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Leadership and the Contracting Officer. Breakout Session # 909 Lyle Eesley, Center Director for Contracting, Defense Acquisition University Date 28 April 2004 Time 10:30 – 11:30 am. Overview. What is Leadership Leadership Competencies Developing your Leadership Model.

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Breakout session 909

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management in the Business World”


Breakout session 909

Leadership and the Contracting Officer

Breakout Session # 909

Lyle Eesley, Center Director for Contracting, Defense Acquisition University

Date 28 April 2004

Time 10:30 – 11:30 am

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Overview

Overview

  • What is Leadership

  • Leadership Competencies

  • Developing your Leadership Model

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Leadership and management are different

Leadership and Management are different

Leadership

Management

  • Planning and Budgeting - Establishing details steps and timetable for achieving needed results and then allocation the resources necessary to make that happen

  • Organizing and Staffing - Establishing some structure for accomplished plan requirements, staffing, delegating, policy and procedures

  • Controlling and Problem Solving - Monitoring results vs. plan in some detail identifying deviations, and then plan to solve problems

  • Produces a degree of predictability and order, and has the potential of consistently producing key results for stakeholders.

Creating an agenda

  • Establishing Direction – developing a vision of the future, often the distant future, and strategies for producing the changed needed to achieve that vision

  • Aligning People – communicating the direction by words and deeds to all those whose cooperation may be needed

  • Motivating and inspiring – energizing people to overcome major political, bureaucratic and resource barriers to change…

  • Produces change, often to a dramatic degree and has the potential of producing extremely useful change

Developing human network

Execution

Outcomes

Source: The Heart of Change, John Kotter

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Ecq leadership competencies

ECQ Leadership Competencies

  • Results Driven

    • Accountability

    • Customer service

    • Decisiveness

    • Entrepreneurship

    • Problem solving

    • Technical credibility

  • Leading Change

    • Continual learning

    • Creativity & Innovation

    • External awareness

    • Flexibility

    • Resilience

    • Service motivation

    • Strategic thinking

    • Vision

  • Business Acumen

    • Financial management

    • Human resource mgt

    • Technology management

  • Building Coalitions/Communication

    • Influencing / negotiating

    • Interpersonal skills

    • Oral communication

    • Partnering

    • Political savvy

    • Written communication

  • Leading People

    • Conflict management

    • Cultural awareness

    • Integrity/honesty

    • Team building

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Leadership

Leadership

  • Leadership Misconceptions

    • Born, not made

    • Style Counts

  • What Really Counts in Leadership

    • Core Behavior

    • Be yourself

    • Doing It

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Developing your leadership model

Developing your Leadership model

  • Embrace Change

  • Define your Vision

  • Align Your Team

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Survival in a knowledge economy

Survival in a Knowledge Economy

“The winners and losers in the information age will be differentiated by brainpower. It takes 2% of Americans to feed us all, and 5% to make everything we need. Everything else will be service and information technology, and in this world humans and brains will be the key variable.”

T.J. Rodgers

Founder of Cypress Semiconductor

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Embrace change

Embrace Change

  • Change is constant

  • Continuous Learning to refresh your knowledge base

  • Transform to prevail

  • FAR Part One Leadership challenge

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Leadership challenge in far part one

Leadership challenge in FAR Part One

  • Vision:

    • All participants are charged with making decisions that deliver the best value product or service to the customer

  • Performance Standards

    • Satisfy the customer – cost, quality, and timeliness of delivered product or service

    • Minimize administrative operations cost

    • Conduct business with integrity, fairness and openness

    • Fulfill public policy objectives

  • Exercise personal initiative and sound business judgment to provide best value

    • In exercising initiative, actions that ensure the best interests of the government are within your authority unless they are specifically prohibited by law or policy

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Define your vision for mission support

Define your Vision for Mission Support

  • Provides the foundation for action

  • Focused on customer’s mission

  • Drive alignment of all elements of the team

  • Align with Customer’s Mission outcomes

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Vision must overcome this

Vision must overcome this

Mission

Stakeholder

Contractor

Functional

Community

Contracting

Community

Customers

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Build alignment with mission

Build Alignment with Mission

Mission

Doing things Right

Doing the Right Things

Stakeholder

Customers

Contracting

Community

Functional

Community

Contractor

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Define and build your vision

Define and Build your Vision

Stakeholder

Mission support

Expectations

Customer

Support Delivery

Requirements

Continuously Maintain Alignment

Costs

Performance

Goal

SupportStrategies

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Align your team

Align your team

  • People, Process and Technology is all we have

  • Live your values – stay focused

  • Seek continuous feedback

  • Vision establishes the things people can buy into

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Leadership is a critical quality in a contracting professional

  • Require a commitment to make a difference

  • Quality you can develop

NCMA World Congress 2004

“Maximizing Value to Stakeholders…Contract Management within the Business Cycle”


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