MGIM 4878 - Summer11- Chapter 11 - addtional

MGIM 4878 - Summer11- Chapter 11 - addtional - Outline...

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Chapter 11 : Motivating & leading Page s 2 s Leadership s Motivation s Employee improvement theories Outline Page s 3 LEADERSHIP Page s 4 Leading s Communicate a vision and rally others around that vision s Establish company values s Promote corporate ethics s Embrace change
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Page s 5 Leadership vs. Management Leaders s Innovate s Develop s Inspire s Hold a long-term view s Ash what and why s Originate s Challenge the status quo s Do the right things Managers s Administer s Maintain s Control s Hold a short-term view s Ask how and when s Initiate s Accept the status quo s Do things right Page s 6 6 Integrity, ethics, self-knowledge Leadership qualities Having vision, understanding the business, tasks Listening willingly, accepting constructive criticism, commnunicating Openness to change, being decisive, committed Take care of people and inspire them Page s 7 Leadership styles – characteristics of 2 styles Transactional leader s Contingent reward s Management by exception (active) s Management by exception (Passive s Laissez-faire Transformational leader s Charisma s Inspiration s Intellectual stimulation s Individualized consideration Page s 8 Leadership styles – formal & informal s Formal leadership : someone has been given authority to make decisions or lead a group s Informal leadership: someone does not have “official” authority but is recognized as a leader by the group
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MOTIVATION Page s 10 Intrinsic Extrinsic Personal satisfaction Compensation Being told you did a good job Raise Finishing something/accomplishment Promotion Interpersonal relations Benefits Page s 11 Taylor’s scientific management principles 1. Scientifically study each part of a task and develop the best method of performing the tasks 2. Carefully select workers and train them to perform the task by using the scientifically developed method 3. Cooperate fully with workers to ensure that they use
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MGIM 4878 - Summer11- Chapter 11 - addtional - Outline...

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