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Unformatted text preview: to provide a solution to the problem (if you are really ambitious you can do both). You will be graded for how much of the class material and/or Henry book you bring into your answer. Also, grammar will be graded. Use spell-check! Hint: A good technique for problem-solving is to use the book and/or your notes as a checklist. This will give you ideas of what you might address in either your problem explanation or your solution – e.g., is democratic control or lack thereof a problem; are constraints a problem; is the type of organizational model a problem; could some of the human relations approaches help; does contingency theory explain anything; is the environment a factor; what administrative tactics might help; etc? The list is much longer than these examples but you should get the idea. Good luck. 1 2...
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