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  • OGM 641ÀภÒาÇวÐะ¼ผÙูŒŒ¹นíํÒา¡กÒาÃร¨จÑั´ด¡กÒาÃร¡กÒาÃรàเ»ปÅลÕีè่Âย¹นàเàเ»ปÅล§งàเàเÅลÐะ¡กÒาÃร Êส×ืè่ÍอÊสÒาÃร Leadership, Change,andCommunication Management Course Syllabus Ajarn OrapakSuwanapakdee Organization Leadership Pepperdine University School of Education and Psychology
  • Course SyllabusOGM 641Leadership, Change and Communication ManagementContact Information:orapak@alum.mit.edu, www.facebook.com/orapakGroup Education Contact Information:Facebook for OGM 641 students to get powerpoints and information aboutleadership updates before classes and after classes:http://www.facebook.com/LeadershipEducationClubThailandhttp://www.slideshare.net/orapakIntroduction:The main objective of this course is to prepare individuals to betterunderstand, accept, and assume leadership roles in increasinglycompetitive, globalized, multicultural, multi-values organizations byunderstanding the significance of theories, models, and concepts ofleadership, and analyzing and understanding their unique leadership style.The course also addresses necessary skills for managers to lead in thisglobalization era. Theories and practice of change and communicationmanagement, which deal with the individual, group, intergroup, andorganizational levels are discussed.Objectives:This course is designed to provide you with perspectives on leadership. Inparticular, the objectives of this course include: • To understand, to be able to articulate, and to come up with your personal, unique leadership approach • To investigate, to understand, and to be able to apply significant models, theories and concepts of leadership to your own organization and to yourself as a personal leader • To develop leadership skills into your communicating and managing change in organizations • To understand the effects of diversity of people upon the dynamics of 2
  • leadership• To examine and to discuss contemporary and classical writings on leadership theory and practice• To integrate leadership into your professional practice at work 3
  • Requirements:Personal Vision and Personal Leadership ( Individual) 25%Leader Analysis Paper ( Group) 30%Participation and attendance 20%Final Exam ( Only One Final Test) 25%Total 100%** Students are encouraged to participate because it is weighted 20 scoreout of 100. Students who miss classes or absence will have points deducted.In case there is emergency, students have to contact Ajarn Orapak in orderto submit extra work to compensate for reduced points if they wish.Required Material:Leadership Theory and Practice by Peter Guy Northouse( Seriously Required)http://www.amazon.com/Leadership-Practice-Peter-G-Northouse/dp/1412974887/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1320409760&sr=8-StrengthsFinder 2.0 by Tom Rath( Good to read to help you with assignments, especially individualassignments)http://www.amazon.com/StrengthsFinder-2-0-Tom-Rath/dp/159562015X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1320409795&sr=1-1Strengths-Based Leadership by Tom Rath and Barry Conchie( Good to read to help you with assignments, especially individualassignments)http://www.amazon.com/Strengths-Based-Leadership-Leaders-People/dp/B005C4ER3A/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1320409816&sr=1-2VDO to watch:Lean on Me, The Last Castle, Coach Carter, Enron the Smart Guy in theRoom, Dead Poet’s Society, and Twelve Angry Men ( The first threemovies are required and the rest we will do if we have time) 4
  • Optional Readings:• Self-Esteem: A Proven Program of Cognitive Techniques for Assessing, Improving, and Maintaining Your Self-Esteem by Patrick Fanning and Matthew McKay• Six Pillars of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden• Leadership : A Communication Perspective by Michael Z. Hackman• 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself by Steve Chandler• Primal Leadership : Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman• The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick LencioniResearch Readings:In order for you to do work on any assignments, or study,You are welcome to look at Google Scholar, Google Books, Amazon.com,University Library, HBR.org , and other leadership sources, such asInternational Journal of Organization Theory and BehaviorJournal of Applied PsychologyJournal of Business and PsychologyJournal of Educational AdministrationJournal of Leadership & Organizational StudiesJournal of Organizational Change ManagementLeadership QuarterlyLeadership & Organization Development JournalGrading System: Listed here is my grading criteria 95% - 100% A 90% - 94.9% A- 87% - 89.9% B+ 83% - 86.9% B 80% - 82.9% B- 70% - 79.9% C Below 70% F 5
  • Notes on Assignments:The following assignments will be used to evaluate your performance in thecourse:Late assignment will be deducted 20%Presentation of Personal Leadership and Personal Vision (25%) is due onfourth session. Out of 25%, presentation is counted as (10%) of 100 and therest of 15% is about the quality of your write-up showing your ability tounderstand yourself using the models and what we discuss in class.The goal of presenting your personal leadership and personal vision is tohelp identify your life journey along with your career goal. You arewelcome to look at models in this presentationhttp://www.slideshare.net/Orapak/personalvisiontemplateforwriteupLeader Analysis Group Paper (30%):10% is graded on the quality of your paper10% is graded on the quality of your presentation10% is graded on your peer review ( how you work as a team member)The leadership analysis paper is a reflective paper that integrates thetheoretical concepts discussed in class into your practice, in the context ofdealing with a real-life leadership challenge. Select the leader which yourgroup ( 5-6 people) admires the most, and analyze the leader based onleadership theory study. The paper should be about 8-10pages long. Thesections should be as follows: • Introduction: What makes the Great leader? Display the success of this leader. What measure the success of this leader? The introduction should give the reasons why you pick this leader and what is the success of this leader ? It is very important to identify tangible success of the leader you decide to select. • Discuss his leadership styles, traits, approaches by identify his strengths as styles and weakness as styles. Please refer to his quotes in newspapers, journals, or any document which show his styles, traits, 6
  • approaches ,etc related to leadership theory discussed in classes or in any required and optional reading materials.• Discuss his communication, change and management styles that are most appealing to his success as the leader.• References are needed. It is important to make references when those words are not your own word. 7
  • Your Group Paper Checklist: ( MUST- HAVE)ü What are the successes of this leader?ü What makes your group choose this leader?ü Introduction of resume or profile of this leaderü What were some of the obstacles the leaderhas faced?ü How would you describe the leadership style/ trait/approach?ü What are the key leadership characteristics ?ü What are roles of this leader and what are his challenges?ü Describe decision making process or process of making changeü What role do you see women playing in leadership and what advantage or disadvantages do women face in leadership positions? o ( if you select women as your leader)ü If you can compare this leader to other leaders selling the same thing or being in the same industry, how would you characterize this leader. 8
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  • Schedule of Activities on KMUTT CampusDat Topics Readings and Assignmentse Introduction “ Be able to identify your personal leadership” s – Course Overview &1 http://www.slideshare.net/Orapak/personal- Personal leadership-by-ajarn-orapak-suwanapakdee Leadership and Personal Journey “ Be able to frame your personal vision and personal goals” and “ Be able to analyze, critique and build your own personal visions and personal goals” http://www.slideshare.net/Orapak/personal-vision- revised( Personal Vision) http://www.slideshare.net/Orapak/personalvisionte mplateforwriteup( Template to write Personal Personal Vision and Personal Leadership Individual Vision Assessement Essay)2 And Strengths Steve Jobs’ Speech at Stanford : Finder http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc Individual Assessment Essay: Write up your personal leadership, personal vision, and personal journey based on any models described in template. The goal of essay is to identify your identify, your strengths, your weaknesses, your opportunities and your threats. Requirements : Personal leadership model in slideshare Lecture 1, SWOT analysis model in slideshare lecture 2, Status, Problem Statement of 10
  • yourself, identify your past, your present, and your future goal. Objective of this essay: ** The goal is to help you write essay about yourself. How do you understand yourself as a personal leader by using all models to understand your personal vision, personal journey and personal leadership Essay Page Limit : 4-7 Pages Powerpoint Presentation in Class Recommended Book :StrengthFinders Managers Versus Leaders Document: http://guides.wsj.com/management/developing-a- leadership-style/what-is-the-difference-between- management-and-leadership/ www.ca.uky.edu/agc/pubs/elk1/elk1103/elk1103.p df Managers, Managemen http://changingminds.org/disciplines/leadership/arti t, cles/manager_leader.htm Leadership,3 Leadership http://www.slideshare.net/Orapak/session3- Theory, and managers- versusleaders Corporate Vision Leadership Defined: Chapter 1 ( Introduction) Corporate Vision PPT: http://www.slideshare.net/Orapak/corporate- vision2 “ Be able to understand the meaning of manager, 11
  • leader and corporate vision.” Chapter 2 ( Traits Approach) Leadership Chapter 3 ( Skills Approach)4 Models and Discussion on various models in chapter 2 and 3 Examples and display examples of leaders Persuasion, Motivation, Self-Esteem, Prepare Chapter 4 ( Style Approach) Ethics,5 Discussion on various models in chapter4 and Leadership display examples of leaders and Communicat ion Situational and Contingency Situational Approach : Chapter 5 Models Contigency Theory: Chapter 6 Path Goal Theory : Chapter 7 Path-Goal Leadership Member Exchange : Read Chapter 86 Theory This lecture is very important because it touches Leadership 4 chapters all at once. Suggestion : to start Member prepare now. Exchange Theory Continue Chapter 5-8 and Wrap – up7 Wrap-up : Chapter 1-8 with real word examples Transformatio Transformational Leadership : Chapter 9 nal leadership Culture Leadership : Chapter 148 And Discussion on various models and display Culture examples of leaders Leadership 12
  • Servant Leadership /Coercive Leadership/ Authentic Leadership : Chapter 10 Affiliated Team Leadership : Chapter 119 Leadership/ Situational Leadership/ Authentic Leadership Leadership and Ethics : Chapter 15 Participate in the first 3 movies Analysis and Apply concepts to 3 movies after discussion on Application of10 Leadership chapter 15 Models Communicati Class lecture and selected readings from Great11 on Theory and Practice Communication: Secrets of Great Leaders Decision Making and Introduction12 to Change Class lecture and selected readings Management Individual Presentation and Analysis on Personal Individual Presentation of 10 minutes each person Vision,13 Personal Leadership, Strength Finders and Life Roadmap Catching up 5 Groups Presented. Each Group takes 30 minutes14 and Group to present. Cold calling for group presentation. Presentation 13
  • s Q&A Question and Answer Sessions for unclear concepts15 and examples Final Exam All chapters in Northouse and information in16 slideshare.net/orapak will be tested 14
  • Group Member Evaluation( Peer Review Evaluation Form)As for the group paper, in the end you need to evaluate your teammates. So,one thirds of total score of your group paper score is based on peer review.Let’s say your group paper is 100. Your content paper quality is 33.33%.Your presentation is 33.33% and Your peer review evaluation is 33.33%Therefore, your effort as a team member is very important to your grade.List the names of the members in your study group, including you, in thespace provided below. Give yourself a 5. Grade the remaining members ofyour group based on their relative contribution to the paper. For example,if one member has done as much as or more work than you, give thatmember a 5. If s/he has done less work than you have, give him/her alower score such as a 4 or a 3. (Excellent, Good, OK, Poor, VeryIndividual Team Member Poor ) 5 4 3 2 1Mr. XXXXX 5 4 3 2 1Ms. XXXXX 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 5 4 3 2 1 15