Create a 7 pages page paper that discusses organisational analysis with reference to social work. A bureaucracy can be defined as an organisational system that uses systems and procedures, division of labour (or separation and designation of functions) and a hierarchical structure in executing controls over an entire organisation’s system, on the one hand.On the other hand, the human relations theory is premised upon the belief that employees are motivated by financial rewards and social factors such as the feeling of professional attainment, a sense of belonging among the staff and taking pride in one’s work or profession. The human relations theory stems from empirical studies that were carried out in the 1920s and the 1930s. This theory posits that attitudes, leadership styles and relationships are important in the existence, performance, stability and progress of an organisation.According to Beddoe & Maidment (2009, pp. 75-8), bureaucratic structures have existed as early as 3,500 BC, though the phrase bureaucracy is dated back to the mid 18th century AD and is attributed to Jacques Claude M. V. de Gournay. Despite the negative stereotypes that have been used to describe and disqualify bureaucracy, sociologists such as Max Weber have always contested the idea that ideal bureaucracy aims at achieving and maintaining speed, precision, knowledge of the files, unambiguity and continuity so that bureaucracy enjoys more superiority over other forms of organisational or management theories. For this, the need to enhance proper handling of information became more pronounced alongside characteristics such as ruled-based operations, hierarchy and technical competence, after the input of Max Weber.The advent of the human relations movement, on the other hand, dates back to the 1930s and was a culmination of studies on the effects of motivation, employee satisfaction and social relations on industrial productivity.