Judgment Guideline

Judgment Guideline - Book Review- Central Argument and...

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Unformatted text preview: Book Review- Central Argument and Criticism  Judgment Calls- People, Strategy, Crisis  Your Storyline- TPOV  Knowledge Assessment- Self, Social Network, Organizational, Contextual What is Judgment- A contextually informed decision-making process encompassing three domains: people, strategy, and crisis.  With each domain, leadership judgments follow a three-phase process: preparation, the call, and execution. Preparation- Sensing and identifying the need for a judgment call, framing and naming it, then mobilizing and aligning the right people.  Call- There is the moment when, based on the leader view of the time horizon for the judgment and sufficiency of input and involvement, the leader makes the call.  Execution- Action-Make it happen. Execution is a critical part the exercise of good judgment....
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 107 taught by Professor Ryland during the Fall '08 term at UC Riverside.

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