PMP575_Team1_Oilwell Cable Company - CONFLICTS

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Oilwell Cable Company Nirali Patel, John Wenc, Dan Sosa, Bill Haselberger
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  Question number 1:    If norm chooses to go ahead with the  microprocessor conversions on the  machinery without passing it by the team,  what are the potential conflicts that might  arise? what are the advantages of such  move?
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This would definitely improve throughput and reduce cost  but…  it would also bring in  “Conflicts”. Along with this, there would be certain advantages  related to the changes in production as well. Types of Conflicts that would arise are:- Organizational Conflicts Leadership Conflicts Communication Conflicts Resource Conflicts Scheduling Conflicts
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Organizational Conflicts Team Management upset about not being included  in decision  to add microprocessors to rubber mixing  machines. Struggle to get the senior management approval  without the team management approval.
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Leadership Conflicts Conflicting overall goals for Norm’s project and team 
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