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Global Management Studies
Course Code
GMS 200
Professor
Shavin Malhotra

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Lecture 9: Leadership
Final Exam
120 min (2h)
120 questions
More weight on after midterm
Chapt 1,2,4,5,7: 30 question = 25 %
Chapt 6,8,9,10,13: 90 questions
Dec 8,2010
12 pm
MTCC
Leadership process of inspiring others to work had to accomplish important tasks
that are in best interest of org
Process and property
Process use of non-coercive influ to dir and coordinate the activites of the members
of an organised group toward the accomp of group obj help distinguish b/ Hitler
and Ghandi = leader in their own way
Property - leadership is set of qualities or characteristics attributed to those who are
perceived to successfully employ/ help such influ
oWhat makes that person a better leader
Can be born or trained
Leaaders vs. Managers
Managers = rational
oNot all managers are good leaders
oComplexity
oPlanning and budgeting targets/ goals
oOrgainzing and staffing
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Lecture 9: Leadership
oControlling and prob solving
Leaders
oNot all leaders can be good managers
oChange can change culture usually resistence to change
oSetting dir vision
oAligning ppl
oMotivating inspiring/ moving
oInflu ppl more greatly
Leadership timeline
1930 = trait theries leader selection
1940 mid 1960s = behav theories leader traing
Mind 1960s-1980s = contingency theories leader situation matching
oDepending on situ
1990s and on = newer theories charisma and beyond
Universal vs. Contingent Theories
Universal one best way to lead offers universal prescription for leadership
oNo matter what the situation
Contingent prescriptions for leadership that are contingent on situational factors
oDepend on situation
Traits vs. Behavioural Theories
Traits view leadership primarily in terms of relatively stable and enduring
characteriscts of ppl
oLook for certain traits, and make leader
Behaviour its possible to focus on observable leader have rather than inherent
traits
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Lecture 9: Leadership Final Exam 120 min (2h) 120 questions More weight on after midterm Chapt 1,2,4,5,7: 30 question = 25 % Chapt 6,8,9,10,13: 90 questions Dec 8,2010 12 pm MTCC Leadership process of inspiring others to work had to accomplish important tasks that are in best interest of org Process and property Process use of non-coercive influ to dir and coordinate the activites of the members of an organised group toward the accomp of group obj help distinguish b Hitler and Ghandi = leader in their own way Property - leadership is set of qualities or characteristics attributed to those who are perceived to successfully employ help such influ o What makes that person a better leader Can be born or trained Leaaders vs. Managers Managers = rational o Not all managers are good leaders o Complexity o Planning and budgeting targets goals o Orgainzing and staffing www.notesolution.com
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