Leading the Engaged Enterprise Assignment

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Running head:LEADING THE ENGAGED ENTERPRISELeading the Engaged EnterpriseName of the Student:Name of the University:Author’s Note:
1LEADING THE ENGAGED ENTERPRISETable of ContentsQuestion 1: Ambidexterity and Employment engagement..............................................................2Question 2: Distributed Leadership Model......................................................................................3Question 3: William’s Typology of Adaptive Challenges..............................................................4
2LEADING THE ENGAGED ENTERPRISEQuestion 1: Ambidexterity and Employment engagementOrganizational ambidexterity refers to the ability of an organization to be efficient intoday’s business as well as adapting and coping up with the future changing demands. Moreover,ambidextrous organizations are highly capable of exploiting the existingcompetencies, while simultaneously exploiting new business opportunitiesfor the business. While considering the case of Volkswagen, it can be seenthat the organization is highly capable of using its superior engineers andtechnologists for making luxurious and comfortable cars. Moreover, theorganization is capable enough to beat the top automakers of the world likeGeneral Motors and Toyota. Furthermore, the organization is also intended tomanufacture environment friendly cars powered by diesel engine. In thisway, the organization would the future environmental protection needs ofthe world. Therefore, Volkswagen can be considered as an ambidextrousorganization in car making industry.Employee engagement is mostly based on the trust, integrity and two way commitmentsbetween employers and the employees, which ensures that the employees are treated in a rightmanner within their workplace. While considering the case ofVolkswagen, it can be saidthat there is lack of employee engagement in their workplace. Moreover, theemployees are not provided with enough empowerment for doing their jobs.Therefore, such employees were not highly engaged in their workplace.
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