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Organizational Behavior

2. C.11 : Communication C.12 : Leadership 3. Issue :
Asian or Korean style leader?
Who are they? Are they effective in the global economy?

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[민주 정장선의원 700명 설문.2011.]

[출처] [역대 대통령 리더십] '역대 대통 령 리더십' 박정희·노무현 前대통령 順| 작성자 나비잠 우리 국민은 박정희 전 대통령을 가장 높게 평가하고 있다는 조사결과가 나왔 다. 민주당 정장선 사무총장이 전국 성 인 남녀 700명을 대상으로 실시한 ‘역 대 대통령(전·현직 포함) 리더십 설문조 사’ 결과다. 정 사무총장에 따르면 ‘가 장 높게 평가하는 역대 대통령’에 박 전 대통령이 44.9%로 1위에 올랐다. 이어 노무현 전 대통령(25.6%), 김대중 전 대 통령(17.1%), 이명박 대통령(5.6%) 순이 었다. 박 전 대통령을 긍정 평가하는 이 유로는 경제발전 기여 및 경제 성장이 70.1%로 압도적으로 많았다. 노 전 대 통령은 서민을 위한 정치(39.2%), 김 전 대통령은 남북관계(35.9%) 부문에서 각 각 높은 점수를 받았다.

2-1. C.11 : Communication
가) The link between communication and employee satisfaction : 불확실성이 적을수록 만족 ↑ : 구두와 비언어적 메시지 사이의 왜곡, 모호성, 부조화 등은 불확실성을 ↑, 만족을 ↓ 나) 커뮤니케이션에서 발생하는 왜곡이 ↓ 종업원들은 목표, 피드백, 메시지를 의도대로 더욱 더 받아들인다. 이것은 모호성을 줄이고 집단의 과업을 명확히 해 준다. (수직적, 수평적, 비공식적 경로를 광범위 하게 활용하면 집단의 성과와 만족을 향상 시킨다.)

다) Perfect Communication is unattainable
올바른 경로를 선택하고, 효과적인 청취자가 되며, 그리고 피드백을 이용하면 보다 효과적인 커뮤니케이션 이 가능. 라) The pitfalls of electronic communication 메시지가 전달되는 방식(억양, 얼굴표정, 몸짓)으로부터 상당한 의미를 얻을 수 있기 때문에 전/커은 오해의 가능성이 있다. 이메일, 인스턴트 메시지, 텍스트 메시지 및 네트워킹 소프트웨어 등을 현명하게 사용할 필요가 있다. 마) Gender and culture 같은 커뮤니케이션 장애 요인들을 명심하고, 극복하면 커뮤니케이션 효과성을 높일 수 있다.

2-1. C.11 : Communication

Digilog [디지로그]
디지털(digital)과 아날로그(analog)의 합성 어로 아날로그 사회에서 디지털로 이행하는 과도기, 혹은 디지털 기반과 아날로그 정서 가 융합하는 첨단기술을 의미하는 말이다. 디지털 기술의 제품이나 서비스를 아날로그 로 보완함으로써 새로운 ‘틈새’의 영역을 장 악하면서 사회, 문화, 산업 전반에 큰 흐름 을 형성하고 있다. 디지털 기술의 발전만으 로는 21세기를 지배할 수 없다는 시장의 깨 달음이 반영된 것이다. 이제 시장에서도 디 지털이 제대로 굴러가기 위해서는 아날로그 가 존중되고 풍부해져야 하며, 가장 좋은 디 지털이란 감성적이고 따뜻하며 인간적인 것 이어야 한다는 인식이 중심에 있다.

2-2. C.12 : Leadership
가) 리더란 목표를 향해 이끌어가는 사람 을 지칭하므로, 어떤…...

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