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Unformatted text preview: RotellaK Leadership and Organizational Behavior Running Header: ROTELLAK Leadership and Organizational Behavior RotellaK: Leadership and Organizational Behavior Analysis of Job Design Preferences Kelley Rotella Keller Online GM591 When it comes to job preferences and the order of importance each one had, I felt that my opinions and preferences would not be similar or the same as what others found important. I figured that RotellaK Leadership and Organizational Behavior my lifestyle, current job and grad school courses would make my priorities slightly different then someone who is in their career, has a family and children, and possibly different needs for their time or job satisfaction. It was in talking with my group and hearing peoples personal preferences that made me realize that many people surprisingly found the same things to be important. Over the past week and the discussions I had with my teammates it was interesting to see everyones original thoughts compared to what our consensus actually was. It was in hearing everyones everyones original thoughts compared to what our consensus actually was....
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course FIN 1501 taught by Professor Marshall during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Cincinnati.
- Spring '10