This volume is focused on the social intelligence (SI) of leaders. SI is generally defined as the ability to be aware of relevant social situational contexts; to deal with the contexts or challenges effectively; to understand othersa concerns, feelings, and emotional states; and to interact appropriately in social situations and build and maintain positive relationships with others. Beginning with a cross-cultural study of the social intelligence of leaders in the United States, the United Kingdom, Scotland, Hong Kong, and Thailand, the work moves on to discuss the influence of SI on creative performance. The findings of the study show that leadersa SI was positively associated with their creative performance in each of the five countries. Other contributions cover topics relating to SI such as social connection and executive compassion. In addition, the volume also features five book reviews, a list of books received, and a detailed case study, titled aProgram Management for Global Software Development: A Case Study of the Windows Embedded Automotive Teama by Paul Gratton. The work will be of use to those studying business, management, and economics.Microsoft usestheir sharedtoolset todefine andguide shared processes across the organization. ... Forthe mostrecent project, WEA changed their software development process from the highlystructured waterfall methodto ... Teams will deliver against the metrics you use for measurement. ... Becausemany ofthesame Microsoft and Ford employees who workedon thefirst generation of Ford SYNC in 2006anbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Intelligence, Power, and Conflict|
|Author||:||M. Afzalur Rahim|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 2015-02-28|