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Leadership, Engineering, and Excel

1. Briefly explain each of the four levels of Maturity (M1 through M4) individually in the Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory.
2. Describe concurrent engineering briefly. Please give an example.
3. In Excel's Histogram tool, how are bins defined? Briefly explain

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1. According to the Hersey and Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory, four levels of leadership directly correlate and are dependent on the maturity level of the employees. It is important to break down the maturity levels to know what leadership style to use.
M1: This is the lowest level of the scale and people at this level show low maturity. They lack the skills sets and/or knowledge to complete work on their own and often need to be told what to do and when to do it.
M2: Slightly above the M1 level, the M2 maturity level has medium maturity, because they also have a limited skill set. They are employees, who are ...

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This solution discusses the Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership theory, concurrent engineering, and Excel's histogram tool.