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Situational Levels in the Leader-Follower-Situation Model

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Situational Levels in the Leader-Follower-Situation Model

How tasks vary, and what that means for Leadership

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Integrated Work of Leadership

Task Structure

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The Work of Leadership

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Organization : From Industrial Age to the Information Age

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Schein’s Four Key Organizational Culture Factors

Myths and
Stories

Organizational Symbols and
Language
Culture Artifacts

Rituals

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Schein’s Four Key Organizational Culture Factors

Stages of Leadership Culture Development

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How to change the Culture ???

Organizational Culture – Competing Values Framework

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Integrated Work of Leadership

Workplace Trends

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Trends in Leadership

Contrasting environments in the situational level

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GLOBE Study
Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness
This is the most comprehensive study of leadership across cultures

Data collected  From over 17,000 managers
Representing 950 companies
In 62 countries

To examine how different cultures viewed leadership
&
Relationship between effective leadership behaviors
and specific leadership attributes

GLOBE Dimensions

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Implicit Leadership Theory
The heart of conceptual model in the GLOBE research

Culturally Endorsed Implicit Theories of Leadership (CLT)
Relatively distinctive implicit theories of leadership characterize different
societal cultures.

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Six Global Leadership Dimensions

Charismatic • Displays personal conviction
Team Oriented • Encourages shared purpose
Participative • Involves others
Humane
• Supportive – Develops Capability
Oriented
Autonomous • Self-Directed / Independent
Self-Protective • Self-Serving / Defensive

Leadership Dimensions

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Organizational Culture – Competing Values Framework

Situational Leadership

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Qualities that a leader should model every day

Universally Desirable Leadership Attribute

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Universally Desirable Leadership Attribute

Mini Case – Innovation at IKEA

• Discuss the 3 input component's of the Congruence Model
Question1 as they apply to the success of IKEA

• Consider Schein’s 4 key organizational cultural factors. What
Question 2 examples can you identify within IKEA organization that
contributes to the company’s strong corporate culture?

• Based on the level of technology complexity and the
Question 3 degree of environment uncertainty present at IKEA, What
type of organizational structure would you expect ?

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Discuss the three input components of the Congruence Model
as they apply to success of IKEA

TRANSFORMATION
INPUT OUTPUT
PROCESS

Organization
Performance
Empowerment
The Group
Resources
Organization Performance
History
Individual
Performance

What examples can you identify within IKEA organization that
contributes to the company’s strong corporate culture?
• Ingvar • Hiring
Kamprad Process &
• Founder’s
Regular Visit
Myths
and Rituals
Stories

Symbol &
Language
Artifacts

• Building & • Naming of
Decoration Products

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Based on the level of technology complexity and the degree of environment uncertainty,
What type of organizational structure would you expect ?

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