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How will we make decisions--good and bad--and why are a few humans rather a lot greater at it than others? Thats the query Malcolm Gladwell asks and solutions within the follow-up to his large bestseller, The Tipping element.
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In the example mentioned about the organization that had pervasive practices regarding the quality of work life, all of the policies and practices combine to yield the family feeling. An example of how a policy decision by management can have pervasive influences on workers' lives and organizational functioning concerns the implementation of new technology. Organizations always implement new technology, but the managers who cause this to happen can frequently ignore the human consequences of these technological changes.
In contrast, it is largely agreed now that leadership is highly situational in nature. This means that a given person may be a leader in one situation but not in another. The example frequently used is Winston Churchill who, both before and after World War II, was not considered much of a leader, but during the war he was the acknowledged leader. What is critical to note is that the war made Churchill, not others, leader. Obviously it is what was in Churchill as a person and what was in the war as a situation that yielded Churchill the leader.
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