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Ldr 300 case study 1

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Leadership Case Study adapted from Northouse

Leadership Case Study adapted from Northouse


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  • 1. LDR 300 Case Study Adapted from Northouse, P.G. (2010). Leadership: Theory and Practice, 5th ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. pp.57-58.
  • 2. • Principal investigator on a 3-year, $1million federally funded research grant (Elder Care Project) • Highly respected inClick for more his field of studyinformation on Dr.WoodClick for Dr. Wood’sConcerns Next…
  • 3. • Team includes Dr. Wood and 11 colleagues • Two co-investigators (with PhDs) • Four intervention staff (with MAs) • Five general staff members (with BAs)• All members are committed to the project • Believe in the goals • Believe in importance of the outcome• Hard working and devoted Next…
  • 4. • Studying health education programs for older populations (Elder Care Project) • 1 year into the project the team finds they are under budgeted with too fewClick to find out moreabout the funding and resources.time allocation Next…
  • 5. • Dr. Wood enters the meeting. He throws his notebook down on the table.• “I wish I’d never taken this project on. It’s taking way too much of my time. The rest of you aren’t pulling your weight.” Click to hear Dr. Taylor’s comments• Team members feel exasperated, frustrated Click to hear Steve and demoralized. Jackson’s comments• Positive feedback is not given to the team. Next…
  • 6. Need to develop a pamphlet for Elder Care ProjectThe Elder Care participantsProjectProviding quality healtheducation programs for • Pamphlet costs areseniors significantly more than budgeted in the grant • Dr. Wood is adept at finding small pockets of money to cover costs. • Team is concerned he will use this as another example of how he did most of the work on the project Next…
  • 7. Return to the Blackboard assignment page and completethe assignment related to this case study.