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Copy of Vroom- Jago Leadership-Participation Model

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Sreejith Menon

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Vroom-Jago Leader-Participation Model
What is it?
The Vroom-Jago Leader-Participation model aims to help a leader choose the decision making model best suited to a situation, with a focus on the amount of participation in the decision-making process allowed to followers.
How It works
A leader can make a:
Authority Decision
Consultative Decision
Group Decision
– decision is made by the leader and then communicated to the group.
– decision made by leader after receiving information, advice, or opinions from group members.
– decision is made by group members themselves.
When faced with making a decision, a leader can:
Decide alone
Consult Individually
Consult with Group

authority decision
- manager decides how to solve the problem and communicates the decision to the group.
- manager makes the decision after sharing the problem and consulting individually with group members to get their suggestions.
consultative decision
- manager makes the decision after convening with the group, sharing the problem, and consulting with everyone to get their suggestions.
consultative decision
- manager convenes group, shares problem, and then facilitates group discussion to make a decision.
group decision
- the manager convenes group and delegates to group members the authority to define the problem and make a decision.
group decision
*no one decision making method applies to all situations. Each is appropriate in certain situations, and each has its advantages and disadvantages.
The Key to Success
The decision type must correctly match the characteristics of the problem being solved. Determined by:
Decision Quality – based on who has the information needed for problem solving.
Decision Acceptance – based on the importance of subordinate acceptance of the decision to its implementation.
Decision Time – based on the time available to make and implement the decision.
Participative Decision Methods – improve decision quality, improve decision acceptance, and contributes to the development of leadership potential in others.
Authoritative Decisions – most efficient when problem must be resolved immediately.
Scenario 1: Skit
Scenario 2:
A fire occured in the production line at a local factory producing cheese. There was 30 people working in the production line. there was a retail outlet located within the building that employed 5 workers, that was also damaged in the fire. As a result, the retail outlet is unsafe for customers and production on the line has ceased until repairs have been made, which has been estimated at 3 months to complete. The combination of loss of production and retail sales results in a loss of income of $10,000 per day. To continue to pay these employees will result in a greater loss. As a manager, you need to make some timely decisions, such as laying off employees, cancelling sales contracts and inquiring about insurance coverage.
What kind of decision will you be making and what are the indicators?
Scenario 3: Skit
Pg. 346 in the Text book
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