Session 21 - Power _ Politics Part 1 Fall 2009

Session 21 - Power _ Politics Part 1 Fall 2009 - IOE 421...

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IOE 421 Work Organizations IOE 421 Work Organizations Session 21 Understanding Power and Politics (Part 1) November 18, 2009
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Complete Lecture on Leadership vs. Management Lecture on Power and Politics: Two Part Series (Sessions 21 and 22) Next Class Assignments Trajectory to End of Semester Our Agenda, Today and Upcoming
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Lecture on Power and Politics: Power, Authority, and the Difference Organizational Power Forms Discussion: “You Are Where You Sit” Article In Class Activity – “The IOE 421 Auction” Individual (Managerial) Power: Identifying Managerial Expressions of Power: Low vs. High Status Power Characterizations Identifying Power Symbols: Totems Organizational Politics Political Tactics for Using Power Reward Systems Next Lecture (22) Today’s Lecture (21) Our Agenda, Today and Upcoming
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Rounding Out the Manager’s Job (Mintzberg) Study of management has devolved into studying individual behaviors: Leading Controlling Communicating, etc Good management is actually integrating all these behaviors A new management model would be: Core Roles: Person, Framework of job, Job agenda Surrounding Roles (3 levels): Managing by information, managing through people, managing action, each carried inside and outside the organization Management has to be “well-rounded” to succeed A Tour of Management / Leadership Thinking
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Example: Situational Leadership Model 1 / Able Willing Able Unwilling Unable Willing Unable Unwilling If Capability of Employee is…… Ex: Military Draftee Ex: High Performance Employee Ex: Disgruntled or Burned Out Employee Ex: New Employee 1 / Hersey, P., Blanchard, K.H, and Johnson, D.E., Management of Organizational Behavior : Leading Human Resources, 8 th edition, Prentice Hall, 2007
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Uncomfortable With Confidence In Uncomfortable With No Confidence In Comfortable With No Confidence In Comfortable With Confidence In Then Management View of Employee is…. Example:
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Session 21 - Power _ Politics Part 1 Fall 2009 - IOE 421...

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