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  • HROB 101Fall 2012

    Jerry D. EstensonCollege of Business Administration

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  • The Human Side of Organizations

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  • Needed Skills and Behaviors Self ReliancePersonally ResponsiblePersonally AccountableHighly FlexibleContinual Learning

  • New text designed for this courseManagement: A Practical Introduction 5th Ed.Angelo Kinicki and Brian WilliamsBoston: McGraw Hill

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  • CRITICAL CONTACT POINTSA guide to make it through

    COURSE OUTLINE www.csus.edu/indiv/e/estensonProject GuidanceSlidesPoints of ContactBest: jestenso@earthlink.netGoodestenson@csus.eduOK 278- 6781

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  • SUCCESS TOOLSMake sure you belong in this type of course (larger or small classesTextLook at High Lighted terms to build your business vocabularyGo to the internet sites proved in the text.Print out and use the Power Point slides on my web sitewww.csus.edu/indiv/e/estenson

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  • DeliverablesHigh performance on three testsIf you choose A well written significant case studyWeekly in class case analysis

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  • Leadership Challenges and TensionsIncredible Rates of Change (Fast and Thoughtful) SPEEDMore with LESSLack of STABLE structures (jobs, companies, society)Conflict of Structures (Responsive, Fast Moving, Organizations Versus Bureaucratic Stable ) FLEXIBLECharismatic (Strong Personalities) Versus Operational (Know how to do things) Leadership COMPETENCYSurviving While Looking Toward the Long View (Dealing with the alligators as you drain the swamp) STRATEGIC

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  • Rapid ChangeShifting Power in the MarketplaceWar in 2010On Top of the World Cantor Fitzgerald. Howard LutnickNew OrleansChina and Asia in 2010Societal Structures

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  • Power ShiftsLand OwnersManufacturing Customers (Democratic Purchasing Power)

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  • War Fighting

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  • Cantor Fitzgerald

    Howard Lutnick

    *Pre 9/11 200 billion dollars per day in trades/50 trillion per year9/11 lost 685 of 1000 New York EmployeesLondon Switched over in 24 hours/ 4 week IT projectLeft 1,950 sons and daughters without mother or father25/5 fund 25% of profit for 5 years (10 years health care, $100,000 to families, $45 million in bonuses to families)Stopped paychecks to deceased on 9/15 and attacked in press and on TVBy Feb 2002 paid out $18 million to families

  • TodayHonored commitment to continue to pay for medical coverage for families for ten yearsHonored commitment to set aside 25% of profits to be placed in a trust for survivors children. To date $180 million set aside.Company stronger than it was before the attack

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  • New Orleans

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  • freaky improvisations of creatures under stress. Saul Bellow in Ravelstein.ex-con, a newspaper reporter, an animal rights activist, an AIDS doctor, and a prep-school teacher became civic leaders while the New Orleans Police Department, with notable individual exceptions, was the face of fecklessness. Douglas Brinkley in The Great Deluge: Hurrician Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast

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  • China and IndiaChinas rapid change in the how market economies and Communist philosophy blendIndia as hot bed for technical innovationCommon theme: High commitment to educational excellenceHigh expectation of studentsHigh expectation of teachers

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  • Educational Challenges in China1,000,000 Functionally Illiterate Citizens

    Closed University System for 11 years 1966 - 1977

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  • Shanghai EMBA Students

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  • Government and Politics

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    **Pre 9/11 200 billion dollars per day in trades/50 trillion per year9/11 lost 685 of 1000 New York EmployeesLondon Switched over in 24 hours/ 4 week IT projectLeft 1,950 sons and daughters without mother or father25/5 fund 25% of profit for 5 years (10 years health care, $100,000 to families, $45 million in bonuses to families)Stopped paychecks to deceased on 9/15 and attacked in press and on TVBy Feb 2002 paid out $18 million to families

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