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“CRASH” OBSERVATIONS You will be graded on the insight and application that you give in your answers based on the concepts that were taught in class and in the text. Please have at least two answers or illustrations for each question. Please type your responses. Submit a hard copy of your completed observations sheet at the beginning of class. 1. Different characters in the film have different perceptions of various situations. Choose one scene from the movie and describe the perception differences. Which perception errors might explain the different ways that the different characters perceive the situation? What other factors are at play? 2. Describe a scene that portrays effective communication.
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Unformatted text preview: How did the communication affect the trust between persons involved in that communication episode? 3. Describe a scene that portrays ineffective communication. How did the communication affect the trust between persons involved in that communication episode? 4. Choose one scene from the move and describe the decision making using OB principles. 5. Choose one scene from the movie and analyze the intrinsic and/or extrinsic motivation for one of the characters. Use other motivation theories to explain the character’s motivation. Provide examples to support your analysis. 5. Please discuss one other OB insight you had from the film....
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This document was uploaded on 10/31/2011 for the course BUS 361 at BYU.

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