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Unformatted text preview: all indicate that something is wrong with an organization, but they don't identify root causes. A successful manager doesn't just attack symptoms; he works to uncover the factors that cause these symptoms. TABLE 1 Symptoms and Their Real Causes Symptoms Underlying Problem Low profits and/or declining sales Poor market research High costs Poor design process; poorly trained employees Low morale Lack of communication between management and subordinates High employee turnover Rate of pay too low; job design not suitable High rate of absenteeism Employees believe that they are not valued...
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- Fall '11
- ARIA Charts, Design management, decisionmaking process, obviously troubling situations, incorrect starting point.