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Unit III Journal

Unit III Journal • Weight: 2% of course grade • Grading Rubric Instructions Reflect on a time when a public sector leader has acted in an unethical manner and the nuances associated with it such as misusing charismatic authority, miscalculating risk, or unquestioningly accepting a potentially damaging organizational culture. Did the unethical leadership lead to less-than-ideal outcomes? What would you have done to prevent the associated problems from occurring? Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.


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Unit III Announcement

Attention: Unit Access Information Please make sure that you have submitted the activities requiring grading in order to access this unit. • To access Unit III: All activities requiring grading for Unit I must be submitted. • To access Unit IV: All activities requiring grading for Unit I and II must be submitted. • To access Unit V: All activities requiring grading for Units I-III must be submitted. • To access Unit VI: All activities requiring grading for Units I-IV must be submitted. • To access Unit VII: All activities requiring grading for Units I-V must be submitted. • To access Unit VIII: All activities requiring grading for Units I-VI must be submitted.


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Attention: Unit Access Information

Attention: Unit Access Information At the beginning of the course, Units I and II will be available to you. Unit III will open once all activities requiring grading have been submitted for Unit I. Unit IV will open once all activities requiring grading have been submitted for Units I and II. Unit V will open once all activities requiring grading have been submitted for Units I, II, and III. The rest of the course will progress in this same manner until all eight units are open. Below is the unit access criteria: • To access Unit III: All activities requiring grading for Unit I must be submitted. • To access Unit IV: All activities requiring grading for Unit I and II must be submitted. • To access Unit V: All activities requiring grading for Units I-III must be submitted. • To access Unit VI: All activities requiring grading for Units I-IV must be submitted. • To access Unit VII: All activities requiring grading for Units I-V must be submitted. • To access Unit VIII: All activities requiring grading for Units I-VI must be submitted. • Weight: 2% of course grade • Grading Rubric Instructions Reflect on either your current or a previous supervisor and how your personalities are similar or different based on the Keirsey model on page 30 of your textbook. Do you feel the temperaments were accurate and helped or hindered your professional working relationship? Explain. Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No references or citations are necessary. • Weight: 2% of course grade • Grading Rubric


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PUA 5303 19-E-SU22L-S1, Organizational Theory

PUA 5303-19E-SU22L-S1, Organizational Theory Unit 1 Announcement Unit 1 Announcement Unit 1 In the first Unit, you will be introduced to some of the early approaches to organizational behavior and how these approaches focused on ways and means of controlling and manipulating workers to maximize productivity. Essentially workers were viewed as extension of tools. Employee motivation was based on rewards or punishment. You will be able to learn how to analyze management problems from an individual perspective. The work of Fredrick Taylor, Hugo Munsterberg, and Mary Parker Follett are among the early theorists whose work is discussed in relation to productivity in the workplace.


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7 steps to writing a dissertation

Choose your research topic carefully. Check what's required of you. Have a clear goal and structure. Write as you go. Continue to question. Don't underestimate the editing stage. Enjoy the achievement.


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