multidisciplinary theories and models

multidisciplinary theories and models

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multidisciplinary theories and models

This assessment helps you develop the skills to master the following course competencies:
•    Evaluate multidisciplinary theories and models that inform leadership practice in diverse cultures.
•    Analyze the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.
•    Integrate theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.
•    Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.
Activity Instructions
Submit an overview of your Case Study. While there’s a minimal portion of your grade attached to the submission of this draft, the real goal of the assignment is to enable the instructor to give you formative feedback on your case study. As you complete your draft, keep the following items in mind:
There are several requirements for your case study:
1.    It must focus on a leadership issue, opportunity, practice, and theory.
2.    It must link leadership and firm viability.
3.    It must be situated in a global environment.
4.    It must focus on a leadership issue or concern that crosses systems and culture.
5.    It must integrate theory and practice.
6.    It must be well-written.

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For this draft:
•    Define the relevant leadership topic.
•    Define the learning opportunity.
•    Relate the abbreviated storyline with support from multidisciplinary theories that inform leadership in diverse cultures.
For your reference, the final case study should follow the format below:
5–6 Page Case Study
Title
The title should include the firm and leadership system. Make the title count. See the CEEMAN and ecch websites in the Resources area to get some ideas for titles that work well.
Abstract
Make it a practitioner abstract, meaning it is a description of the issue, urgency, firm, and sector. Include a “so-what” statement; for example, provide some sense of why this case is valuable or topical.
Introduction
Define the leadership system that is the center of the case and describe the situation in which the leader is embedded. Make the description interesting and define the degree of urgency or risk to create a sense of engagement. Be clear, crisp, and complete enough to create some common ground between the reader and the case.
Company Overview
You may use subheadings.
The overview is an orientation to how the leader and organization arrived where the student first finds them in the case. The overview can provide an historical perspective on the firm, the marketplace, culture, and key players. Measures of size, effectiveness, and specifics on market dynamics enhance the understanding of the size and scale of the organization and the importance of the leadership system issue.
Current Situation
You may use subheadings.
Tell the story of the situation in chronological order so that graduate students can understand the sequence of actions and the role of specific players in those actions. Include any specific plans to resolve the issue or situation offered by specific players in the firm. Do so without judgment, since it is the evaluation of the student readers that is important.
Specific Problem or Problems
You may use subheadings.
The focal point of the case is a specific problem that readers solve by taking action. Make sure the case brings the graduate-student audience to that point of recognizing where they enter into the fabric of the case narrative. It is a point of decision or a point of post-mortem decisions that occurs in the midst of fallout from a prior poor decision. The focal point must be compelling and realistic, but must also offer more than one logical interpretation regarding what decision or actions to take.
Action Alternatives
You may use subheadings.
The menu of action alternatives must relate to the point of urgency in the storyline of the case. For graduate students, some subtle direction toward specific action steps is recommended. Action steps could include making a decision, figuring out what alternative options exist and how to present them, or providing a postmortem, including some ways to integrate learning and improved leadership or leadership decision-making.
Conclusion
The final lines of the case study should drive home the urgency of taking action to resolve the core issue while providing a quick précis of where the players in the case find themselves.
Appendices
The case study should include a few well-selected enrichment materials that might include charts or links to videos. Each appendix should help build understanding and contextual information necessary to explore and advocate an action plan.
Criteria     Non-performance     Basic     Proficient     Distinguished
Create a storyline that supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and provides the means for student engagement on the topic.
25%     Storyline does not support the analysis of the value of leadership theory and does not provide the means for student engagement on the topic.     Storyline somewhat supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and somewhat provides the means for student engagement on the topic.     Storyline supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and provides the means for student engagement on the topic.     Storyline supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and provides the means for student engagement on the topic in an exemplary manner.
Analyze the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.
25%     Does not identify the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.     Identifies but does not analyze the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.     Analyzes the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.     Evaluates the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.
Integrate theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.
25%     Does not integrate theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.     Somewhat integrates theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.     Integrates theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.     Integrate theories and models in an exemplary manner to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.
Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.
25%     Does not communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.     Often communicates in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.     Communicates in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.     Communicates in an exemplary manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.

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multidisciplinary theories and models

This assessment helps you develop the skills to master the following course competencies:
•    Evaluate multidisciplinary theories and models that inform leadership practice in diverse cultures.
•    Analyze the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.
•    Integrate theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.
•    Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.
Activity Instructions
Submit an overview of your Case Study. While there’s a minimal portion of your grade attached to the submission of this draft, the real goal of the assignment is to enable the instructor to give you formative feedback on your case study. As you complete your draft, keep the following items in mind:
There are several requirements for your case study:
1.    It must focus on a leadership issue, opportunity, practice, and theory.
2.    It must link leadership and firm viability.
3.    It must be situated in a global environment.
4.    It must focus on a leadership issue or concern that crosses systems and culture.
5.    It must integrate theory and practice.
6.    It must be well-written.
For this draft:
•    Define the relevant leadership topic.
•    Define the learning opportunity.
•    Relate the abbreviated storyline with support from multidisciplinary theories that inform leadership in diverse cultures.
For your reference, the final case study should follow the format below:
5–6 Page Case Study
Title
The title should include the firm and leadership system. Make the title count. See the CEEMAN and ecch websites in the Resources area to get some ideas for titles that work well.
Abstract
Make it a practitioner abstract, meaning it is a description of the issue, urgency, firm, and sector. Include a “so-what” statement; for example, provide some sense of why this case is valuable or topical.
Introduction
Define the leadership system that is the center of the case and describe the situation in which the leader is embedded. Make the description interesting and define the degree of urgency or risk to create a sense of engagement. Be clear, crisp, and complete enough to create some common ground between the reader and the case.
Company Overview
You may use subheadings.
The overview is an orientation to how the leader and organization arrived where the student first finds them in the case. The overview can provide an historical perspective on the firm, the marketplace, culture, and key players. Measures of size, effectiveness, and specifics on market dynamics enhance the understanding of the size and scale of the organization and the importance of the leadership system issue.
Current Situation
You may use subheadings.
Tell the story of the situation in chronological order so that graduate students can understand the sequence of actions and the role of specific players in those actions. Include any specific plans to resolve the issue or situation offered by specific players in the firm. Do so without judgment, since it is the evaluation of the student readers that is important.
Specific Problem or Problems
You may use subheadings.
The focal point of the case is a specific problem that readers solve by taking action. Make sure the case brings the graduate-student audience to that point of recognizing where they enter into the fabric of the case narrative. It is a point of decision or a point of post-mortem decisions that occurs in the midst of fallout from a prior poor decision. The focal point must be compelling and realistic, but must also offer more than one logical interpretation regarding what decision or actions to take.
Action Alternatives
You may use subheadings.
The menu of action alternatives must relate to the point of urgency in the storyline of the case. For graduate students, some subtle direction toward specific action steps is recommended. Action steps could include making a decision, figuring out what alternative options exist and how to present them, or providing a postmortem, including some ways to integrate learning and improved leadership or leadership decision-making.
Conclusion
The final lines of the case study should drive home the urgency of taking action to resolve the core issue while providing a quick précis of where the players in the case find themselves.
Appendices
The case study should include a few well-selected enrichment materials that might include charts or links to videos. Each appendix should help build understanding and contextual information necessary to explore and advocate an action plan.
Criteria     Non-performance     Basic     Proficient     Distinguished
Create a storyline that supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and provides the means for student engagement on the topic.

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25%     Storyline does not support the analysis of the value of leadership theory and does not provide the means for student engagement on the topic.     Storyline somewhat supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and somewhat provides the means for student engagement on the topic.     Storyline supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and provides the means for student engagement on the topic.     Storyline supports the analysis of the value of leadership theory and provides the means for student engagement on the topic in an exemplary manner.
Analyze the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.
25%     Does not identify the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.     Identifies but does not analyze the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.     Analyzes the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.     Evaluates the value of leadership theory for contemporary and future organizations.
Integrate theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.
25%     Does not integrate theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.     Somewhat integrates theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.     Integrates theories and models to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.     Integrate theories and models in an exemplary manner to evolve the practice of leadership in a dynamic, global environment.
Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.
25%     Does not communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.     Often communicates in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.     Communicates in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.     Communicates in an exemplary manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the business professions.

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