What can charles tang do to improve both vertical and

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§ What can Charles Tang do to improve both vertical and horizontal communication? § What type of leadership powers can Charles Tang use to enforce better communication and improved organizational strategy?
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Management Question § How can Charles Tang reach compromise with Yong Li while still enforcing the “disagree and commit” philosophy and continuing to providing employees personal and professional advice through improved vertical and horizontal communication?
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Leadership Analysis § Four Corporate Cultures
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Leadership Analysis (cont.) Five Types of Leader Power § Charles Tang currently operates with a legitimate and referent type of power control. § He could try to not only keep those two types of leader power but also adopt reward power and if needed coercive power into the mix. § If subordinates such as account manager Yong Li do not adhere to the central idea to be followed by Intel’s employee force, Charles Tang can begin enforcing a reward system by which the sooner an account manager can complete a project the better the reward. This will keep future account managers from spending a long time in completing a project or taking a project and making it more detailed than necessary. § If the reward system does not produce results, Charles Tang may begin to take on a coercive type of power to push subordinates to adhere to his demands but in a way that let them know its for the greater good of the organization.
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16 Making Strategic Decisions Ease of Implementation Hard Easy Strategic Impact High Low High Impact, Hard to Implement. Major changes, but with potential for high payoff High Impact, Easy to Implement. Simple changes that have high strategic impact – take action here first Low Impact, Hard to Implement. Difficult changes with little or no potential for payoff – avoid this category Low Impact, Easy to Implement. Incremental improvements, “small wins;” pursue for symbolic value of success LEADERSHIP ANALYSIS (CONT.) ALTERNATIVE 1 ALTERNATIVES 2 & 3
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Identification and evaluation of  alternatives 1. Push for the commitment to the “Disagree and Commit” doctrine and make decisions based on this doctrine regardless of what employees or other company stakeholders have to say about such decisions. Pros : this alternative will help spread Intel’s US culture into the Chinese run division. This will be done by establishing and pushing for the use of Intel’s “disagree and commit” philosophy. Cons : selecting this alternative will prevent Intel’s (PRC) employees from speaking their mind and providing input into important organizational decisions. The disagree and commit philosophy says that all Intel employees are to commit to following and agreeing with a decision made by the majority of those involved even if they personally disagree with such decision. Selecting this alternative may prevent employees from expressing their true beliefs and feelings. Employees may begin to feel suppressed because the decisions will be decided on majority rule and not on what is morally right or wrong.
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Identification and evaluation of  alternatives § 2. Initiate new strategy to focus on enhancing both vertical and horizontal communication.
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