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)?
Answer to relevant QuestionsTo accomplish their goals more effectively, should managers attempt to prohibit the emergent, or informal, organization? Explain. Does Rachel have any caustic coworkers? If so, who are they and what type of caustic coworker is each of them? How should Rachel try to handle them (or herself, if necessary)? Is what Janet suggested a real way to conduct change? If so, does it have a name, can you describe it in your own words, is it generally a well regarded way to try to make change and why? Now what group is Conrad making assumptions about? Is he right and why or why not? What is Conrad talking about when he says workers might group themselves? Is there anything like this in orgranizations? Why would people do this? Should they be allowed to do this as Conrad describes and why or why not?
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