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What statement most closely describes the difference between theory X and theory Y types of management?
Theory Y managers regard employees as intrinsically motivated. Theory X managers see workers as extrinsically motivated.
Theory X is dominant in collectivist cultures, and theory Y is dominant in individualistic cultures.
Theory X managers are more active in work groups. Theory Y managers are hands-off, letting groups work out issues on their own.
The management theories differ in regard to what jobs they delegate to workers.
Theory Y is used with workers who have a high level of optimum levels of arousal. Theory X is used with workers whose arousal levels are low.