Power

Definitions

power
the ability to influence others (towards large-scale vision) authority
the recognition of a person’s right to exercise power

French & Raven

organizational personal
legitimate (formal/positional) expert (knowledge)
reward referent (personality)
coercive

Mindmap

 

Ways of organizing

Steps

  1. First, brainstorm for a few minutes, writing down terms, phrases, and people that are most important.
  2. Choose a model that you best believe captures the relationships, such as a web, events chain, spider map, or tree. Don’t worry too much about choosing or staying within that model.
  3. Sketch out a diagram with the central idea first, then add words, phrases, and people connected by lines and arrows.

Exercise

Task

  1. Reconvene exam-prototype groups
  2. Work on a mindmap alone for 10 minutes
  3. In your group decide which mindmap, or elements of different maps, you’d like to share.
  4. Draw them on the board

Concluding questions?