Each successive system of value orientation can be experienced as a frame of reference for meaning making through which people pass on the way to other states of equilibrium. When a person is centralized in one such state of existence, he has a total psychology which is particular to that state. His feelings, motivations, ethics, belief systems, as well as preferences for and conceptions of leadership and the ideal organisation, and even his preference for economic theory and practice as a whole, can be described appropriate to that dominant value orientation. In this lecture you will learn about how two meaning making processes and related core value orientations typical for contemporary western culture shape (your) conceptions of ideal leadership and organisation and watch a short sample movie of how a manager would typically behave if such values were the core values of a company.
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