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UNIT 1

Organisational Intelligence and Culture

SUMMARY OF UNIT

Organisational intelligence is the capacity of an organisation to create knowledge and use it to strategically adapt to its operational environment and how it manages and delivers its services. This is often linked with organisational culture which can be defined as the shared values, beliefs, or perceptions held by employees within an organisation. As the organisational culture evolves and progresses from a shared mindset, it is leaders which are the key acting forces in both its early development along with the establishment and sharing of intelligence that’s shapes the business strategy. This unit will help explore your own organisations culture and build a picture of the intelligence you need from your organisation to inform leadership decisions taken.


LEARNING OUTCOMES

By completing this unit, trainees are expected to:

• Gain an understanding of how organisational intelligence and organisational culture influence the way an organisation works
• Reflect on their current understanding of how organisational intelligence and culture within their own organisations influence their current thinking and how they approach their role as aspiring leaders
• Describe the key factors that influence organisational intelligence and how it is effectively utilised
• Describe how leaders can play a role in supporting or influencing organisational culture
• Explain how they will use the learning from this unit to shape their approach to leadership in their own organisation

 


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BIBLIOGRAPHY

• 13 Things Socially Intelligent Leaders Do Differently: Wiest, Brianna: Forbes (March 13, 2018)
• The 7 Habits of Highly Intelligent Organisations: van Beek, Daan: Passionned Group: (November 15, 2017)
• Building the Emotional Intelligence of Groups: Urch Druskat, Vanessa, and Wolff, Steven B.:
• Cultural Intelligence: Earley, Christopher P., and Mosakowski, Elaine: Harvard Business Review (October 2004)
• Cultural Intelligence: The Essential Intelligence for the 21st Century: Livermore, David, Ph.D., and Van Dyne, Linn, Ph.D.: Society for Human Resource Management (2015)
• Going Beyond the Data: Achieving Actionable Insights with Data and Analytics: KPMG Capital
• (January 2014) How Much Data Do We Create Every Day? The Mind-Blowing Stats Everyone Should Read: Marr, Bernard: Forbes (May 21, 2018)
• The Keystone of the Intelligent Organization: Jarche, Harold: closing keynote. the workplace learning & VET stream at EduTECH15, Brisbane, Australia (June 3, 2015)
• Organizational Intelligence: What is it, and how can managers use it?: Halal, William: Strategy+Business, the PwC Network, Issue 9 (October 1, 1997)
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• The Emergence of Organisational Intelligence - Cutter Consortium by Richard Veryard 2010
• 11 Examples of Organisational Intelligence by John Spacey 2017 Blog Simplicable
• Harnessing Organisational Intelligence by Jonathan Gifford December 2010
• Finding Ultra by Rich Roll 2018
• Contextual Determinants of Reward Systems’ Success: An Exploratory Study Charles H. Fay and Michael A. Thompson 2001
• Mindset: The new psychology of success. New York: Random House. Dweck, C. S. (2006).
• The Educator and the Growth Mindset by Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D. 2014


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