Why Leaders don’t take yes for an answer: Managing Conflict and Consensus Institution Name Date Introduction The author Michael Roberto from the Harvard Business School shares decision making processes from the best and worst case studies in different industries to help elaborate on how making improved decisions and aligning them with the organization will help manage conflict and consensus. His arguments are driven by intense management research and the compelling real life case studies in order to formulate the best decision making processes which vary consistently with the different work environments in an organization. His findings show how to promote honesty skepticism and constructive dissent as a way to ensure that everything is questioned but at the same time not to allow constructive dissent and skepticism before making strategic decisions that will influence and shape the organization; Organization- the organization structure that allows smooth communication and sharing of creative ideas and the organization culture that enhances talent management dialogue motivation in pursuit of the best results by an organization. This has greatly scrutinized my past decisions and I hope that I will embrace the principles shared through this book to plan and control my life decisions to consult before making major life choices and still be in control of managing my life in future by making sound and informed decisions especially in leadership positions. Reference Roberto M. A. (2013). Why great leaders don't take yes for an answer: Managing for conflict and consensus. [...]
You will select and read 2 chapters from a recently published book about management and/or leadership for this activity. Before proceeding, confirm your choice with your teacher. View the list of the books from which you will select a book. You may be able to use a book that is not on this list if your teacher approves the choice. A good book/chapter review will contain your critical evaluation of the book and your personal reaction to it. In the introduction, identify your book, its author(s), and the central theme(s). Summarize the main points of the chapters you read, i.e., minimum of two to a maximum of five points. Identify and explain some concept of this course which relates to the main point(s) of the chapters. Explain how it relates. Include personal reflections about the chapters, connecting it to you, your life, or your future plans. This assignment must be in proper report format. It should be 750-1000 words. Spelling and grammar are important. Ask someone to proofread your report for possible corrections and improvements before handing it in. Include a works cited in APA format.