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Unformatted text preview: Week One Assignment1 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR PAGE 409 NUMBERS 1-4 Week One Assignment Abbigail Hjerpe DeVry University Online Motivation and Leadership Professor Michael Hester 1. Management consulting firms did very well on a per-employee basis partly because they are mostly comprised (as opposed to blue-collar or entry-level Week One Assignment2 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR PAGE 409 NUMBERS 1-4 workers). How big a factor do you think composition of a workforce is in producing a CEO? I am kind of surprised to see the workforce composition here in these examples with these companies. I would have never thought that from Motorola there are 66,000 employees and 7 CEOs produced out of all those employees. I think that composition workforce is a pretty big deal I know that from the looks of it the graph looks like the fewer employees the more CEOs are produced. That is until you get to Ernst and Young where there is one CEO for every 8,585 employees. Although it does make me wonder what the personnel consists of weather they are young, older, job functions, and other...
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2011 for the course PSYC 305 taught by Professor Hester during the Fall '10 term at DeVry Kansas City.
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