OH: One View of the World Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This self-assessment instrument designed to measure what we call the "Focus on the Hierarchy┬╗ (OH). Orientation to the hierarchy affects how we see the world. We believe that people differ in their orientation to the hierarchy, and some people are more inclined to seek out and create a hierarchy in their social environment than others. If we have a strong OH, we are probably looking for and create a hierarchy in our social interactions, especially in business. If we have a low Oh, we are likely to be open to the input of different people. In addition, we suspect that a person with high he probably resist change in the organizational structure, and in particular, those that lead to a more flat, more accountable, more expert systems. There are 50 questions in this assessment, the assessment schedule, and data interpretation. The purpose of this device for detecting and measuring the differences between low and high OH. "Hide
by James G. Clawson, Gerry Yemen Source: Darden School of Business 14 pages. Publication Date: January 29, 2004. Prod. #: UV3242-PDF-ENG

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