A Critical Review On The Effects Of A Matrix Organisation On Employee Motivation. With Reference To Alstom.Ltd

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Detectan habilidades clave en mujeres líderes
23 Octubre, 2012 - 08:25
CREDITO: 
Patricia Ortega
Las mujeres de alto rango tienen mayor aptitud que los hombres en ciertas habilidades clave necesarias para liderar en una estructura organizacional matricial, evidenció un estudio de Hay Group, empresa global de consultoría gerencial y directiva.
En una serie de entrevistas a decenas de ejecutivos y gerentes con experiencia en el liderazgo de equipos matriciales, Hay Group determinó que algunos rasgos del
liderazgo, como son la empatía, el manejo de conflictos, el conocimiento de sí mismo y la influencia, están sistemáticamente ligados a resultados de negocio exitosos dentro de las ...view middle of the document...

3. Sólo 20% tiene un sólido sentido de la influencia.
4. El 9% de los empleados encuestados muestra un fuerte sentido del conocimiento de sí mismos.
“A medida que las organizaciones se vuelven más globales y las estructuras matriciales se vuelven más comunes, el éxito de las mismas dependerá de la habilidad de sus líderes para hacer uso de los enfoques colaborativos.
“Las organizaciones pueden auxiliar a los gerentes a desarrollar estas habilidades ayudándolos a comprender sus propios estilos de liderazgo y analizando cómo se relacionan con las necesidades de una organización matricial, para finalmente adaptarlos, con el objetivo de lograr resultados de negocio exitosos dentro del ámbito matricial”.
DESDE LA ONU
Esta semana, se realizó la conferencia internacional sobre “Poder, la mujer como motor de crecimiento e inclusión social”, en donde Michelle Bachelet, secretaria general adjunta de las Naciones Unidas y directora ejecutiva de ONU Mujeres, expresó que una mayor igualdad de género se correlaciona positivamente con un mayor Producto Interno Bruto (PIB) per cápita; la participación de las mujeres en la fuerza de trabajo y los ingresos genera mayor crecimiento económico.
Especificó que tienen un efecto multiplicador en la sociedad como un todo; la igualdad de acceso de las mujeres a la tierra y otros insumos agrícolas aumenta la productividad agrícola en 20 a 30% y reduce el número de personas con hambre. Enfatizó que las empresas con tres o más mujeres en sus juntas directivas, o en la alta dirección, superan su rendimiento en 53%, en comparación con aquellas en las cuales no están.
patricia.ortega@eleconomista.mx
http://eleconomista.com.mx/columnas/columna-fondos/2012/10/23/detectan-habilidades-clave-mujeres-lideres

Las mujeres de alto rango tienen mejor desarrolladas que los hombres habilidades clave y necesarias para llevar la batuta en una estructura organizacional matricial, revela un estudio de la consultora multinacional Hay Group.
A través de entrevistas a decenas de ejecutivos y gerentes con experiencia liderando equipos matriciales, Hay Group determinó que algunos rasgos del liderazgo como son la empatía, el manejo de conflictos, el conocimiento de sí mismo y la influencia; están sistemáticamente relacionados a resultados positivos en la rama de negocios.
Dichas características se presentan con mayor frecuencia en mujeres ejecutivas que en hombres que se desempeñan en el mismo puesto, informa el diario mexicano El Financiero.
Lo anterior resulta tras una revisión de los datos del inventario de competencias emocionales y...

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