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H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashin Al Maktoum - Group 2

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H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashin Al Maktoum - Group 2

  1. 1. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Leadership in Action
  2. 2. Poll Question Please Select: Y / N Do you know who Sheikh Mohammed is?
  3. 3. United Arab Emirates
  4. 4. Cultural and Historical Context of the UAE
  5. 5. Cultural Lineage *Source: “Federation of South Arabia.” (2014, July 25)
  6. 6. Pearling Economy • Primary industry to drive the formation of coastal villages of Dubai *Source: Mayo, A. J., Noriah, N., Mendhro, U., and Cromwell, J. (2010, August 26)
  7. 7. Pearling Economy Pearling Dhow *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  8. 8. Depressed Global Economy *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  9. 9. Oil Economy *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  10. 10. Oil Economy *Source: “United Arab Emirates.” (2014, September 11)
  11. 11. Formation of UAE *Source: “United Arab Emirates.” (2014, September 11)
  12. 12. Dubai *Source: “United Arab Emirates.” (2014, September 11)
  13. 13. HH Sheikh Mohammed’s Leadership Style & Approach
  14. 14. Formative Experiences • Natural Home Birth – born in Dubai in 1949 • Personality & Disposition • Family Influences • Education / School • First Job *Source: “Sheik Mohammed” (2014), Bradley, K (2014)
  15. 15. Education • Age 4 yrs - Private Tutoring in Arabic & Islamic Studies - (1953) • 6 yrs - Elementary (Primary) School - Al Ahmadiya School (1955) – Arabic Grammar – English – Mathematics – Geography – History • 10 yrs - Al Shaab School (1959) • 12 yrs - Dubai Secondary School (1961) • 16 yrs - Easily passed Exams, “graduated” (1964/1965) • 17 yrs - Enrolled in Bells Language School in Cambridge (1966) *Source: “Sheikh Mohammed” (2014)
  16. 16. Mons Officer Cadet School (OCS) Graduated, earning the “Sword of Honor” in 1968
  17. 17. Core Business Concepts & Approach Security +Stability +Diversification +Oil Resources +Team Building +Delegation + “Full Throttle” Horseracing Approach = Massive Growth
  18. 18. Core Business Concepts & Approach *Source: Youtube CNN
  19. 19. Management Styles • Collectivistic • Confrontational • Long-term • Directive
  20. 20. Complementing Tasks at Hand Dubai International Airport and Emirates Airline *Source: Brooks, D. (2013)
  21. 21. Accomplishing His Vision Suggested Adjustments Sheikh Mohammed can make to Strengthen Leadership
  22. 22. HH Sheikh Mohammed’s Vision
  23. 23. Forward Thinking Sheikh Mohammed: • “I want Dubai to be number one. Not in the region, but in the world. . . Number one in everything: high education, health, housing . . . Give my people the highest way of living.” *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  24. 24. How Vision Was Developed • Excellence is integral part of Dubai heritage • Islam encourages perfection in everything Father: Sheikh Rashid Grandfather: Sheikh Saeed *Source: Maktoum, M. (2012).
  25. 25. 21st Century Aspirations Leading global tourism destination Modern business and commercial hub Burj Al Arab Hotel Burj Khalifa *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  26. 26. Sheikh Mohammad’s Impact on Dubai’s Culture and Style Dubai, Inc. Western Influences Inspection Ambition *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  27. 27. Progressive Vs. Traditional Sheikh Mohammed Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Khalifa President of UAE *Source: “UAE National Media Council.” (n.d.)
  28. 28. Innovation in a Changing World Sustainable Success Smart Government Initiative Competition Long-Term Investments *Source: “Mohammed bin Rashid's interview with "Dira'a Al Watan" magazine.” (2013, November 29)
  29. 29. Quick, Massive Growth •Inspirational: Emphasizes ACTION •“Dubai World” founded in 2006 •Works tirelessly to perfect vision, delegates *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  30. 30. HH Sheikh Mohammed: A Great Business Leader?
  31. 31. H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Framework Table Intent Means Outcomes Purpose -Financial prosperity. -Rapid development and innovation in all industries. -Highest standard of living in the region. Vision -Promote the status of his people. -Empowering his people to achieve success. -Global recognition and admiration. *Source: Maktoum, M. (2012), Mayo et al (2010, August 26)
  32. 32. Slaves of Dubai *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26), Kaminer, A., & O'Driscoll, S. (2014, May 19).
  33. 33. Challenges Faced Loss of Culture *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26) Outdated Financial Standards Economic Crisis Sustainability
  34. 34. Pressure to Diversify and Develop *Source:Maktoum, M. (2012).
  35. 35. Mistakes -Legal Issues -Over-hyped Development *Source: Mayo et al (2010, August 26), Fitch, A. (2013, Jan 08)
  36. 36. H.H. Sheikh Mohammed’s Vision for the Future Source: Maktoum, M. (2012)
  37. 37. Poll Question Please Select: Y / N Do you support his leadership style? Please share your thoughts in blackboard chat
  38. 38. Leadership Metrics Forward Thinking Inspirational Smart Honest / Ethical *Source: Kouzes, J M. (2007)
  39. 39. References • Bradley, K. (2014). Retrieved September 7, 2014, from http://people.opposingviews.com/collectivism-islamic-society-9230.html • Brooks, D. (2013). History of Future Cities. New York: W.W Norton & Company, Inc • Difference Between Abu Dhabi and Dubai. (n.d.). In DifferenceBetween.net. Retrieved September 16, 2014, from http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/politics/difference-between-abu-dhabi-and-dubai/ • Federation of South Arabia (2014, July 25) in Wikipedia. Retrieved September 13, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federation_of_South_Arabia • Fitch, A. (2013, January 08). Dubai sets special court for crown prince's firm. Retrieved on September 15, 2014, from http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887324296604578175942079415444 • Julia Wheeler “Workers’ Safety Queried in Dubai,” BBC News, (2004, September 27). Retrieved on September 2014, from http://news.bbc.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/369489.stm • Kaminer, A., & O'Driscoll, S. (2014, May 19). Workers at N.Y.U.'s Abu Dhabi Site Face Harsh Conditions. New York Times [The New York], p. A1. • Kouzes, J M. (2007). The Leadership Challenge. 4th ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass • Maktoum, M. (2012). My Vision, Challenges in the Race for Excellence (Vol. 1). Dubai, UAE: Motivate Publishing; • Mohammed bin Rashid's interview with "Dira'a Al Watan" magazine. (2013, November 29). Retrieved September 16, 2014, from http://www.SheikhMohammed.com • Mayo, A. J., Noriah, N., Mendhro, U., and Cromwell, J. (2010, August 26). Sheikh Mohammed and the Making of “Dubai, Inc” Harvard Business Review (9-410-063)
  40. 40. References • Sheikh Mohammed. (2014). Retrieved September 7, 2014, from http://www.sheikhmohammed.com/vgn-ext templating/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=cdc1c1922d435310VgnVCM1000003f64a8c0RCRD&appInstanceName=default • Sheikh Mohammed. (2014). Retrieved September 15, 2014, from http://english.princesshaya.net/hh-sheikh-mohammed • UAE National Media Council. (n.d.). Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed, President of the UAE. In uaeinteract.com. Retrieved September 16, 2014, from http://www.uaeinteract.com/government/zayed.asp • United Arab Emirates. (2014, September 11). In Wikipedia. Retrieved September 13, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Arab_Emirates

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