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Schein - EADM 881.3

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Transcript of Schein - EADM 881.3

Schein - EADM 881.3
Chapter 12 - How culture emerges into new groups
Chapter 13 - How founders/leaders create organizational cultures

Chapter 12 - Schein
How culture emerges in new groups
Building meaning through sharing perceptions and articulating feelings
4 stages of group evolution
Chapter 13 - How founders/leaders create organizational cultures
Chapter 12 -
Many organizations do not reach the final stage of group evolution. What do you think are the reasons for this?

Chapter 13 -
Is it possible to create culture change if the founder is still connected to the organization? why or why not
Create a Culture of Engagement
1. Group formation through originating and marker events

2. How individual intentions become group consequences

3. Building meaning through sharing perceptions and articulating feeling.

4. Leadership as timely intervention.

5. Stages of Group evolution.
"Groupness" is understood only when a person can articulate and describe what it is like to be in the group. To provide meaning to a shared emotional experience and provide relief from the anxiety of meaninglessness.
Leadership as Timely Intervention & Dealing with Assumptions about Authority
- Learning occurs through a process of shared reflection on whatever action has taken place.
- Assumptions that group members bring around authority and intimacy issues must be confronted and dealt with if the group is going to tackle a task together.
1. Group Formation - This is the beginning, there is an initiation of a group. The group may not have had clear objectives but the group comes together, gets to know each other and begins to work together.
2. Group Building - The group faces conflicts. The dynamics of personalities, leadership, authority and technical expertise will come to light with problems and issues that need to be worked out before the group can progress.
3. Group Work - After problems get worked out the group becomes stronger. The group enters a period of normalcy. Group members understand each other and know how the group operates ie: the process, how to interact and collaborate, and the pecking order.
4. Group Maturity - The more the group works together the better the group works. Efficiencies are developed. Expertise is improved, innovation is commonplace. This is when the success of a group is at the pinnacle. This is when group members celebrate what they create and produce. THIS IS WHAT EVERY LEADER STRIVES TO LEAD THE GROUP TO REALIZE. THIS IS THE STAGE THAT EVERY GROUP HOPES TO ACHIEVE.
1. This chapter looked at many different organizations and how they created change through founders who operate as strong leaders.
2. Leadership at the beginining of any organization, builds the foundation of culture that then is embedded throughout that organization.
3. A strong founder is an essential component to creating organizational culture.
4. In the case that the organization becomes dysfunctional or the environment changes, the organization must find a way to change the culture. This is extremely difficult if the founder is still a part of the organization.
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