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Quinn Introduction (Official)
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This is the official and extended powerpoint that explains about the Quinn Competing Values Framework

This is the official and extended powerpoint that explains about the Quinn Competing Values Framework

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  • 1. The Competing Values Approach to Management Chapter 1 Becoming a Master Manager: A Competing Values Approach 4 th Edition
  • 2. Agenda
    • Evolution of management models
    • Action imperatives supporting the competing values framework
    • Leadership roles and the competing values framework
    • Role expectations
    • How to develop competencies
    • Value added for you and your organization
    Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 3. 1. Management models - Evolution Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1900-1925: Rational goal model and internal process model * Believe in “survival of the fittest” * Rise of great individual leaders 1926-1950: Human relations model * Sense of prosperity, recreation, and survival * Increased focus on relationships 1951-1975: Open systems model * Not only money and recreation but also self-fulfillment * Knowledge focus – manager no longer controller
  • 4. Evolution Cont. Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1976-Today: Need for effectiveness in a highly dynamic environment A single framework: A competing values approach
  • 5. 2. Competing values approach- Action imperatives Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. INTERNAL FOCUS EXTERNAL FOCUS FLEXIBILITY STABILITY COLLABORATE CREATE CONTROL COMPETE Do things together Do things first Do things right Do things fast
  • 6. 3. Competing values framework – Leadership roles Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. INTERNAL FOCUS EXTERNAL FOCUS FLEXIBILITY STABILITY COLLABORATE CREATE CONTROL COMPETE Mentor Facilitator Monitor Coordinator Broker Innovator Producer Director
  • 7. 3. Competing values framework Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. INTERNAL FOCUS EXTERNAL FOCUS FLEXIBILITY STABILITY Involvement results in commitment & cohesion which leads to success. Adaptation, innovation, & external resources lead to success. Bureaucratic internal routines create stability & lead to success. Rational analysis and clear directions lead to success.
  • 8. 4. Role expectations
    • Managers are expected to…
    • Clarify expectations, be task oriented, and be self-motivated
    • Care for details and maintain flow of the system
    • Be process oriented and develop the human resource
    • Facilitate adaptation and change, be astute and influential
    • But how can they achieve this??...
    Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 9. 5. Developing Leadership Competencies!
    • A ssessment
    • L earning
    • A nalysis
    • P ractice
    • A pplication
    • Excellent communication skills are imperative to become a master manager!
    Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Five-step model based on Whetton and Cameron (1983, “Management skill training: A needed addition to the management curriculum,” Organizational Behavior Teaching Journal, 8, 10-15). Reflection
  • 10. 5. Value added
    • Alignment of organizational culture with action imperatives and strategic goals
    • Alignment of performance criteria with organizational culture
    • Individual development plans can be optimized by reflecting appropriate priorities based on:
      • Assessment of individual competencies
      • Strategic focus of organization
    Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • 11.
    • Questions??
    Chapter 1: The competing values approach to management. Quinn et al., (2007). Becoming a master manager. A competing values approach. NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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