By Silke Scheer
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421). A perfect coherence of mental models is deemed to be unlikely since individuals are not exclusively and coherently influenced by only one single source (see Rentsch and Hall 1994). Furthermore, within a work group, multiple shared mental models may co-exist (Klimoski and Mohammed 1994). Shared mental models of individuals develop through frequent interaction during which learning and communication take place (for example, Schneider and Reichers 1983; Foushee et al. 1986; Walsh et al. 1988; Rentsch 1990; Schein 1992; see Chapter 3).
6), thus the entrepreneur’s and the employees’ capacities for considering alternatives that lie outside the currently active mental model are assumed to be unavailable. This assumption is crucial to cognitive leadership because it implies that – once a business conception has been adopted and serves as a maxim – the individual is limited in her potentials to interpret upcoming information. To put it differently, the outcomes of an employee’s information processing is predestined by the business conception if she has adopted a cognitive leader’s business conception as a maxim and thus processes upcoming information through the lens of it.
1993, p. 600) – is the prerequisite for coordinated activity among the employees. Witt’s notion of a business conception has the features of a mental model (see, for example, Witt 1998; see also Anderson 2000 ). Under the regime of successful cognitive leadership the business conception is superior to all other work-related mental models in the hierarchical organization of the long-term memory. It states fundamental business-related principles or rules of conduct and is thus suitable for deducing lower-order rules.