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No More Hierarchy, but Heterarchy. A recent study ("The Riddle of Heterarchy") indicates that the traditional "Assigned leadership" is not working well especially in a creative team, but "Emergent and collective Leadership" is outperforming. 1. Teams are likely to operate better when there are a number of members with leadership potential (fears of rivalry notwithstanding) than when power is a solo affair. 2. It is not only impor..
7 Things You Need to Stop Doing To Be More Productive, backed by science. 7 Things You Need to Stop Doing To Be More Productive, backed by science. 1. Stop working overtime and increase your productivity 2. Don’t say “yes” too often 3. Stop doing everything yourself and start letting people help you 4. Stop being a perfectionist 5. Stop doing repetitive tasks and start automating it. 6. Stop guessing and start backing up your decisions with data 7. Stop working, and h..
Effectuation Theory. Original source: http://www.effectuation.org/FAQ.htm#Process What is effectuation? Effectuation is a type of human problem solving that takes the future as fundamentally unpredictable, yet controllable through human action; the environment as constructible through choice; and goals as negotiated residuals of stakeholder commitments rather than as pre-existent preference orderings. Back to top Wh..
Garbage Can Model The Garbage Can Model is a theory within the science of public administration that explains organizational decision making from a systemic-anarchic perspective. Contents [hide] 1 Development of the Garbage Can Model 2 Streams of events within the Garbage Can Model 2.1 Problems 2.2 Solutions 2.3 Choice opportunities 2.4 Participants 3 Why "garbage cans"? 4 Critiques of the Garbage Can 5 Reference..
Four Models of Organizational Decision Making Four Models of (Individual / Organizational) Decision Making. Source: http://www.unc.edu/~nielsen/soci410/nm11/nm11.htm Module11 - DECISION MAKING PROCESSES 0. OBJECTIVE In this module you will learn the principle of the classical model of rational decision making the limitations of rational decision making and the important concept of bounded rationality 4 models of organizational decision maki..
The Satir Change Model Written by Steven M Smith Source: http://www.stevenmsmith.com/my-articles/article/the-satir-change-model.html Every technology organization must deal with change. Virginia Satir, a pioneering family therapist, created a change model to help families process change. Her model fits high technology organizations equally well. This article explains Satir's model and offers insights into how to more ..