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Leadership WebQuest - SPANISH

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Material Type: Case Study
Date Added to MERLOT: November 16, 2006
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 16, 2012
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Submitter : Juan A. Marin-Garcia

Description:

This WebQuest is in Spanish and allows students to learn concepts related to leadership theories, ie. Fiedler, Hersey & Blanchard, Vroom-Yetton-Jago... It includes several questionnaires to asset situational variables and to choose the most appropriated leadership’s style.(Permite aprender los conceptos relacionados con... More

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Primary Audience: Graduate School, Professional, College Lower Division, College Upper Division
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: Spanish
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: yes
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Avatar for Pamela Aida Reyes Reyes
2 years ago

Pamela Aida Reyes Reyes (Docente)

Me parece como estudio de caso interesante la situación presentada en el contexto de un proceso de Toma de decisiones y estilo de liderazgo asociado a la misma.El caso se centra más en entregar  información acerca de la decisión a tomar y no muestra indicios de algún liderazgo predominante.

Technical Remarks:

Este caso debe ser resuelto por alumnos de Administración con conocimientos previos de planificación, toma de decisiones y liderazgo, para profundizar en las teorías a aplicar acá. Se sugiere dar bibliografía complementaria con más opciones de autores ya sean textos de Gestión de personas o Comportamiento organizacional

Time spent reviewing site: 1 hora

Avatar for Daiana Gutierrez
2 years ago

Daiana Gutierrez (Teacher (K-12))

Por tratarse de un estudio de caso, el material requiere una previa revisión de la bibliografía, por parte de los estudiantes y dominio relativo de los contenidos para su aplicación.

Technical Remarks:

Sugerir bibliografía directa para fortalecer el dominio de los contenidos, desde los autores originales.

Time spent reviewing site: Disponer de una hora, para leer el matarial y resolver el caso.
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Avatar for Juan Luna
6 years ago

Juan Luna (Staff)

The site allows applying leadership concepts in a fictional situation and brings detailed explanation about the activities and materials in Spanish. The bibliographic references are not easily available, but some similar are part of a standard I/O psychology or human resources program. The instructions contained in "Tarea" and "Recursos" sections aren’t identical, and this can cause confusion in the student.

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