Being a new leader, I consider risks, benefits, and any possible outcome to each decision that I make. It seems daunting at times! From ones own experience, how does your decision making process affect everything from the lowest member of a team/group to the larger elements within the organization? As I have found out quickly
I need help with what type of information or style I should use to write this: 'Leadership is both an art and a science. Explain in detail.'
What are some (3) challenges of being an entrepreneur, and how do you strategize to overcome them? What are the (3) coordination methods for organizational integration. Give examples Summarize management skills/practices to manage a company globally.
When we talk about groups within any organization, do you think leaders should be assigned before a project begins or should leaders emerge once the project is underway? Are there +'s and/or -'s to this approach? why or why not? Also, is there a specific type of group that uses this approach? If so, why or why not?
Can you explain why you might decide to play to the stereotypes of how women and men may tend to lead, instead of training them all the same. Is there a reason for this? In your experience do you feel this dichotomy really does exist? Why or why not?
Based on the extrapolation that outside of Australia there would be similar findings in terms of transformational leadership preferences, what cultural attributes do you think might alter this perception?
I'm interested in opinions on an article I read. How might the findings in the assigned article, "Gender and Leadership Style: A Meta-Analysis," influence the way you would coach a group of developing male and female leaders? The article is attached.
Can you explain why peers are more willing to collaborate with each other when there is trust? Is this something you have observed or is there a source which supports your idea? In terms of the "greater formal status" of the leader, what happens if the leader is not one with the formal status, but an informal leader? Does this m
The Eames film shows incremental changes in perspective as the camera moves in or out by a factor of 10. How does this metaphor apply to the dynamics within an organization for which you work or with which you are familiar? As you change perspective moving up or down the organizational structure, how does the "view" change? At w
Identify the type of leadership style that you are most personally comfortable along with the name of a leader that typifies this style. How would the leadership style you most closely respond to affect organizational behavior in a large food manufacturing company like Nabisco with hundreds of employees?
Your company has just hired your foreign friend to work in a middle-management position. Since you have lived in the United States for many years, your friend believes that you understand job coaching for a traditional American company. She wants to work with you and has many questions—some of which concern the manner in which
Help me understand Nissan motors from this perspective. How would you describe the context into which Carlos Ghosn was thrown when he was recruited in 1999 to turn around Nissan? How would you describe Ghosn's leadership style? How would you measure Ghosn's approach to leading change? How effective was he? To what extent
Give an outline for a paper that explains in detail each theory listed in the taxonomy of leadership by synthesizing multiple scholarly references and examples. Include: - Five peer-reviewed scholarly resources - Specific examples of two of the four theories drawn from personal experiences or scholarly literature
Research a company, then answer the following questions. Which of the classical leadership styles exemplifies this company? What is the added value of this leadership style? What impact does this leadership style have on the organization's overall image? Contrast this leadership style with United Airlines,
Committed and supportive leadership is the one single factor that is critical to innovation success. Explain why you agree or disagree with this statement. Provide examples to support your position.
Hesburgh is cited as having stated that "wherever it (leadership) exists, moral flourishes, people pull together toward common goals, spirits soar, order is maintained, not as an end in itself, but as a means to move forward together." Please choose one aspect of this statement and discuss in detail how it may or not be true. B
Innovation is a mechanism for organizational development. Visionaries and entrepreneurs may endure challenges when introducing new concepts, however, future innovators can reap the rewards of success as long as hard work, longevity, and dedication are the primary mode of operation.
Explain why it is important to develop personal and social competence through emotional intelligence. Apply one or more of these competencies to a situation in regards to the U.S. Navy. Briefly explain the situation and describe how the competency applies to the Navy. List any and all references used.
1. You have been selected to take command of a unit with a mission similar to the one you are currently in. You are in a meeting with the Commander and he makes the following statement: Tell me what your leadership philosophy is for this organization? How did you come to that philosophy? What traits and leadership characteristi
The principal objective of this course has been to get you comfortable in identifying moral problems in the workplace, analyzing them within a framework defined by a relevant ethical theory, and providing a clear and compelling judgment or recommendation. But beyond that intellectual enterprise lies the reality that the workpla
Discuss each of the following characteristics as they relate to quality leadership: - Balanced commitment - Positive role model - Communication skills - Positive influence - Persuasiveness Analyze and explain which of these characteristics will be the most difficult to achieve for good leadership. Support your rationale
Help required in finding an article that relates to the following chapter attached. Class instructions: 1. Find an article that has been published (within the last four months) in 2014 that relates to the chapter assigned during class. 2. On one page (four paragraphs maximum), write a summation to include the follow
How can leadership distinguish a motivational problem from factors that affect an individual's performance? Question 4 Should health care providers/leaders always tell the truth to their patients/clients even if the truth may cause pain or distress? Question 5 To encourage teamwork and a culture of excellence, a new
The Vroom-Yetton-Jago Decision Tree is a powerful tool for analyzing the characteristics of a decision situation. However, it does have limitations. What are the strengths and weakness of the VYJ Tree? What are its limitations? Are there any decision factors that are not considered in the model?
Describe the symptoms of Groupthink and explain what techniques discussed in the source provided will address each one of them and how. If a symptom would not be addressed by any of the techniques, suggest another way the decision environment can be managed to reduce the chances of that symptom developing. Consensus seeking
How has the gun industry prevailed against additional strengthened gun control laws? Provide thoughts on analyzing the issue from a power perspective. What can leaders learn from how the power dynamics are played out in this arena? Roig-Franzia, M. (2009.). A Battle of Goliaths: Michael Bloomberg and His Gun Control Group Ta
What is the fundamental attribution error? What are some implications for leadership in multinationals?
Do you think that multinational managers must understand subordinate expectations in order to lead effectively? For a country with high power distance, which leadership style would you recommend? Why?
Conduct research on a national culture you feel comfortable with. Explain the leadership traits and behaviors you think may negatively impact organizational effectiveness in multinational companies.
Why you think that transformational leaders are similar regardless of cultural background or are there different types of transformational leaders for each cultural group?