MATH - Meaghan Brown 3/13/08 Journal Assignment Scenario 1...

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Meaghan Brown 3/13/08 Journal Assignment Scenario 1 = Work A. There are 4 members where I work that would have voting power. They are: Adam (manager- P1), Todd (assistant manager- P2), Meaghan (Fulltime Third Key- P3), and Kate ( Part-time Associate- P4). I work at Kay Jewelers at the Hampshire Mall. We recently had a debate over the case set-ups. The manager enjoyed the way they were set up and the assistant manager agreed; however, the part-time associate and I thought that it was time for an update in the store. Adam and Todd clearly overruled our opinions. We know that Adam’s mind would not change, so we hoped to sway Todd’s opinion. Without Todd on our side we had no chance of winning the debate. When Todd finally agreed with us, all of our votes against Adam won. Therefore, we changed our display cases around! This shows that there is no dictatorship at Kay Jewelers. There is a fairly even distribution of power, where the manager has the most and the part-time associate has the least. B. Adam = P1, Todd = P2, Meaghan = P3, Kate = P4
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course MAT 117 taught by Professor Solomon during the Spring '08 term at Greenfield.

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