In the case of contingent theories, these are two forms of management. They are the mechanistic and organic system of management. In the case of mechanistic organization, they are similar to the classical theorists. These are found to be suitable for the stable environment. Organic organization is considered to be a comingling of the suitable and volatile environments. In reality, the organizations are not organic or mechanistic . The managers need to derive a system where the organization is able to differentiate between the processes and integrate certain processes. The differentiation is a process where the managerial practices are found to exist within the single organization and are diverse.
The integration is the process where the managerial processes in the company are found to be similar to one another. The companies need to devise a strategy that is based on the situation. For example, in a collectivistic country such as Vietnam and India, the people are found to be more oriented towards growing as a team. There is high level of collectivistic attitude that is reflected. However, in the case of individualistic nations such as Britain or Australia, the people are more attuned to receive remuneration. The indulgence factor and the power distance dynamics are found to be different. The same management policies cannot be applied to these places even in the same company. Hence the companies need to develop a process where all the stakeholders of the situation are benefitted.
It is evident and the managerial practices cannot be conformed into any one kind of ideology. It needs to comprise of a variety of events and variables.