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Lashundra T Jones MT302 Organizational Behavior Unit Seven: Application 15.2 Judgment Calls Date: April 9, 2010
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What do you do or say, if anything, in each of these situations, and why? 1. A colleague, an amateur pilot, shows up at a critical meeting with some Japanese executives wearing a tie adorned with pictures of a P51D Mustang escorting a B-29 Superfortress (the Mustang is a World War II fighter and the Superfortress is the type of plane that dropped the atomic bombs on Japan at the end of World War II). I would quickly pull my colleague aside and ask him if he had another tie; if so I would ask him to please go and change and if not I would ask him to either ask him to remove the tie or himself from the meeting. This is because it was very tasteless for him to wear the tie that for many brought back bad feelings and represented a time when the two nations were at war. Especially if you are trying to conduct business with this Japanese company because many people sometimes judge a companies etiquette by the actions of one person. 2. You know that you have only $110 left before you hit the limit on your credit card, and you have $8 in your wallet. You are the host to three clients. One has just announced that he is
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course MT 302 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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