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page_155 next page > Page 155 The key role for the external consultants was to assist Union leadership in educating its members about the need for the Union to change its traditional roles, in the face of a changing environment. There was considerable scepticism and questioning about whether such education would be a proper role for the Union, and whether sufficient knowledge and expertise were available to make the plan work. The main question for A & P management was whether the union could succeed where the company had failed. Despite reservations among some of its top officers, Local 1357 made its bid to buy 21 of the stores on 2 March 1982. Two weeks later it was announced that 600 members had pledged $5000 each as seed money to build a purchase fund. This was a radical departure from traditional union roles such as organising, bargaining, and pension administration. In time it became clear that the
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course MGT 03 taught by Professor Kasra during the Spring '11 term at Tanta University.

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