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Lecture 15 Macro Transition

Lecture 15 Macro Transition - Introduction to Macro OB...

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Introduction to Macro OB Introduction to Macro OB November 5, 2008
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Network formation over time Network formation over time MBA students networking at a cocktail party in real time. Watch out for: Circles are women, squares are men. Grey line someone they already know, blue line someone met for the first time. The larger the shape the higher the self- monitor.
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Observations Observations Very little gender homophily (or at least not as much as you would expect).- guys talked to girls Everyone said that they wanted to meet knew people but on average, they more frequently interacted with people they knew already. Self monitors talked to more people and more new people. Also spent more time alone.
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In sum: Where have we been? In sum: Where have we been? Micro Level Personality Motivation/Job Attitudes Individual decision making Meso Level Demographic diversity Organizational culture Networks
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Transition to Macro Level Transition to Macro Level Key point
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