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Collaboration

  1. 1. Collaboration
  2. 2. Values of Collaboration MAKE A DIFFERENCE TRUST WORTHY By Collaboration, We Breakthrough Don’t allow INERTIA to cause a system’s constraint
  3. 3. Learning A process of searching for and integrating new information to make sense out of disorientation Peter Senge writes: Through learning we recreate ourselves Through learning we become able to do something we never were able to do Through learning we re-perceive the world and our relationship to it Through learning we extend our capacity to create, to be part of the generative process of life Collaboration: learning from each
  4. 4. Too simple, sometimes naive Is there any common interest? Probably yes but who gets more? Why? Why should I co-operate with you? Why should I listen to you? What is the basis? Am I helping you for your own sake? Why should I believe you?
  5. 5. Reciprocity Do you believe it? Do you see the value of trust? Are your peers department trustworthy? Are you trustworthy? Are you willing to give first and take later? Or the reversal? Do you hesitate to reveal your under- performance if it happens Is there trust among
  6. 6. Community Are you solely relying on others without any service provision? Are you solely services provider without any need to take service from others? Is there any fair & voluntary (social) exchange within your organization? Are all peers department equal and fairly treated? What should be the norm of your
  7. 7. The Nature of Hate Consists of emotions and cognitions Cognitions may include devaluation and the perception of a threat Being evoked just for reason of lust and ambition Appears as a response to a threat against oneself or another person Disappear when the threat is removed
  8. 8. People behave in a harmful way towardothers, there needs to be some moraldisengagement that helps to make theiractions respectable and helps to reducetheir personal responsibility for itRe-define the morality of their acts Allport: Whatever is sensed as a threat is hated
  9. 9. Lying It is easy to tell a lie but hard to tell only one. The first lie must be thatched with another or it will rain through More and more lies may come to be needed The liar always has more mending to do As lies spread, trust is damaged
  10. 10. T IP : CA B dInstitutionalization to the rives us destination What to sediment to the members of organization? What to eliminate from the mindset of the members? Is check-and-balance (CAB) good? Any value if we generalize it to the organization culture?
  11. 11. Who should be responsible? The owner? DON‘T TELL IT SHOW Senior Management? IT! Middle Management? The staff? Or the HR? Nobody is as smart as everybody
  12. 12. An example to examine in Supply ChainCustomer Demand/ForecastMaster Production ScheduleMaterial RequirementPlanningProduction Schedule
  13. 13. Who should take the lead?1. The man who wants to stand out (the influencer) 2 32. His sphere of influence (subordinates)3. The radiated (testing the behavior and taking the 1 4 benefit)4. People influenced by other with vicarious experience 55. Acculturated and norms formed, which in turn restrict (1) But how the lose should be

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