behavioral management theory tries to explain human behavior at work. It looks at the conflict, motivation, dynamics, productivity and expectations of humans and their work behavior. Abraham Maslow developed the need theories. The theory assumes three things. It assumes that people are never satisfied, that the behavior is direct to meet the need for satisfaction, and that needs are classified from lowest to the highest in a hierarchical structure of importance. This can be studied further in university cources.
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