Posts Categorised: Management

Cialdini Asks: Adam Grant

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“Today, I interview Adam Grant, Professor of Management at the Wharton University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of two New York Times bestsellers, Originals and Give and Take, and he recently published Option B with Sheryl Sandberg. Adam’s 2016 TED Talk was watched almost 6 million times, and he has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers.”

Source: Cialdini, R. (2017). Influence at Work website and the podcast (28 minutes) available from this link (open access).

Categories: Leadership, Management

A question of style: Replicating and extending Engel’s supervisory styles with new agencies and new measures

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“The mechanisms through which sergeants exert influence vary substantially based on personality traits and the supervisory style (Engel, 2001). For example, Van Maanen (1983) identified three key techniques sergeants can use to likely affect the performance of subordinate officers: direct monitoring (close supervision); advising officers when not in compliance with policy and/or procedure; and reporting misconduct to the Internal Affairs division. Sergeants commonly utilize direct monitoring and advisement of policy/procedure compliance status.”

Source: Maskaly, J., Maskaly, J., Jennings, W., & Jennings, W. (2016). Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 39(4), and available from this link (subscription journal).