Brockner & Parsons

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Brooke Galietto September 12, 2011 Management 414 Write Up #2 In my opinion, communication is the root of the common threads between Brockner’s article, “Why It’s So Hard to Be Fair” and the Rob Parson’s promotion case. In his self-evaluations, Parsons recognized that he needed to do “a better job communicating internally the extent of my discussions and successes…”(7). Also, Parsons was infamous for his poor communication skills and lack of patience. Meanwhile, CEO of Morgan Stanley, Mack, was asserting his agenda for improving communication in order to create a consistent way of doing business that emphasized teamwork, cooperation, and consensus. Mack’s implementation of the 360-degree performance evaluation process did two important things; first it strengthened the cultural feeling of team playing that Morgan Stanley espoused and second it encouraged process fairness as described by Brockner. Parsons attitude, reputation, and way of doing things do not align well with the
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