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Stabile Eigenschaften der Manager

  • Uwe Peter Kanning
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Zusammenfassung

Die Grundlage für ein dysfunktionales Management liefern stabile Eigenschaften der verantwortlichen Manager. Hierzu zählen Persönlichkeitsmerkmale wie etwa Extraversion oder Offenheit, aber auch explizit negative Eigenschaften wie Narzissmus oder Machiavellismus. Eine nachweislich besondere Bedeutung kommt der Intelligenz zu. Sie allein erklärt im Durchschnitt 45 % der beruflichen Leistung von Managern. Weitere Quellen für dysfunktionales Management können Defizite in den sozialen Kompetenzen sowie der emotionalen Kompetenz darstellen. Zu guter Letzt stellt sich die Frage, welche Ziele Manager mit ihren vorhandenen Eigenschaften verfolgen. Hierbei kommt Werten und Arbeitsmotiven eine wichtige Rolle zu. Die Eigenschaften können im Zusammenspiel untereinander die Wahrscheinlichkeit für Managementfehler heben oder senken.

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  • Uwe Peter Kanning
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  1. 1.Fakultät Wirtschafts-Hochschule OsnabrückOsnabrückDeutschland

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