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Models of Leadership . November 28, 2000. Agenda. Jon Housman Discussion Managing Your Team Jerome Schneider, Kelly Shanley Rudi Gassner: Andrew Hinchcliff, John Mitchell Discussion Managing Your Career: Jean Pierre Divo How Tomorrows Leaders are Learning Their Stuff: Gregory Barrett

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Models of leadership

Models of Leadership

November 28, 2000


Agenda
Agenda

  • Jon Housman Discussion

  • Managing Your Team

    • Jerome Schneider, Kelly Shanley

  • Rudi Gassner:

    • Andrew Hinchcliff, John Mitchell

    • Discussion

  • Managing Your Career: Jean Pierre Divo

  • How Tomorrows Leaders are Learning Their Stuff: Gregory Barrett

  • Donna Dubinsky and Apple Computer Inc.

    • Jeff Miller, Aldous Rajkumar

    • Discussion


Rudi gassner
Rudi Gassner

  • What should Rudi do when his proposal is met by silence from the RDs?

  • Why? What are the key considerations?

  • How? In what manner?


Managing your own career
Managing Your Own Career

  • Lifelong love of learning

  • First, know yourself

  • Learning to lead

    • Technical,Conceptual and Interpersonal

    • Establishing direction, aligning people, motivating and inspiring

  • Choosing positions; especially challenging early in career

    • “Good fit”with values and expertise

    • Opportunity to learn


Managing your career
Managing Your Career

  • Creating a success syndrome

    • Contributions early and often

    • Stretch assignments

    • Relationship building

  • Developing sound moral judgement

    • Appropriate use of power

    • Comprehension of consequences of decisions


Donna dubinsky
Donna Dubinsky

  • How well was the distribution initiative handled

    • By Jobs?

    • By Coleman?

    • By Weaver and Campbell?

    • By Dubinsky?

  • Donna

    • Fast-tracker: over confident?

    • Team player?


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Donna Dubinsky

  • C.E.O. of Palm Computing, which was sold to U.S. Robotics, and then 3COM

  • 3COM refused to spin out business

  • Started Handspring


Donna dubinsky2
Donna Dubinsky

  • Computing tools for personal uses; great products

  • Long-term builder, not a job hopper.(Apple/Claris for 10yrs.)


Donna dubinsky3
Donna Dubinsky

  • Respect for people for what they can contribute

  • Decisive - does not believe in consensus decision making


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Donna Dubinsky

  • Steve Jobs left after disagreements with Scully, therefore issue died.

  • Dubinsky was promoted and stayed another 5 yrs. with Apple

  • Became COO of Claris, an independent susidiary of Apple

  • Took one year off

  • Has a sense of perspective (balance)

  • Culture of fun