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02 three maps - no laptops cell phones blackberries etc in this class thanks Coffee hour this week Wednesday(1/12 9-10am Espresso Royale on S Univ

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Coffee hour this week Wednesday (1/12) 9-10am Espresso Royale on S. Univ * no laptops, cell phones, blackberries etc. in this class, thanks. Fundamental Attribution Error (explains others’ behavior) Explain another’s actions in terms of internal factors (i.e., personality) and underestimate the inFuence of external factors (i.e., situation) Dunning-Kruger/Lake Woebegone Effect (explains our own behavior) People assume that self is better than average People are terribly inaccurate at self-assessments More. ..(Textbook chapter 2 readings) Examples of Biases Three Mental Maps for Analyzing Organizational Issues
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Pfeffer and Sutton (CTA): Not Evidence-Based, Not Practical, Not Necessary Human Behavior is Complex!! STANDING X SITTING Mental Maps The particular perspective or “maps” through which we make sense of problems and derive particular courses of action
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Analyzing Human Behaviors in Organizations Strategic Map Political Map Cultural Map Strategic Map Organization How different pieces of an organization Ft together
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2011 for the course PSYCH 260 taught by Professor Akutsu during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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02 three maps - no laptops cell phones blackberries etc in this class thanks Coffee hour this week Wednesday(1/12 9-10am Espresso Royale on S Univ

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