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MGMT 3303 Ch. 5

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Laura Guerrero

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Transcript of MGMT 3303 Ch. 5

Ch. 5 - Personality and values
Dr. Laura Guerrero
Personality and values are sometimes part of what is called individual differences ...
What do you think that means?
Why would studying individual differences be value for the study of organizations?

Personality
encompasses the relatively stable feelings, thoughts, and behavioral patterns a person has.

Source: www.flatworldknowledge.com (Bauer & Erdogan)
In groups, explain:
(1) what are some of the issues with measuring personality
(2) personality determinants

The big five model
(3) openness to experience
(4) conscientiousness
(5) extraversion
(6) agreeableness
(7) neuroticism/ emotional stability

(8) impact of big five at work
A few words about Myers-Briggs ...
In groups, explain and give examples:
(1) Core self-evaluation
(2) Machiavellianism
(3) Narcissism
(4) Self-monitoring
(5) Risk taking
(6) Proactive personality
(7) strong vs. weak situations
(8) What is the right personality for a global workplace?
Writing assignment:
How can you use what you learned today?
What are values?
Why do values matter in the workplace?
Values
refer to stable life goals that people have, reflecting what is most important to them.

Source: www.flatworldknowledge.com (Bauer & Ergogan)
In groups, explain:
(1) person-job fit
(2) person-organization fit

Holland’s interests
(3) realistic
(4) investigative
(5) social
(6) conventional
(7) enterprising
(8) artistic
Person- job fit
(a) Employee likes the characteristics of the job (e.g., autonomy, opportunity to learn, etc)
(b) Employee's skills match the job requirements (e.g., college degree in Accounting)

Person- organization fit
(a) Employee values what the organization values (e.g., customer service)
(b) Employee shares values or other characteristics with many of the organization's employees
In groups, explain
(1) power distance
(2) example of high and low power distance
(3) individualism-collectivism
(4) example of individualism and collectivism
(5) masculinity-femininity
(6) example of masculinity and femininity
(7) long- and short-term orientation
(8) example of long- and short-term orientation
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