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  1. Business Environment Analysis Industrial Management Institute By MortezaImanirad 1388

  2. Figure 1.1 The business organisation as a transformation system

  3. Figure 1.2 The firm in its environment

  4. Business organization • national environment Business organization • International environment

  5. Figure 1.3 Two levels of environment

  6. Key ‘Post Modern’ Assumptions • Our understanding of reality is socially constructed • Multiple realities exist about the same ‘thing’ • Impossible to separate object from subject • Know your frame!

  7. Do “The Pig” Gareth Morgan, Imaginization Skills for Leadership

  8. Skills for Leadership

  9. ontologywhat is real ? Objective Subjective Internal A posteriori Values Qualitative External A priori Facts Quantitative

  10. Epistemology How do we know? Objective Subjective Modern Reason Evidence Valid Laws Post-Modern Perception Experience Emotion Patterns

  11. Skills for Leadership

  12. Multiple Views • What do you see? Skills for Leadership

  13. “You don't see something until you have the right metaphor to let you perceive it”. Thomas Kuhn “Believing is seeing.” Karl Weick Skills for Leadership

  14. Framing and Reframing • Frames are sets of assumptions and mental models that act as a window on the world. • Frames are both conscious/explicit and unconscious/implicit. • Frames determine what we see and how we interpret what we see. • We need skills in engaging multiple models and learning how to reframe situation. Skills for Leadership

  15. وقتی در یک تاتر نشسته اید چه چیزی باعث می شود شما به بخشهای خاصی از تاتر توجه بیشتری بکنید : what is it that determines what you see ? • با که هستیم • در چه حالی هستیم • کجا نشسته ایم • ..........

  16. Lighting makes you see whatever it wants you to see . It can hide stuff that exist.

  17. Traps of Frames: Psychic Prisons • Taken-for-granted frames render us blind to new types of data. • We tend to seek out data that is consistent with our frames. • When we believe in our frames we tend to ignore, distort or deny information that is inconsistent with what the frame suggests should be there. Skills for Leadership

  18. Surface Assumptions and Ask Questions • Through Asking Questions you can Reveal the Taken-for-Granted Assumptions that Limit Thinking on any Topic • e.g. the 5 Why’s? • Why? • Why? • Why? • Why? • Why? Skills for Leadership

  19. Morgan’s Five Why’sIn the first box describe the situation/ problem or issue. Ask Why? Put the answer in the next box and repeat the process. • Why? • Why? • Why? • Why? • Why? Situation Answer to Why? Answer to Why? Answer to Why? Answer Answer to Why? Skills for Leadership

  20. Linear Causation A B C D = E Skills for Leadership

  21. Multiple Causation • There is often a tendency to choose one and revert back to linear causation models B C A D E Skills for Leadership

  22. Systems Thinking • Patterns • Symmetry • Network of Interconnections • Nothing exists independent of the relationships that exist among the other components B A C E D Skills for Leadership

  23. Skills for Leadership

  24. Skills for Leadership

  25. Two grand paradigms • Newtonian Model • Quantum physics model

  26. Different approaches to environment • Individualistic approach ( newtonian model) • Win-lose approach • Win-win approach • Spiritualistic approach (Quantum physics model)

  27. Newtonian Model • Newtonian models conceives universe as little billiard balls • Ideas such individualism and replaceable parts in industrial settings emerged from Newton’s idea of atomism • Aloneness, isolation, objectivism and positivism all are emerged from Newtonian perspective. • Environment is something external to the firm • When we act like a collection of bouncing billiard balls in a box, we're often acting against each other. There's a lot of conflict, competition, jealousy, grudges, and anger • today's business culture is operating from the four negative motivations of fear, greed, anger, and self-assertion

  28. Quantum physics paradigm • Universe as concretized balls that take no different • When two quantum systems meet,they combine and overlap their total identity. • All the patterns of dynamic energy within these systems change dramatically in relation to each other, leading to the emergence of a • " It's not separation; it's integration. It's not isolation; it's an understanding that we're all part of one great big interwoven system • You don't get the same kind of conflict, grudges, and anger because you've all become part of one system working together • You grow together and you create together