The Mark Weber model of bureaucracy believes that rational-legal authorities helped to guide the administrative structure that serves as the base for bureaucracy. His model differs from Scott, who believes that bureaucracy is development by the personnel who work in the administrative roles.
Weber defines bureaucracy as a form of power where leaders have the discipline to demonstrate power over other people. In his structure, there are some changes from the traditional structure of bureaucracy. This includes following a hierarchy that provides a right for subordinates to appeal decisions that are made by superiors, as well as appointing officials based on their technical expertise rather than creating a popularity contest with an election.