Definitions

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Democratic
Operating a business according to decision agreed by the majority
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Autocratic
Leader makes decisions without consultations
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Laissez faire
Employees empowered to take the majority of the decisions with little reference to the leader
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Tannenbaum Schmidt
Leadership model based on spectrum between 2 extremes of manager centred and subordinate centred approaches. Recognise that in reality leader are somewhere along the spectrum
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Blake Mountain
Leadership model based on two behavioural dimensions of concern for peopole or concern for production. It includes 5 different styles of management
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Country club leadership
+focus on people -on task itself
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Produce/perish leadership
+ emphasis on task - people
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Impoverished leadership
- concern for task & people
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Middle od the road leadership
Some on the task some on people
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Team leadership
High focus on task and people
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Authority
Leader instructs subordinates as to their duties
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Delegation
two-way communication as consultation & selling of the final idea takes place
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Scientific decision making
Based on data and use logical, rational approach to decision making
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Intuition
Making decisions relying on instinct
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Decision trees
Model that represents the likely outcomes for a business of a number of courses of action on a digaram showing the financial consequences
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Primary stakeholders
Individuals or groups that are affected by a particular business activity. Costumers, employees and creditors
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Secondary stakeholder
Individuals or groups that do not have direct functional or financial relationships with the business. Include general public, local communities, activist groups and media.
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Stakeholder mapping
Mapping on the basis of stakeholders' power and interest can help managers to consider decisions in relation to stakeholders needs and their ability to influence
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Leadership model based on spectrum between 2 extremes of manager centred and subordinate centred approaches. Recognise that in reality leader are somewhere along the spectrum

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Leadership model based on two behavioural dimensions of concern for peopole or concern for production. It includes 5 different styles of management

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