Learning objectives exam 1 spring 2010--highlighted

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Learning Objectives 1. Be able to summarize the roles paradigms, normal science, and scientific revolutions in scientific progress. Be able to compare and contrast rational and behavioralist paradigms. Be able to analyze a research study or text/observation specifying a) the research question, b) the decision maker(s), and c) place the study on the continuum between the two paradigms using level of analysis, dollar incentive, and experience/expertise. 2. Know the bases of power including position power (control of rewards and punishments, centrality), personal power, resource and information based power (substitutability and coping with uncertainty). Be able to apply them within a situation to analyze power dynamics and make recommendations for solving power related problems. Be able to determine who has the most power by analyzing the relative range of outcomes one party can put the other through. Be able to analyze a situation using the “influence through exchange” model, identifying relevant organizational currencies and prescribing a strategy for an exchange of influence. 3. Be able to apply each of the models below to do the following: diagnose a problem within a team, explain what is going on within a team, and prescribe a solution. a) the forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning model,
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