Aalto UniversityExecutive Education Leadership for High Potentials Leading others Leadership today, tomorrow and beyond Riitta Lumme-Tuomala, Senior Advisor December 11, 2012
”Agenda”1. A peek into the future…2. Social macrotrends and changes in our business environment3. The New Leader4. Generationally diverse organizations5. MBTI and Leadership6. Emotional Capitalists?
TechnologizationNew global economySource: Janne Tienari •Increase in productivity & Susan Meriläinen •Global redistribution of work •New forms of production and markets Financialization Multiculturalism Ecologization •Separation of capital •Inequality of •Profileration of and production opportunities environmental challenges •Capital becoming •Different forms of •Finding mutual solutions ”faceless” mobility •Corporate social •Economic power blocs •Diversifying responsibility organizations Medialization •”Media realities” •Increasing influence of global media giants challenges for •Emphasis on corporate communications and management…? reputation
Organisaatio tänään ja huomenna Mikko Vesa 2011 Traditional organization Virtual organizationCriteria for membership Membership in the organization Is built on the concept of virtual “attached” to a physical person. representatives/avatars.Resource management Clear decision making and Challenging due to a large budgeting policies. Reward number of different types of system. targets.Policies Discipline. Built on social acceptance.Organizational structure Hierarchical. Important Dispersed and collegial. structures vertical. Important structures social.Objectives Activities and tasks are Result of all activities is a managed top-down. Clear collection of individual division between planning and strategies. Leadership implementation. competence based on communication, not formal Mikko Vesa, 2011 organizational power/authority.
”No doubt emotional intelligence ismore rare than book smarts, but myexperience says it is actually moreimportant in the making of a leader.”
”Research shows convincingly thateq is more important than iq in almostevery role and many times moreimportant in leadership roles.This finding is accentuated as we movefrom the control philosophy of theindustrial age to an empoweringrelease philosophy of the knowledgeworker age.”