Week 9 10.24.16
Leadership is being able to guide a group toward achieving a vision or goals. Management
deals with controlling things or people.
Authentic leadership produces trust. These leaders know who they are, are open about their
1. 4 major functions and process:
Management, feedback, emotional sharing, persuasion, and information exchange.
Sender encoding the message the channel decoding the receiver noise feedback.
2. Direction of communications:
Downward Flows from one level of
Factors that influence perception
Perceiver- attitudes, motives, interests, experience, expectations (see what we want)
Target- novelty, motion, sounds, size, background, proximity, similarity
Situation- time, work setting, social setting
Intensity, direction, and persistence.
Maslows hierarchy of needs include physiological, safety-security, social belongingness,
esteem, and self actualization. Physiological include bodily needs such as hunger, thirst, sex,
"On our very first day at Harvard, a very wise Professor quoted Aristotle: 'The law is
reason free from passion.' Well, no offense to Aristotle, but in my three years at Harvard I have
come to find that passion is a key ingr
HBR Social Intelligence and Leadership
1. Mirror neurons mimic what another being does. Its when we detect someone elses
emotions through their action either knowingly or unknowingly. It creates a sense of
shared experience. How leaders give fe
1. What are the implications of a 5-generation workforce for managers and leaders
The age difference and labels of each generation. Gen Z are those born in
1995 and later. They exhibit a new behavior that older generations find d
All of the departments work together to make the design for manufacturing. If they have
a new idea they pass it through with their IP partners to be approved. They make sure they have
the same quality standards wher
2. Task content and goals of work.
Relationship focuses on interpersonal relationships.
Process how the work gets done.
Loci of conflict
Dyadic conflict between two people.
Intragroup within a group of team.
Intergroup between groups.
3. Stage 1 Communica
BUS 340- Foundations of Group Behavior/Understanding Work Teams
1. Group development follows the punctuated-equilibrium model. The groups direction is
set during the first meeting, the first phase is one of inertia which involves a slo
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1. The major categories of financial services are savings, payment services, borrowing, and other
financial services including insurance, investments, and tax assistance.
2. The financial services that are available through electronic banking
Mortgage Payment Calculator
$369,000.00 Monthly Payment
$75,000.00 Total Interest
$294,000.00 Total Cost
Varying Interest Rat
Luther J. Vigneault
University of Southern Maine
8.65 $ 311.40 $
Class Problems Chapter 8
x / n 5/ 40 .79
b. At 95%, z / n 196(5 / 40 ) 155
a. With 99% confidence z /2 z.005 2.576
Margin of Error = 2.576 / n 2.576(6 / 64) 1.93
b. Confidence Interval: 21.52 1.93 or 19.59 to 23.45
x z / 2
Important Descriptive Statistics
Mean: The arithmetic mean (or the average, simple mean) is computed by summing all numbers
in an array of numbers (xi) and then dividing by the number of observations (n) in the array.
Mean = = Sum Xi /n,
the sum is over a
Prepare a student progress and tuition spreadsheet
The data below provides enough information to create the necessary criteria, lookup tables, database tables, etc.
Student ID Last
Sex Height (ft.) Heig
Maximum Sale for Month Selected
Minimum Sales for Month Selected
Average Sale for Month Selected
Average Sale Ford, Chevy, and GM
Minimum Winter Sales for Ford, Chevy and GM
Average Sale for Hond
FLICKS_N_MORE - Phase 2
The nine database tables with associated data types below for Flicks n More have been approved so you are ready to move forward. Assign appropriate properties to each of the fields below and implement them in Access. In the