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Joel Group 7 Case Incident 8 I. Introduction A. B. II. Body A. Problems 1. Ed didn’t really manage 2. New manager with different style of leading 3. Rusty is upset B. Causes 1. Let Rusty control almost everything 2. Ed retired 3. New managers way C. Relevant Management Theory
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Rusty is task-oriented and self-motivated. 2. New manger is democratic while old manager was Laissez-faire. 3. Communication process is now taller and involves more two-way communication....
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  • Spring '11
  • Management, Style, Rusty, Relevant Management Theory, New managers way

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