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Vroom's Participative Approach

Write a case analysis following these question analysis

1. Why did the events at the end happen? explain and discuss.

2. Use one of the approaches to explain what happened in the case
-fielder's approach
-tannenbaum-schmidt leadership continuum approach
-house's path goal approach
-vroom's participative approach
-leader-member exchange approach

Use one of the approaches to explain a major incident in the case or the case in general. say a lot in your response here.

3 Who is to "blame" for dick's failure: dick, workers at the Modrow plant, Modrow nanagers, or Tri-america management? discuss.

4 What do you recommend be done now- by dick and/or his bosses?

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Write a case analysis following these question analysis

1. Why did the events at the end happen? explain and discuss.
There are many reasons why the events at the end happened. First, Dick was viewed with suspicion; He was viewed as a person who would go in for amputations. The workers felt threatened by him and his presence. Second, this habit of walking around the plant reinforced his reputation as a hatchet man. He was believed to be spying and interfering with the work even though he never made any comments when he was on the shop floor. Third, his habit of walking around the plant was viewed as a method of gathering evidence against certain individuals, who would be axed. Even though he was careful not to pass remarks when he was on his rounds he was believed to be directive. Moreover, he created a weak impression even on the top managers of the plant when he was in a meeting he abruptly left them creating an impression that the operations were not as important.

2. Use one ...

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This posting uses Vroom's Participative approach to analyze the case.

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