Where the buck stops: types of power in organizations

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Where the buck stops: types of power in organizations
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Description of nine types of organizational power as described by Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal in Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership, 4th ed., Jossey-Bass, 2008.
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WHERE THE BUCK STOPS
TYPES OF POWER IN ORGANIZATIONS





PUBLIC SPEAKING WORKSHOP


Betsy


Simpson


JUNE 21, 2010





Fourth Edition


Reframing
Organizations
Artistry, Choice, and Leadership


Leadership Institute
for Academic Librarians
Summer 2010




Frames

* Structural
* Human Resources
* Political
* Symbolic





POWER






Knowledge is power.
Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.


Nothing unmasks a man like his use of


Power corrupts,


power.


absolutely.
Use power to curb power.


and absolute power corrupts




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TYPES OF POWER


*Position
*Control of rewards

*Coercive

*Information and expertise
*Reputation


*Personal power
*Alliances and networks

*Access and control of agendas

*Control of meaning and symbols






Position Power
Legitimate Authority






Control of Rewards
Jobs, Money, Political Support, etc.






Coercive Power
Constrain, Block, Interfere, Punish






information


and Expertise


Know-how, Problem Solving






Reputation
Trust, Track Record






Personal Power
Charisma, Energy, Vision, etc.






Allian


ces


and Networks


Making Connections






Access


and Control of Agendas


Seat at the Table






Control of M


meaning and Symbols


Identity, Beliefs, Values





1. This hero fought apartheid through soccer
2. Trust levels low for deficit reduction commission
3. Officials demand improved BP efforts
4. UK celebrates queen's birthday with pomp
5. Spirit pilots' strike strands thousands
6. Slovakia coalition fights for survival
7. Gannon's history is Gainesville's history
8. Piano festival at UF draws diverse players
9. Calls going out to fire FCAT firm





1. This hero fought apartheid through soccer-Personal
2. Trust levels low for deficit reduction commission-Reputation
3. Officials demand improved BP efforts-Posillon
4. UK celebrates queen's birthday with pomp-Control ol Symbols
5. Spirit pilots' strike strands thousands-Coerdve
6. Slovakia coalition fights for survival-Alllances/Networks
7. Gannon's history is Gainesville's history-Inlormatlon/Expertlse
8. Piano festival at UF draws diverse players-Control of agendas
9. Calls going out to fire FCAT firm-Control of rewards













































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