OMIS 352 class 23 - 12Apr2016

OMIS 352 class 23 - 12Apr2016 - 7 Ethics& Leadership •...

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IT Project Management OMIS 352 Class 23 – 11 April 2016 Prof. John Pendergrass 1
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Content Project team leadership Prof. John Pendergrass 2
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Project Leadership What is a leader? Being able to get people to do what you believe needs to be done. Prof. John Pendergrass 3
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Project Leadership Approaches to leadership 1. Model the way 2. Inspire a shared vision 3. Challenge the process 4. Enable others to act 5. Encourage the heart Prof. John Pendergrass 4
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Project Leadership Leadership styles: Coercive Authoritative Affiliative Democratic Pacesetting Coaching Prof. John Pendergrass 5
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Project Leadership Emotional Intelligence: Self-awareness Self-management Social awareness Social skills Prof. John Pendergrass 6
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Ethics & Leadership Unethical Not Always Clear Usually Clear Ethical Usually Clear Not Always Clear Legal Illegal Prof. John Pendergrass
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Unformatted text preview: 7 Ethics & Leadership • Unethical leadership • HypocriTcal leadership • Ethically neutral leadership • Ethical leadership Prof. John Pendergrass 8 Ethics & Leadership Making sound ethical decisions 1. Gather the facts 2. DeFne the ethical issue 3. IdenTfy the a±ected stakeholders 4. IdenTfy the consequences Prof. John Pendergrass 9 Ethics & Leadership Making sound ethical decisions 5. IdenTfy the obligaTons 6. Consider your character and integrity 7. ±hink creaTvely about acTons 8. Check your intuiTon Prof. John Pendergrass 10 Multicultural Projects • InternaTonal project • Understanding diversity Prof. John Pendergrass 11 Assignment Read chapter 10, Leading the Project Team, and the case studies. Prof. John Pendergrass 12...
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