MGMT Week 8 Notes
MGMT Week 8 Notes MGMT 321
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Date Created: 05/20/16
MGMT Week 8 Notes ● Organizational change ○ Need a sustainable competitive advantage ○ Necessary to innovate ○ Need to motivate employees so they want to create/innovate ● Theresa Amabile How to Kill Creativity ○ Creativity is unintentionally undermined ■ Company’s focus on coordination, productivity, and control ○ Creativity is: ■ Thinking imaginatively ■ Expertise ■ Motivation ○ How does one manage for creativity? ■ Intrinsic motivation is the easiest component to influence ● 6 principles: ○ Challenge ○ Freedom ○ Resources ○ Work group features ○ Supervisory engagement ○ Organizational support ● Peter Theil “Even if you are not intentional about your company’s culture, you will still have one.” ● External forces that drive change: ○ Economic conditions ○ Competitor’s actions ○ Technological developments ○ Societal and demographic shifts ● Proactive change/recognition ○ Making carefully thoughtout changes in anticipation of possible/expected problems or opportunities ○ Accomplished through environmental scanning ○ planned/proactive change is generally costly ● Reactive change/recognition ○ Making changes in response to problems and opportunities as they arise ○ Some developments take place so quickly that there is not time for planned proactive change ● Where should changes occur? ○ Strategy ○ Structure ○ Systems ■ Ex: Hiring processes (airbnb) ○ Technology ○ Shared values and culture ○ Staff
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