Vroom yetton jago model

1. What is Vroom yetton jago model?

The Vroom-Yetton contingency model is a situational leadership theory of industrial and organizational psychology developed by Victor Vroom, in collaboration with Phillip Yetton (1973) and later with Arthur Jago (1988).

2. Factors of model:

Vroom and Yetton defined five different decision procedures. Two are autocratic (A1 and A2), two are consultative (C1 and C2) and one is Group based (G2).

AI : You solve the problem or make the decision yourself, using information available to you at the time.

AII: You obtain the necessary information from your follower(s), then decide on the solution to the problem yourself. You may or may not tell your followers what the problem is in getting information from them. The role played by your followers in making the decision is clearly one of providing the necessary information to you, rather than generating or evaluating alternative solutions.

CI: You share the problem with relevant followers individually, getting their ideas and suggestions without bringing them together as a group. Then, you make the decision that may or may not reflect your followers influence.

CII: You share the problem with your followers as a group, collectively obtaining their ideas and suggestions. Then, you make the decision that may or may not reflect your followers influence.

GII : You share a problem with your followers as a group. Together you generate and evaluate alternatives and attempt to reach agreement (consensus) on a solution. Your role is much like that of chairperson. You do not try to influence the group to adopt “your” solution, and you are willing to accept and implement any solution that has the support of the entire group.

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