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Slides from my talk on Post Modern Leadership

Post Modern Leadership: How To Win in Today’s Workplace Professor Karl Moore

Research Base + 100 interviews with CEOs in North America, Europe and Asia Pierre Beaudoin, Robert Brown, Mr. Joe Clark, Michael Sabia, Robert Dutton, Robert Milton, Montie Brewer, Mike Roach, Dick Evans, Sheila Fraser, Moya Greene, Kevin Lynch, Paul Tellier, Caryn Lerner, Robert Rabinovitch, Andre Navarra, Tom Albanese, Sylvian Denis, Premji, etc.. + 400 interviews with non CEO but C-Suite executives in North America, Europe and Asia, including:  Bombardier, Wipro, Motorola, Nokia, HP, IBM, Hanson, McKinsey, Volvo, and other leading multinationals. + 200 interviews with Millennials    © Dr. Karl Moore

+ 100 interviews with CEOs in North America, Europe and Asia

Pierre Beaudoin, Robert Brown, Mr. Joe Clark, Michael Sabia, Robert Dutton, Robert Milton, Montie Brewer, Mike Roach, Dick Evans, Sheila Fraser, Moya Greene, Kevin Lynch, Paul Tellier, Caryn Lerner, Robert Rabinovitch, Andre Navarra, Tom Albanese, Sylvian Denis, Premji, etc..

+ 400 interviews with non CEO but C-Suite executives in North America, Europe and Asia, including:  Bombardier, Wipro, Motorola, Nokia, HP, IBM, Hanson, McKinsey, Volvo, and other leading multinationals.

+ 200 interviews with Millennials   

Cohorts From the Roman Army “ People resemble their times more than their parents” Events define us A generation is composed of people whose common location in history lends them a collective persona Defining Events 1930s: Great Depression Election of King 1940s: Pearl Harbour D-Day VE Day and VJ Day Atomic Bomb 1950s: Korean War TV in every home Rock and Roll 1960s: Vietnam Kennedy Moon Landing 1970s: Oil Crisis Watergate First PCs 1980s: Fall of Berlin Wall Mulroney, Thatcher and Regan 1990s: War in Iraq Death of Diana Clinton Scandals 2000s: September 11 th War in Iraq redux Blackberry Source: Adapted from Generations at Work , Zemke, et al, 2000

From the Roman Army

“ People resemble their times more than their parents”

Events define us

A generation is composed of people whose common location in history lends them a collective persona

 

From the Roman Army “ People resemble their times more than their parents” Events define us A generation is composed of people whose common location in history lends them a collective persona Cohorts & The Rise of Post Modern Era Defining Events 1930s: Great Depression Election of King 1940s: Pearl Harbour D-Day VE Day and VJ Day Atomic Bomb 1950s: Korean War TV in every home Rock and Roll 1960s: Vietnam Kennedy Moon Landing 1970s: Oil Crisis Watergate First PCs 1980s: Fall of Berlin Wall Mulroney, Thatcher and Regan 1990s: War in Iraq Death of Diana Clinton Scandals 2000s: September 11 th War in Iraq redux Blackberry Source: Adapted from Generations at Work , Zemke, et al, 2000 Modern Post Modern

From the Roman Army

“ People resemble their times more than their parents”

Events define us

A generation is composed of people whose common location in history lends them a collective persona

Individuals become more introspective in adolescence and even more so in emerging adulthood, this self-understanding is not completely internal; rather, self-understanding is a social cognitive construction. That is, adolescents' and emerging adults' developing cognitive capacities interact with their sociocultural experiences to influence their self-understanding.   Adolescence varies with culture, however in North America adolescence begins at approximately 10 to 13 years until 18 to 22 years. Emerging adulthood occurs from approximately 18 to 25 years. Sources:   Santrock, John W. Adolescence 12th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008.   Harter, S. The Development of Self-Representations in Childhood and Adolescence. New York: Wiley, 2006. Your Developing Worldview © Dr. Karl Moore

Individuals become more introspective in adolescence and even more so

in emerging adulthood, this self-understanding is not completely internal;

rather, self-understanding is a social cognitive construction. That is,

adolescents' and emerging adults' developing cognitive capacities interact

with their sociocultural experiences to influence their self-understanding.

 

Adolescence varies with culture, however in North America adolescence

begins at approximately 10 to 13 years until 18 to 22 years.

Emerging adulthood occurs from approximately 18 to 25 years.

Sources:

 

Santrock, John W. Adolescence 12th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008.

 

Harter, S. The Development of Self-Representations in Childhood and Adolescence. New York: Wiley, 2006.

From the Roman Army “ People resemble their times more than their parents” Events define us A generation is composed of people whose common location in history lends them a collective persona Cohorts & The Rise of Post Modern Era Defining Events 1930s: Great Depression Election of King 1940s: Pearl Harbour D-Day VE Day and VJ Day Atomic Bomb 1950s: Korean War TV in every home Rock and Roll 1960s: Vietnam Kennedy Moon Landing 1970s: Oil Crisis Watergate First PCs 1980s: Fall of Berlin Wall Mulroney, Thatcher and Regan 1990s: War in Iraq Death of Diana Clinton Scandals 2000s: September 11 th War in Iraq redux Blackberry Source: Adapted from Generations at Work , Zemke, et al, 2000 Modern Post Modern

From the Roman Army

“ People resemble their times more than their parents”

Events define us

A generation is composed of people whose common location in history lends them a collective persona

The Emerging Contours of Today’s Leadership

Why Do We Care? Generational clashes can lead to poor customer service, loss of valuable employees and your investment in them, wasted human potential, huge hiring problems, and stunning amounts of stress A key issue for the next decade as Millennials become more central to our organizations © Karl Moore

Generational clashes can lead to poor customer service, loss of valuable employees and your investment in them, wasted human potential, huge hiring problems, and stunning amounts of stress

A key issue for the next decade as Millennials become more central to our organizations

The Modern Viewpoint We are Moderns, mainly (if over 40) Faith in Science to bring us to a bright future We can KNOW thanks to the scientific method Relentless Upward Progress © Karl Moore

We are Moderns, mainly (if over 40)

Faith in Science to bring us to a bright future

We can KNOW thanks to the scientific method

Relentless Upward Progress

© Dr. Karl Moore

The Modern Viewpoint We are Moderns, mainly (if over 40) Faith in Science to bring us to a bright future We can KNOW thanks to the scientific method Relentless Upward Progress Search for Universals © Karl Moore

We are Moderns, mainly (if over 40)

Faith in Science to bring us to a bright future

We can KNOW thanks to the scientific method

Relentless Upward Progress

Search for Universals

Literature Work: the ‘work of art’ is always complete, perfect, and we simply try to understand it (pre-1970) Text: there is no single, definitive, ‘tyrannical’ meaning to any text (not ‘work’), even for Shakespeare (now) Therefore: many ways (as many as there are readers even) of interpreting texts New Historicism Reader Response Marxism & Late Capitalism Feminist & Gender Readings Psychoanalysis What is Post Modernism ? © Dr. Karl Moore

Literature

Work: the ‘work of art’ is always complete, perfect, and we simply try to understand it (pre-1970)

Text: there is no single, definitive, ‘tyrannical’ meaning to any text (not ‘work’), even for Shakespeare (now)

Therefore: many ways (as many as there are readers even) of interpreting texts

New Historicism

Reader Response

Marxism & Late Capitalism

Feminist & Gender Readings

Psychoanalysis

The Modern Viewpoint Many modernists believed that by rejecting tradition they could discover radically new ways of making art, architecture, etc.. © Karl Moore

Many modernists believed that by rejecting tradition they could discover radically new ways of making art, architecture, etc..

Science Base of Postmodernism New sciences shift worldviews from modern to postmodern quantum mechanics (1900-1927) chaos (complexity) theory and self organization (autopoiesis) in the 1970s punctuated equilibrium (1970s) © Karl Moore

New sciences shift worldviews from modern to postmodern

quantum mechanics (1900-1927)

chaos (complexity) theory and

self organization (autopoiesis) in the 1970s

punctuated equilibrium (1970s)

Insert Brenda Z’s slides here s © Dr. Karl Moore

Insert Brenda Z’s slides here

Losing Faith in the System © Dr. Karl Moore

Less Truth than there use to be, more truth than there use to be From Search for Universals to the search for Variability A decline in hierarchy Five years ago is somewhat out of date, 10 year quite out of date A sense of things beyond science and analysis The search for meaning Some Salient Aspects of the Post Modern Worldview © Dr. Karl Moore

Less Truth than there use to be, more truth than there use to be

From Search for Universals to the search for Variability

A decline in hierarchy

Five years ago is somewhat out of date, 10 year quite out of date

A sense of things beyond science and analysis

The search for meaning

Postmodern Leadership – Some Elements 1. The Decline of Metanarratives but the Rise of Stories 2. Privileging All Voices 3. The Importance of Emotions A Renewed Need For Purpose Rethink the Meaning of Career © Karl Moore

1. The Decline of Metanarratives but the Rise of Stories

2. Privileging All Voices

3. The Importance of Emotions

A Renewed Need For Purpose

Rethink the Meaning of Career

Postmodern Leadership – Some Elements 1. The Decline of Metanarratives and the Rise of Stories 2. Privileging All Voices – From An Age of Deference to An Age of Reference © Karl Moore

1. The Decline of Metanarratives and the Rise of Stories

2. Privileging All Voices – From An Age of Deference to An Age of Reference

Business Imperatives Innovation Emergent Strategy © Karl Moore

Innovation

Emergent Strategy

© Dr. Karl Moore McGill ALP North American Module 3 Cycle II The Catalytic Mindset Friday October 28 Saturday October 29 day October 30 Monday October 31 Tuesday November 1 Wednesday November 2 Thursday November 3 Breakfast and Welcome Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast Continental Breakfast REFLECTIONS REFLECTIONS START REFLECTIONS REFLECTIONS Module Introduction Update, Roadblocks, Opportunities Karl Moore Stories of Change Bonner Ritchie The Emotional Dimension of Change Quy Huy Day Off Corporate Culture Change Louise Macdonald 09:30-12:30 Understanding the Competition Estelle Metayer Change and Continuity Jonathan Gosling , 16 th Floor Room 1663 The Issues: Where To From Here Henry Mintzberg & Karl Moore Slide Show Group Lunch Faculty Club Group Lunch- 6 th Floor Lounge Stories About Change Lunch on your own Group Lunch 6 th Floor Lounge Lunch on your own Group Lunch 6 th Floor Lounge Debunking Myths of Change Quy Huy & Karl Moore Lessons from ServiCo Quy Huy Potpourri of Change and Action – Stories, Conceptual Frameworks and Insights Bonner Ritichie, Quy Huy, & Karl Moore The Emotional Dimension of Change Quy Huy Day Off Corporate Culture Change Louise Macdonald Issues Workshop Friendly Consultants Respond The Issues: Where To From Here Henry Mintzberg & Karl Moore Honest Feedback and Appreciative Inquiry & Wrap-up Henry Mintzberg Homework: Please skim through “ Why transformation efforts fail” Estelle Metayer section (see Wed Tab) Final Dinner Ristorante Cavalli 2040 Peel Tel: 843-5100 -

Postmodern Leadership – Some Elements 3. The Importance of Emotions © Karl Moore

3. The Importance of Emotions

© Karl Moore The Current Situation of Knowledge Workers How to mobilise knowledge workers for creative action? Low ENERGY High ENERGY High FOCUS Disengaged (20%) Purposeful (10%) Low FOCUS Procrastinators (30%) Distracted (40%)

5 Emotional Levers of Sustainable Superior Performance – Employees Internal Energy © Karl Moore Fun Passion Authenticity Pride Hope Reduce Resistance to Change Share knowledge Learn from Mistakes Continuous improvement Creativity Innovation Constructive Discontent Collective Action Source: Quy HUY, INSEAD.

Where Does the Additional Energy Come From? Complementing Rational Economic Logic With Emotional Energy © Karl Moore

Complementing

Rational Economic Logic

With

Emotional Energy

Postmodern Leadership – Some Elements A Renewed Need For Purpose © Karl Moore

A Renewed Need For Purpose

Passion and Purpose Robert Dutton of Rona, “How Can Anyone Be That Passionate About Nails?!” Be Engaged Have a sense of purpose © Karl Moore

Robert Dutton of Rona, “How Can Anyone Be That Passionate About Nails?!”

Be Engaged

Have a sense of purpose

Postmodern Leadership – Some Elements 5. Rethink the Meaning of Career Flexibility, Flexibility, Flexibility What is good for the Gander is good for the Goose © Karl Moore

5. Rethink the Meaning of Career

Flexibility, Flexibility, Flexibility

What is good for the Gander is good for the Goose

Postmodern Leadership – Some Elements 1. The Decline of Metanarratives but the Rise of Stories 2. Privileging All Voices 3. The Importance of Emotions A Renewed Need For Purpose Rethink the Meaning of Career © Karl Moore

1. The Decline of Metanarratives but the Rise of Stories

2. Privileging All Voices

3. The Importance of Emotions

A Renewed Need For Purpose

Rethink the Meaning of Career

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