In 2002, a well known conglomerate that manufactures a multitude of noncompeting consumer products instituted a corporate wide initiative to encourage the managers of its many divisions to share consumer demographic info. However, since the initiative, the CEO has noticed that less info is available than ever. Why do you think the CEO's plan backfired?
A company is a very competitive environment, especially among different types of divisions and management. There are bonuses for the best performing division usually and ...
What happens when managers compete in a company with regards to available information on demographics?