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Unformatted text preview: Due to their need and desire to keep their job, they realized that if they did not do as the owner asked of them. Not only because they would be laid off if business did not improve, but because they realized without everyone doing their part, unemployment could easily become a reality. I think this was a scare tactic used by the second scene given. It was not positive motivation for the employees in my opinion, however it worked. I noticed that both owners of these companies had one thing in common and that was the desire to succeed. I believe it was through their approach of setting up new and adhering to current processes, training, plenty of hard work such as overtime, and sacrifices, made by both that assisted in the success of both the companies. I plan to take many of these companies processes, and utitlize them as my own when opening my own business some day....
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- Summer '09
- Business, Schoene Rudolph, Motivation Teams Case