I need an explanation for this Management question to help me study.
To help you identify your initial insights, feelings, and preferences regarding organizations and change, review the four frames created by each team in the previous I’ve Been Framed assignment and weave your responses to any two of the following questions into a post of a few paragraphs in length:
- In your experience, which frame or frames do you encounter most frequently in schools and school districts? (If you are not currently working in a school, substitute your workplace.) Why do you think this is the case?
- Is there a frame that should dominate American schools, or do schools function optimally when frames are more balanced? Explain.
- Lastly, is Bolman and Deal’s (2017) framing concept limited because it oversimplifies matters, or is it a helpful tool for understanding leadership and organizations? Briefly support your answer.
Support your statements with evidence from the required studies and your research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style.
Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership (Bolman & Deal, 2017)
- Chapter 15: Integrating Frames for Effective Practice
- Chapter 16: Reframing in Action – Opportunities and Perils
For Monday’s discussion post, “I’ve Been Framed,” you will need to have read one of the following sections in the text. Select the section that corresponds with your frame determined in Week 1.
- Part Two: The Structural Frame
- Chapter 3: Getting Organized
- Chapter 4: Structure and Restructuring
- Chapter 5: Organizing Groups and Teams
- Part Three: The Human Resource Frame
- Chapter 6: People and Organizations
- Chapter 7: Improving Human Resource Management
- Chapter 8: Interpersonal and Group Dynamics
- The Political Frame
- Chapter 9: Power, Conflict, and Coalition
- Chapter 10: The Manager as Politician
- Chapter 11: Organizations as Political Arenas and Political Agents
- The Symbolic Frame
- Chapter 12: Organizational Symbols and Culture
- Chapter 13: Culture in Action
- Chapter 14: Organization as Theater