PAEI Model - Explained
What is the PAEI Model?
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Table of ContentsWhat is PAEI? What are the Situational Factors?
What is PAEI?
The PAEI model, proposed by Adizes, describes the four key roles which make up a successful management team:
And is a method to evaluate the contribution and areas of strength of each member of a team.
What are the Situational Factors?
The importance of each role in the PAEI model is determined by situational factors, such as:
- Organization type,
- Size of the organization,
- External environment of the organization,
- Stage of development of the organization.