Archivo de la etiqueta: Maestria en Administracion

The Impact of Humble Leadership on Innovation and Team Performance l MBA, Master of Business Administration

The study focuses on exploring the mechanisms through which the virtue of humility at the leader and team level influences team performance, team predictors of innovation, and innovation with two emphases: market and problem orientation. Notably, the study was envisioned to propose a causal model that shows the components that catalyze innovation and team performance through humble leadership.

Sign up: https://bit.ly/ITESO-MBA

 

 

Conference: Rethinking Leadership in an Age of Complexity l Mater of Business Administration

The world is becoming more complex and interdependent creating VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) conditions that challenge the effectiveness of traditional forms of leadership. Under conditions of complexity the future is unknowable and the ability to discern cause and effect relationships is limited due to multiple, interacting systems. For advancements in leadership science to better address this changing global context of complexity, more inclusive and integrative theoretical perspectives are needed that cut across a variety of theoretical domains (Atonakis & Day, 2018). In particular, further development surrounding collective, contextual, and affective understandings of leadership are required (Hernandez, Eberly, Avolio & Johnson, 2011). In essence, existing theoretical constructs for leadership in environments of complexity are inadequate. I propose a theory of “collective self-leadership” (CSL), building on Kerr and Jermier’s substitutes for leadership (1978), Weick and Roberts’ collective mind (1993), Manz’ self-leadership (1986, 2015), Uhl-Bien and Arena’s leadership for organizational adaptability (2018), and incorporating constructs from the fields of evolutionary biology, neurobiology, and affect science. Implications of the theory are explored including revisiting ideas about the relationship among power, influence, and leadership, and the importance of good theory for developing appropriate solutions to challenging problems confronting organizations.

Sign up in:
https://bit.ly/conferenceMBAITESO

Conference “The Nature of Global Leaders’ Power” l Master of Business Administration MBA

Advancements in communication and efficiencies in moving goods and people throughout the world during the 1990s have led to today’s global organizations and a new form of leadership—global leadership. This study uses an exploratory mixed methods research design, including a survey on sources of power and semi-structured interviews, to examine the following research question: “Which bases of power does a global leader employ when leading global followers versus domestic followers, and what are the similarities and differences in how those bases of power are employed when leading globally versus domestically?” The study’s findings show that global leaders employ the same bases of power as domestic leaders when requesting a change in work task from both global followers and domestic followers.

However, the study also demonstrates that, when compared to domestic leaders, global leaders confront five significant moderators on their bases of power. The moderators are differences between the global leader and global follower in language and culture, reduced times when both global leader and global follower are working, extended physical distances, and matrix organizational structures. When compared with domestic leaders, these five moderators require global leaders to invest unusual amounts of time and creative energy into building relationships, sharing leadership, and ensuring common understanding of vision and goals.

This research study also identifies three new types of power—ecological power, network power, and relationship power. It proposes that ecological power should be considered a new, distinct base of power, and that impersonal reward and impersonal coercive power should be subcategories of ecological power. It argues that network power should be considered a subcategory of information power. Finally, the study proposes that relationship power should be considered a new, distinct base of power separate from referent power. Referent power is a one-dimensional relationship in which a leader gains influence by giving followers a feeling of membership. In contrast, relationship power is an instrumental two-dimensional relationship between leaders and followers. These revisions are presented in a proposed recategorization of the bases of power.

 

Speaker:  Brett Hinds

Chief Engineer – Ford Motor Company

Brett has spent his 31 year career with Ford in the area of engine and powertrain product development.  Brett is now the Chief Engineer for Ford’s battery electric vehicle energy storage systems.  In this role, Brett is leading the high voltage energy storage and component engineering design for Ford’s next generation of electrified vehicles.

Sign up in:  https://bit.ly/conferencemba

Online event

The event is free and open to the general public.            

 

MBA, Master of Business Administration – Conference “Why Airplanes Fall Out of the Sky”

MBA, Master of Business Administration invites to the conference:  “Why Airplanes Fall Out of the Sky”. 

Dr. Lyons served as a change agent and senior ethics & leadership advisor to the Boeing company during the 737 MAX crisis. During this period, she completed her action research dissertation, which focused on managing change in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous (VUCA) environment. This presentation identified the catastrophes’ contributing factors, and what leaders can do to avoid ethical leadership failures that undermine the culture and business outcomes.

Guest Panelist: Colleen Lyons

Colleen Lyons joined Boeing in 2013 as the Ethics Advisor, Vertical Lift; she moved to St. Louis in 2015 to serve in a senior capacity for Boeing’s $12B global defense services business. Prior to Boeing, Colleen served as the Ethics Officer for the VA Puget Sound Health Care System, founded EthicalStability and served as a consultant to the Corporate Governance Forum in the Middle East.

MBA, Maestría en Administración l Sesión Informativa

El programa tiene como objetivo, forma líderes críticos, éticos, emprendedores e innovadores que impacten en el desarrollo sostenible de las organizaciones, buscando la congruencia con las necesidades profesionales y sociales, atendiendo y respondiendo a los retos del entorno local y global.

La Maestría cuenta con 5 áreas de especialización a elegir:  Finanzas, Comercio Internacional, Innovación y Emprendimiento, Cadena de Suministro y Ciencia de datos.

Asiste a su próxima Sesión Informativa en donde se abordara a detalle:

-Plan de Estudios

-Apoyos Económicos

-Convocatoria para iniciar en agosto 2021

Previo registro en: https://bit.ly/MBAITESO

Vía webex events (online)

Evento gratuito.

!Te esperamos!

 

Posgrados Empresariales

Estudio de Caso – Metodología Harvard

Estudio de Caso – Metodología Harvard (Posgrados Empresariales ITESO).

Conoce y practica el “Estudio de Caso”, metodología que se utiliza en la Escuela de Negocios de Harvard. Esta metodología se utiliza en la Especialidad en Gestión de la Cadena de Suministro del ITESO.

Posgrados Empresariales

Posgrados Empresariales

Evento sin costo. Indispensable confirmar asistencia al correo posgrados@iteso.mx 

Tendremos 2 actividades mediante las cuales, podrás conocer y vivir esta metodología académica de Harvard:

SESIÓN PRÁCTICA Construir decisiones en situaciones que implican riesgos.

17:30 horas / Edificio W – Salón 111

 

CONFERENCIA How case method can help you to improve your career?

Impartida por William Ellet (Facilitator for Harvard Business School)

19:30 horas / Auditorio W

Para la conferencia, tendremos la presencia de un integrante de Harvard Business School.

La metodología del “Estudio de Caso” permite analizar, con casos reales, todas las circunstancias y variables que se deben tomar en cuenta al momento de generar soluciones de negocio. Es una de las mejores  y más prácticas metodologías para aprender a adquirir habilidades manejables (además es emocionante).

Se discuten situaciones reales que han tenido que enfrentar ejecutivos en el mundo de los negocios. Los “casewriters” han descrito estas situaciones para presentárselas junto con la información que se dispone de los propios ejecutivos vinculados al caso. Para resolverlo, será necesario ponerse en el lugar de los directores o gerentes, para analizar, decidir y sustentar correctamente.

Esta metodología se utiliza en la Especialidad en Gestión de la Cadena de Suministro del ITESO.

Esta Especialidad en el ITESO, tiene alianza con el Supply and Value Chain Center, Quinlan School of Business, de la Loyola University Chicago.

Te integras a un programa internacional-bilingüe en alianza con la Escuela de Negocios Quinlan de la Loyola University de Chicago, podrás cursar parte del programa en esta universidad y obtener un diploma al participar en una corta estancia de estudios en Chicago, que incluye visitas a empresas con fuertes capacidades en gestión decadenas de suministro.

Estarás dentro de un programa con un enfoque transversal de logística verde (green logistic) que considera la equidad de las relaciones comerciales y la llamada triple perspectiva (triple bottom line), para equilibrar los elementos sociales, ambientales y financieros de manera sustentable.