9061 MBR. Spring 2012: Intra-organizational relationships continued... Lecture 19 Power Lecture 20 Political Behaviour (and Conflict) Lecture 21 Revision. Lecture 19 Power. Aims: Consider nature of power including Lukes’s dimensions
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Intra-organizational relationships continued...
Lecture 19 Power
Lecture 20 Political Behaviour (and Conflict)
Lecture 21 Revision
A has power over B to the extent s/he can get B to do something they (B) would not otherwise do
A process therefore which could involve could involve
Dimension 1 Securing decisions for agreement
Dimension 2 Decision-making agendas
Dimension 3 Institutionalised power
Self-monitoring...or saving 25$ per day in human intervention
Normally viewed as inversely related Golf club analogy again?
Imagery and language
Gender e.g. Morgan (1986): Queen Elizabeth 1, Amazon, Delilah, etc strategies
OrHenry VIII, Warrior, Playboy, Father ,etc strategies
Strategic Contingencies. Relate to departments or other sub-units.
Ways of overcoming such power?