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The Moss and McAdams Accounting Firm case study is a case of organizational structure and culture clash that has created problems in the organization and for a new project manager.

Answer the questions at the end of the case, being as specific as possible. Use the facts of the case to support your answers. When you answer these questions, think about the roles of each of the players: Sands, Palmer, Olds, and Crosby. How did each of them contribute to this situation?

Remember: Start with an unbiased analysis. Please start with the facts before you do your analysis. We can always choose sides later!

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â?¢ 1. If you were Palmer at the end of the case, how would you respond?
I would respond that due to his performance, I feel that this is the best possible decision. By letting him to go to the other assignment, the audit team has a chance to focus on the audit, and complete what still needs to be completed, without the added stress of wondering if Olds is going to show up. I would also request that the firm consider hiring another individual to replace him, as more manpower is apparently an issue. No one audit should suffer because one person has to be taken out, without being replaced. If this is the case, then the audit is ...

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The Moss and McAdams Accounting Firm case study is a case of organizational structure and culture clash that has created problems in the organization and for a new project manager.

Answer the questions at the end of the case, being as specific as possible. Use the facts of the case to support your answers. When you answer these questions, think about the roles of each of the players: Sands, Palmer, Olds, and Crosby. How did each of them contribute to this situation?

Remember: Start with an unbiased analysis. Please start with the facts before you do your analysis. We can always choose sides later!

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