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Case
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Reference no. 404-018-1
Published by: IBS Center for Management Research
Published in: 2004
Length: 4 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

These caselets deal with the issue of leadership. Caselet (1) discusses the impact of micromanagement on employee morale and their performance. Caselet (2) discusses the initiatives that are taken by organisations to develop leadership skills among its employees. It also discusses the need for succession planning in organisations. These caselets are structured to enable students to: (1) understand the autocratic style of leadership; (2) examine the impact of autocratic style of leadership on organisations; (3) understand the concept of micromanagement; (4) examine the impact of micromanagement on employee behaviour; and (5) understand the skills necessary to be an effective leader. These caselets are aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are intended to be part of the organisational behaviour course.
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Abstract

These caselets deal with the issue of leadership. Caselet (1) discusses the impact of micromanagement on employee morale and their performance. Caselet (2) discusses the initiatives that are taken by organisations to develop leadership skills among its employees. It also discusses the need for succession planning in organisations. These caselets are structured to enable students to: (1) understand the autocratic style of leadership; (2) examine the impact of autocratic style of leadership on organisations; (3) understand the concept of micromanagement; (4) examine the impact of micromanagement on employee behaviour; and (5) understand the skills necessary to be an effective leader. These caselets are aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are intended to be part of the organisational behaviour course.

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