Law Enforcement Organization And Administration
Unit 1-2 DB
Write 400–600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.
Managing is one of the most important human activities in any organization. Although some managers can achieve managerial success without having basic theoretical knowledge in management, the way an organization runs depends on the beliefs of its managers. This is especially important in society today, related to the new generation of potential. This new generation has different work relationships that challenge existing management.
Based on your readings in the text and research, respond to the following:
Which of the following management theories do you feel is the most effective in a law enforcement environment when addressing new recruits? Explain in detail.
Provide 3 examples for each style of management listed above.
Be very specific, and fully justify your response.
Unit 1 IP 2-3 pages
Over the years, the style and practice of leadership within law enforcement agencies has gradually changed. In the past, leadership was primarily relegated to one individual within the department. However, there has been a transformation in leadership theory resulting in a more dynamic, multifaceted nature of teamwork, inclusion, and dispersed leadership. More and more, police chiefs are being encouraged to move toward a more participatory leadership style of management, one that encourages collaboration and cooperation in the decision-making process.
Based on your readings in the text and credible Internet research, respond to the following:
What does the term shared leadership mean? What advantages or disadvantages do you see in this leadership approach?
What direction should law enforcement leaders take for the future, related to leadership styles?
What does the term visionary leadership mean?
APA format and at least 5 references