Presentation on theme: "LEGO write-ups. Don’t give me back the class content material pieces without building something professionally- useful with them."— Presentation transcript:
Don’t give me back the class content material pieces without building something professionally- useful with them.
Use the class content Legos to build something original by…
Using class Legos to explain WHY certain professional actions or techniques will or won’t work in a real world scenario you have set up
Using class Legos to explain HOW to use a certain pro tool or technique to achieve productive outcomes
Explaining WHO can benefit most from certain organizational or managerial practices\techniques in the class Legos & WHY
Explaining WHEN & WHERE class Lego pro techniques or ideas will work effectively
Using short example Legos to clarify & edify statements that are otherwise too general to guide a professional’s actions
Comparing professional actions Legos that deliver successful results to those that don’t
Explaining pro experiences relating to class Legos you or others had & what can be learned from them
PREDICTING the outcomes of professional actions using class Legos
Explaining WHY certain Lego professional actions or techniques will or won’t work in a scenario you created
Generic vs. SHARP portraits of reality
(GENERIC) Royce knew he was qualified to become store manager given his uncanny capacity to “connect” (?) with employees, who also felt Royce was a good leader (?). He also motivated employees (?) well through delivering the 4 I AM s. (?)
(SHARP) Royce “connected” with his blue collar employees by delivering the 4 I AMs in creative ways, such as congratulating Beth for keeping her cool with a rude customer. Members of his facilities maintenance team never missed Royce’s meetings, because they knew they could participate in making decisions & that Royce would carefully listen to their suggestions and follow though on them whenever possible.
(GENERIC) Janine was proud that her virtual team led her company is developing a unisex approach (?) to doing work. Both employee productivity and morale were high (?) and her co-workers had definitely bought into (?) the team’s mission, creating a positive org-human interface (?).
(SHARP) Janine asked her virtual team co- members to write contributions descriptions for themselves to help build jobs around their unique talents & interests. This approach supported the department’s unisex culture which blended male & female work styles in complementary ways (such as discussing important issues from the dual standpoint of both facts and feelings.).