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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style BUAD 304 Leading Organizations Lecture Session #1 Introduction to Course Course Format 3 Parts Online lecture (weekly) Discussion section (weekly) Lecture section (bi-weekly) Grading done by discussion section instructor (Chris or Jody) Visit me email to set up an Themes Organizational success Leading organizations Personal success Finding the right career for you Finding the right coworkers/partners Being influential and interacting effectively with others Organization Success Strategy Finance Accounting Marketing Operations Communications Organizational Behavior About 60 years old Contributing Disciplines Psychology (personality, cognitive, social) Sociology Anthropology Political science What we study Individuals Groups & Teams Organization Structures PLUS: Interactions between these levels Outcomes Productivity Absenteeism Turnover Deviant Workplace Behavior Organizational Citizen Behavior Job Satisfaction Individual Level: Major Objectives Self: Instrument of Leadership Understand Yourself What are your strengths? Areas for development? Understand Others Individuals Differ Biographical Characteristics Personality Values Decision-Making Motivation Emotions What is my Basic Personality? The Big Five Model of Personality (OCEAN) 1. O penness to Experience 1. C onscientiousness 1. E xtraversion 1. A greeableness 2. N euroticism/Emotional Instability Openness Low Score Preserver: Often possesses expert knowledge and is practical, down-to-earth, efficient, comfortable with repetitive activity, and conservative in opinions. Medium Score: High Score Explorer: Low Score Preserver: Often possesses expert knowledge and is practical, down-to-earth, efficient, comfortable with repetitive activity, and conservative in opinions. May be perceived as closed to new experiences, set in ways, or rigid. Medium Score: High Score Explorer: Openness Low Score Preserver: Often possesses expert knowledge and is practical, down-to-earth, efficient, comfortable with repetitive activity, and conservative in opinions. May be perceived as closed to new experiences, set in ways, or rigid. Medium Score: High Score Explorer: Tends to have many broad interests. Often is curious and seeks new and varied experiences. May be easily bored. Often described as creative, imaginative,...
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