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This is Part 5 of an eight part series of presentations entitled Leadership in the Interactive Age, originally presented over the National Technological University's satellite network in January and ...

This is Part 5 of an eight part series of presentations entitled Leadership in the Interactive Age, originally presented over the National Technological University's satellite network in January and February, 1995 by Paul Schumann, Donna Prestwood and Barbara Benjamin. Some of the topical references are out of date but the concepts are still valid. They're probably more apparently valid now then they were at the time of the original production.

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  • Leadership in the Interactive Age Leading in the Age of Interaction: Tools That Recreate Part 5 Paul Schumann
  • Leading in the Age of Interaction
    • Tools That Recreate
    • Introductions
    • Series Overview
    • Program Description
  • Where We’ve Been
    • Leadership and Technology: Is Your Mental Map Ready?
    • Personal Ingenuity and Emerging Technologies
    • Knowledge and the Ethics of Technology
    • Integrating Technologies in the Age of Interaction
  • Where We’re Going
    • Leading in the Age of Interaction: Tools That Recreate
    • Leadership Is a State of Mind, Not a Position
    • Leadership, Ingenuity and Technology Interaction: Accelerators of Innovation
    • Organizations and Individuals That Have Invented New Tools for New Times
  • Integrating Technologies in the Age of Interaction
    • Technology: Your Teammate
    • Space and Time Travel With Information Technology
    • Information Technology Redefines Teams and Teamwork
    • Information Technology, Teamwork and Creativity
    • Communication and Conversation
  • The Real Costs of Information Technology
  • Leading in the Age of Interaction
    • Leading in Times of Change
    • Continual and Continuous Change
    • Recreating Teams and Organizations
    • Motivation and the Ability to Lead
    • Lifelong Learning
    • The Profile of a Leader in the Interactive Age
  • Leading in Times of Change
    • Authority
    • Control
    • Connections
    • Charisma
    • Motivation
  • Leading in Times of Change
    • Ethics
    • Responsibility
    • Structure
    • Strategy
  • Continual and Continuous Change
    • Physics
    • Performance
    • Paradigms
    • Perspective
  • Performance Improvement Productivity Time Physical System
  • Performance Improvement Productivity Time Human System
  • Performance Improvement Time Productivity
  • Paradigm Progress Normal Progress Anomalies Crisis Revolution
  • Fractals, Holograms & Mobius
    • Fractals: Layers of Detail
    • Holograms: The Big Picture
    • Mobius: Intertwined and Interlinked
  • Present Models of Change
    • The Challenge
    • Reorganization and Restructuring
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Intrapreneurship
    • Quality
  • Present Models of Change
    • Flex Teams
    • Down Sizing , Right Sizing and Reshaping
    • Re-engineering
    • Re-inventing
    • Principle Centered Leadership
    • The Learning Organization
  • Recreating Teams and Organizations
    • Holographic or Mosaic
    • Integrative or Segmental
    • External or Internal
    • Gentle or Violent
    • Organic or Mechanical
    • Participative or Directive
    • Interdependent or Independent
  • Motivation and the Ability to Lead
    • The Stages of Learning to Lead
    • Maximizing Motivation
    • Diminishing Motivation
    • Catalysts for Growth
  • Stages of Development Material Formative Productive Final
  • The Stages of Learning to Lead Material Formative Productive Final Consciousness The World Mystery I Have No Control Problem I Must Cope Project I Must Participate Mystery We Must Care Self Function Exist Center Hostile World Do Succeed Belong Act Reshape Independence Give Life Global Intimacy& Solitude Human Needs Physical Food, Pleasure, Sex, Warmth & Shelter Social Acceptance, Affirmation, Approval Personal Creativity, Be, Accomplish Communal Global Harmony, Nurturing
  • The Stages of Learning to Lead Material Formative Productive Final Values Goal Values Self Preservation Security Family Belonging Self Worth Self Competence Confidence Life/Self- Actualization Service Vocation Being Self Human Dignity Intimacy Solitude Ecority Beauty Transcendence Safety Survival Means Values Instrumentality Education Empathy Integrity Independence Accountability Mutual Respon- sibility Interdependence Convivial Tools Intermediate Technology
  • The Stages of Learning to Lead Material Formative Productive Final I Must Lead To Assure Survival I Must Lead To Assure That I Learn and Belong I Must Lead To Fulfill Myself I Must Lead To Help Others
  • Integration of Resources Knowing Creating Being Intellectual Responsive Intuitive
  • Maximizing Motivation Vision & Commitment Mastery of Resources Team Vision Maximum Team Productivity Integration of Resources Conversation Skills Confidence & Clarity Ingenious Leadership Goal Oriented Promote Personal Development Utilize Creative Tension
  • Diminishing Motivation Team Requirements Limited Range of Resources Diminishing Team Productivity Division of Resources Perfunctory Performance & Dissatisfaction Communication Benchmarking Segmental Leadership Polarization & Reaction Internal Competition Curtail Creative Tension
  • Catalysts for Growth
    • Life Force
    • Metamorphosis
    • Exogenous Forces
    • Indomitable Forces
  • Life Long Learning
    • The Late Industrial Model
    • Demographics
    • The Interactive Model
    • Distinguishing Between Jobs and Work
      • Acquiring Information
      • Applying Information
      • Learning New Ways
      • Defining Purpose
  • Jobs and Work
    • A Job: Bounded, Controlled, Limiting
    • Work: Expansive, Fulfilling, Learning
  • Job Directions Policy Procedures Measurements Materials Output A Job Tasks Assignments
  • Work Vision Mission Goals Materials Purpose Knowledge Skills Abilities Innovation Acquire Apply Converse
  • Work and Your Purpose Time Purpose Goals Innovation Ingenuity Acquire Apply Converse Acquire Apply Converse Acquire Apply Converse Acquire Apply Converse
  • The Profile of a Leader in the Interactive Age
    • Authority is Derived
    • Control is Granted by Consent
    • Connections Provide Information
    • Charisma Emanates From Commitment
    • Motivation Transcends Self
  • The Profile of a Leader in the Interactive Age
    • Ethics Reflect Integrity
    • Responsibility Requires Responsiveness
    • Structure is Situational
    • Strategies are Values Based
  • Glocal Vantage, Inc.
    • Paul Schumann
    • PO Box 161475, Austin, TX 78716
    • [email_address]
    • Glocal vantage: http://www.glocalvantage.com
    • Insights – Intelligence – Innovation Collaborative: http://incollaboration.ning.com
    • Twitter: innovant2003
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