Star Wars - Organizational Behavior

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A look at Star Wars in relation in Organizational Behavior

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  • 1. By:
    Ryan Crago
    Ta’Nish Erickson
    Eddie Suchevits
    Billy Wasko
  • 2. 2
    EPISODE VIII:
    In an OB Class far far away..
    There was a group named
    Team 8. They were on a mission to demonstrate
    Team building to a group of their classmates. While providing some good entertainment along the way. We’ll see you on the other side of the galaxy.
  • 3. 3
    May the Force be with you..
    Han Solo
    Obi-Wan Kenobi
    Darth Vader
    Chewbacca
    Luke Skywalker
    Princess Leia
    R2-D2 C-3PO
  • 4. Teamwork
    4
  • 5. 5
    PERFORM
    Role performance
    NORM
    Role acceptance
    ADJORN
    Celebration
    STORM
    Leadership challenge
    FORM
    Coming together
  • 6. Diversity
    Internal
    6
    External
    • Religion
    • 7. Force vs Han Solo’s skepticism
    • 8. Dark Side (Sith) vs Good Side (Jedi)
    • 9. Income
    • 10. Leia (royalty) vs Luke (farmer)
    • 11. Work Experience
    • 12. Farmer vs Pilot vs Jedi vs Senator
    • 13. Age
    • 14. Luke vs Obi-Wan
    • 15. Gender
    • 16. Leiavs 3 Guys
    • 17. Race
    • 18. Humans vs Aliens vs Robots
  • CTC
    7
    Cooperation
    Cohesion
    Trust
  • 19. Motivation
    8
  • 20.
    • Three main factors
    • 21. Power
    • 22. Control or influence over others
    • 23. Affiliation
    • 24. Want to be part of the team or group, social relationships
    • 25. Achievement
    • 26. To accomplish a goal or task
    9
    McCllands Needs Theory
  • 27. 10
    Rebel Alliance
  • 35. 11
    Rebel Alliance
  • 41. Dark Side / Galactic Empire
    12
  • 45.
    • Roles that team members play on the team
    • 46. Two types
    • 47. Task
    • 48. Maintenance
    13
    Functional Rules
  • 49.
    • Luke Skywalker
    • 50. Initiator / Orienteer / Harmonizer
    • 51. Princess Leia
    • 52. Coordinator / Orienteer / Communicator
    • 53. Han Solo
    • 54. Coordinator
    14
    Rebel Alliance
  • 55.
    • Obi-wan Kenobi
    • 56. Evaluator / Encourager / Standard Setter
    • 57. Chewbacca
    • 58. Follower / Procedural Tech
    • 59. R2-D2 & C-3P0
    • 60. Followers / Procedural Techs / Commentators / Recorders
    15
    Rebel Alliance
  • 61.
    • Darth Vader
    • 62. Standard setter / Initiator
    • 63. Grand Moff Tarkin
    • 64. Follower
    16
    Dark Side/Galactic Empire
  • 65. Leadership
    17
  • 66. Main Leaders
    18
  • 70. Leadership Traits
    19
  • Interpersonal Power
    20
  • Leadership Changes
    Young Jedi..
    LUKE SKYWALKER
    Gains respect after destroying Death Star
    21
  • 98. Fielder’s Contingency Theory
    Task-motivated leaders
    Darth Vader
    Luke Skywalker
    22
    • Relationship-motivated leader
    • 99. Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Fielder’s Contingency Theory
    • Darth Vader
    • 100. High Position Power
    • 101. Reward, punish, obtain compliance
    • 102. Situational Control
    • 103. Leader Member Relations
    • 104. Obi-Wan – loyalty & support
    • 105. Han Solo – support & trust
    • 106. Luke Skywalker - loyalty, support, and trust
    23
  • 107. Conflict
    24
  • 108. Interpersonal Conflicts
    Han Solo vs. The Rest of the Group
    Personality Conflicts
    Compromising, Avoiding, and Integrating Conflict
    25
  • 109. Resolution
    He neglects his own concern for himself to satisfy the concern of the group
    26
  • 110. Interpersonal Conflicts
    Imperial Forces vs. The Rebels
    Intergroup Conflict
    Dominating, Avoiding, Integrating
    27
  • 111. Resolution
    The Rebels may have won the battle but they have not won the war.
    The conflict continues…………
    28
  • 112. 29
    Thank You!