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Leaders and Managers MS&E280 – 4/3/08
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Some class logistics… Name cards Select seat next class Paper due beginning of next class! Team assignments given next time Check Coursework for latest syllabus and  info
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Leaders Name some of the greatest leaders  ever…
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Leaders Why were they effective? How do we determine who is a great  leader??
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Consider… Will a great leader always be a great  leader??  
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What about Steve Jobs? Named one of 2007’s Best CEOs by  BloggingStocks and Fortune Magazine!
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Was Steve Jobs a bad leader  before?? NeXT Computer:   One of the “10 Biggest  Computer Flops of All Time”  –  (Miguel Carrasco, “The Real World”)
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The ability to  influence  employees to go  above and beyond  mechanical  compliance with the  routine  directives of  the organization. (Katz & Kahn, 1978)
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2010 for the course MS&E 280 taught by Professor Rosannesiino during the Spring '08 term at Stanford.

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