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Notes for power - ENRON Executives based its values on what they didn’t have to do When the individuals of a team lack respect for the groups

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Notes for power point Slide # 2 Greed and need for power eventually caused their downfall Both teams were composed of players or employees that were thought to be close to the best in their given area of expertise. The rapid-expansion allowed for the company to under and over exaggerates large amounts of financial information without anyone immediately realizing. Eventually the incredible amounts of revenues and lack of substantial debt lead to the investigation and ultimately, the downfall of the company. - Similarities each member thought they were the best and wanted to be notorious for their ability to increase profits or win games TEAM USA: pursuing their own personal greatness they neglected the team goals
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Unformatted text preview: ENRON: Executives based its values on what they didn’t have to do When the individuals of a team lack respect for the groups goals, overall cohesion decreases USA: Rookies vs. Veterans ENRON: executive members are younger, less-experienced, highly motivated businessmen whereas the board of directors was a group of older more-experience but less motivated executives, sought future security. Difference s in team member create fault line which inhibit productivity and decrease group cohesion Ocean’s 12 Movie production began to early Coach didn’t have players that specialized in specific traits only players that were “all around great”...
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course MGT 310 taught by Professor Nahrgang during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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