Is this really how one should try to come back from a mistake? If not, what should Lanying have done? Were there steps she should have followed? List and explain them and describe what she did that was incorrect. If she did do what she was supposed to, were there steps to the process she followed? List and explain them and describe whether she followed them correctly or not.
Answer to relevant QuestionsCompare individual and organizational needs. What does the chapter suggest can be done with him? What term describes how Conrad is running the Marketing Department? Define it in your words. Does this seem like a good idea or a bad idea and why (you might to look beyond Chapter 12 for this question)? What assumption is Conrad making about David and is it a legitimate concern? Should the modifications David needs be made? Is Alonso right in that assigning the transferred workers to supervisors is something management should do and if so why? What are all the main management purposes?
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