Chapter 10 INC - Chapter Ten Organizational Change and...

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Chapter Ten – Organizational Change and Leadership Processes History of Leadership Theory The Trait Era: late 1800s to mid 1940s Behavioural Era: Mid-1940s to early 1970s The Contingency Era: Early 1960s to present Rational Planning Models (E.G., MBO, MBR, SWOT, PPBS) Emergent Influences Theories of leadership Great Man theory (evolved into Trait Theory) Behavioural Theory of leadership (Style theories) Contingency Theory of Leadership (situational theory)
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Leader-Member Exchange Theory Emergent leadership (Inspired by few theories) Distributed action theories Interaction analysis Task-oriented and maintenance-oriented leadership House’s Path-Goal Theory (concerned with leader behaviours) Subordinates------Path------Goal define goals clarifies paths removes obstacles provides support Specific kinds of leader behaviour: Directive Supportive Participative Achievement-oriented Leadership Styles Authoritarian (autocratic)
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