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IST335 – Introduction to Information-Based Organizations What Do Leaders Do?  Create and communicate a vision  of what the organization should be  Gain the support of multiple constituencies – this process is called  enrollment  Who?  How?  Have conviction ; persist  in the desired direction (win or lose)  Develop and maintain the desired culture
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IST335 – Introduction to Information-Based Organizations Leadership traits?  Ambition and motivation  How might ambition be a bad thing?  Honesty and integrity  Practicing what you preach  The value of a good reputation  Emotional intelligence  Good social skills  Empathy  Self-awareness and self-regulation
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Leadership traits  (continued)  Intelligence  (see textbook’s ‘cognitive ability’ and ‘high degree of intelligence’ traits)  Ability to synthesize a lot of information, some of it contradictory  Ability to respond to change  ‘Knowledge of business’  Experience, experience, experience  View the work you are managing as a craft work, no matter what  kind of work it is
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2011 for the course IST 335 taught by Professor Carstenoesterlund during the Spring '09 term at Syracuse.

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