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OB 321 – Organizational Effectiveness (The Mission Begins) “Failure is not an option.” - Gene Kranz, NASA Mission Control Leader Apollo 13 Mission
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The Mission Begins (Agenda) WELCOME TO MISSION CONTROL l Surprise Visitors l Personal Introductions l WHY SHOULD WE CARE? l Organizational Experiences l Examples POSSIBLE DESTINATIONS l Dilbert World l World-Class Organization
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The Mission Begins WHY THE APOLLO 13 THEME? MISSION PLAN HIGHLIGHTS l
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Unformatted text preview: l Philosophy/Expectations (p. 2) l Schedule (pp. 5-6) DELIVERABLES l Individual l Team The Mission Begins (10 Best Companies to Work For 2011) The Mission Begins (Next Meeting) READINGS l Chapter 1 OB Overview (including Google Case) ACTIVITY l MOST & LEAST Effective Organizations & Managers l SAS Video (#1 on Fortune 100 Best Places to Work ) l Practice Steely-Eyed Quiz (print out SEQ form on Blackboard) DELIVERABLES l None yet...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course OB 321 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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