Traditional leaders are expected that the vision for the organization that they lead to create, and the leaders vision is then used in the series. However, may mean such a top-down view of creation that not all employees wholeheartedly embrace the vision she added. An alternative approach to creating vision is found in the concept of “meaning.” A sense-maker is a member of a group what the group is trying to articulate to accomplish in his work. Meaning makers are usually … Read more »

Traditional leaders are expected that the vision for the organization that they lead to create, and the leaders vision is then used in the series. However, may mean such a top-down view of creation that not all employees wholeheartedly embrace the vision she added. An alternative approach to creating vision is found in the concept of “meaning.” A sense-maker is a member of a group what the group is trying to articulate to accomplish in his work. Meaning makers are usually deeply engaged in their work settings are attentive people who listen well and are in line with a group or an organization rhythm. Using techniques such as pictures, humor, or a new perspective on a situation that they are in a position to express a group collective intelligence. For example, a pizza restaurant company was floundering until one of the leaders articulated the idea that the company was not in a restaurant. Business as much as in a distribution business This new model galvanized the organization and local leaders sought new markets for the company’s pizza spread. Managers who are important decision-makers can also help others to articulate the importance of the work of the group, and how managers tend to embody a flexible style of leadership that recognizes that leadership is how people interact expressed.
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Joe Raelin
Source: MIT Sloan Management Review
7 pages.
Release date: 01 April, 2006. Prod #: SMR205-PDF-ENG
Find meaning in the organization HBR case solution

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