Coach Knight and Coach K CQ’s.docx
Coach Knight and Coach K CQ’s.docx

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School
Pennsylvania State University
Department
Information Sciences And Technology
Course
IST 301
Professor
N/ A
Semester
Fall

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IST 3013 December 2013Coach Knight and Coach K CQs1Describe Coach Ks leadership style What are his basic assumptions about motivation leading and human nature Coach Ks leadership style is very simple Leadership is ongoing adjustable flexible and dynamic Too many rules keep people from making decisions His basic assumptions about motivation leading and human nature requires teaching his players discipline via exhaustive drills studying and understanding where each and every individual player is coming from in order to help get the team where they need to be Coach K also has a principle of having his players as well as himself communicate with one another eyetoeye because a leader has to show his face his team needs to see2Describe Coach Knights leadership style What are his basic assumptions about motivation leading and human nature Coach Knights leadership style demanded his players absolute best all the time This created as many controversies as accomplishments His assumptions about motivation leading and human nature could be considered some of the reasons he was fired from the Indiana University Dynasty program he helped create Coach Knights big principle was the fact that he believes everyone has a will to win but not everyone has a will to prepare to win This was his biggest motivation in leading his players as well as his obsession for hard work and winning Lastly his human nature over the years of learning from his father about being disciplined that the whole principle is doing what you have to do doing it as well as you possibly can and doing it that way all the time3 Who is more effective Why Under what conditions would you hire Coach K Coach Knight Coach K is by far more effective
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