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3 lenses The Political Lens Power Stakeholders Network position Conflict styles
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By the end of the session today, you should be able to: Identify how the Design and Political lenses interact to produce particular patterns of behavior Use at least one tool (stakeholder analysis) to analyze (reconcile) competing interests Understand how the ASA framework operates to maintain the status quo in organizations
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Click to edit Master subtitle style On to Rondell…
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Conflict Handling Modes COOPERATIVENESS ASSERTIVENES S Competin g Collaboratin g Avoiding Compromisin g Accommodating
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Stakeholder Map Very Urgent Not Urgent Low priority High Priority Innovative Design Plot two dimensions that most separate the players Getting things out on time
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An organization’s particular approach to power/conflict gets determined by: A ttraction S election A ttrition
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Unformatted text preview: Bottom line • To take action in a political system you must understand the stakes of the parties involved • To successfully take action you must may have to co-opt other players and one more thing… • You need structural holes Click to edit Master subtitle style Another look at power: The power of network ties • Who are the key players in this organization? • What, if anything, would you advise Roger to do? Network position (centrality) has been shown to be related to: 1. Getting higher paying positions 2. Getting promoted faster, and at younger ages 3. Finding better and more satisfying jobs 4. Happiness and the ability to cope with stress 5. The likelihood of getting sick 6. Mortality 7. Homelessness 8. The cost and quality of purchasing inputs...
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