Suomalaisissa organisaatioissa tarvitaan Jane Austen -teemoja: järjen ja tunteen sekakäyttöä sekä ripaus vähemmän ylpeyttä ja ennakkoluuloa. Näiden lisäksi välittämistä ja avointa osallistumisen & auttamisen kulttuuria.
Posts tagged ‘Julian Treasure’
This is a summary post of the topics I have been writing about during 2011. Topics as the Culture of Curiosity, Listening and Respect, Trust-based Collaboration, and the Wrong Lind of Silence.
I’ve earlier blogged about how I find intuition and seeing the value of the tacit knowledge as very interesting perspectives for the decision-making. As social business and new ways of working are now changing the organizations and the entire business landscape, and further adding to the complexity – I’ll find it even more interesting to study decision-making and how understanding is created.
I was looking for something else from my bookshelf and found the good old book by Stephen P. Robbins “Essentials of Organizational Behavior”, and randomly checked out the chapter about individual differences in decision-making. What I found was an interesting quadrant that describes the leadership styles related to the decision-making, it has two axes: Way of Thinking and Tolerance for Ambiguity. The four styles of decision-making are: Directive, Analytical, Conceptual, and Behavioral.