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1. What does Nucorâ??s approach to managing its people require of managers?

2. Suggest several ways that a company might encourage its more experienced workers to listen to ideas from newer employees.

3. What might an organization do to preserve its culture among newly hired employees and those who arrive through acquisition?

4. Guaranteed pay at Nucor is considerably lower than that of the industry. Yet Nucor workers earn much more in total compensation than comparable workers in their industry. Why?

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Nucor's approach to managing its people requires that managers engage in idea sharing with the staff that they supervise, as well as to take a teamwork approach to managing individuals, in lieu of a dictatorial form of management style. Nucor also requires its managers to delegate many tasks to front-line workers.

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