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Brussels and Bradshaw Investment Bank (B&B) case

Read the Part II Case Study beginning on page 277 after Chapter 7.

Brussels and Bradshaw Investment Bank (B&B) (attached)

Required:
? Identification and summary of the key organizational behavior issues evident in the case
? Reflection on the identified issues along with recommendations or potential solutions to identified issues

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Key organizational behavior issues evident in the Locke/Brussels & Bradshaw case include the organizational design of the firm, employees' span of control, and environment. Brussels & Bradshaw has an immediate problem with the design of the firm. Kelly Richards is responsible for reviews, employee placement, and "some of the tasks of a human resource employee," yet she does not have the training or stature of a formal human resource representative. In addition, she is sloppy and haphazard in completing tasks that fall within her responsibility, for instance, introducing Locke to her mentor, and following up on employee issues. The firm needs to ...

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This solution identifies and summarizes the key organizational behavior issues evident in the Brussels and Bradshaw Investment Bank case. It includes a reflection on the identified issues along with recommendations and solutions to the issues. It includes APA formatted references.

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