Ajay_Maheshwari_500_Module_5_Nov24

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Module 5      1 Module 5: Influencing MBA in Finance (2010)
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Module 5      2 Abstract Response to the first question evaluates and compares the effectiveness of an article on  leadership   “McKinsey   conversations   with   global   leaders:   Dan   Vasella   of   Novartis”,  published in McKinsey Quarterly with the material in the text. Response to the second  question talks about the reinforcing behaviors I have used and how some ways such as  rewarding   can   replace   negative   reinforcement   with   a   positive.   Response   to   third  question talks about the effective leadership skills of Gandhi, Father of India. Response  to the fourth question discusses how age and education play an important role in the  motivation   of   employees   and  companies   should  take   that  into  consideration   when  motivating a 60 year old employee vs motivating a 20 year old employee. Response to  fifth question defines feedback and some ways in which managers can utilize feedback  for better communication.
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Module 5      3 Module 5 Deliverables Assignments:  Essay Questions Essay Question 1  Review a current article on leadership from a business journal.  The article should have been published within the last 3 years. The review is to  include full bibliographical information for the article being reviewed and any  other referenced material; a summary of the article's content in scholarly detail;  an evaluation of the article's effectiveness; a comparison of the article's approach  to the way the material is discussed in the text.   Response:   Article under Review: McKinsey conversations with global leaders: Dan  Vasella of Novartis, published in the July 2009 McKinsey Quarterly Bibliographical Information Rik Kirkland, McKinsey’s director of publishing, conducted the interview in New York in May  2009.     https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Governance/Leadership/McKinsey_conversations _with_global_leaders_Dan_Vasella_of_Novartis_2401 Summary of the article :  The CEO and chairman of Novartis AG shares his personal  approach   to   management   and   leadership   and   discusses   health   care   reform,   the  economic downturn, and executive compensation. Novartis stated that “the purpose of  organizations is to make common men do uncommon things and leadership is to make  it happen. We are all plus–minus common men and women. Leaders are to make 
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Module 5      4 common people become very uncommon people: extraordinary people, who can do  extraordinary things, go beyond what we think is possible” Novartis further said “Number one, you never can do it alone. So you’re also dependent 
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