Kim MehanCom 439Reading Reflection #7October 11, 2011IntroductionWhen managers take action to improve situations, they expect whoever they are helping to be satisfied. In organizations where management is always trying to improve their employees, it can result in a negative effect, not only on the individual, but on the company as well. To reflect on relevanceIn Chapter 17 from Management of the Absurd, Farson writes about how the better things are, the worse people feel. He says, “Only in an organization where people arein on things and where their talentsarebeing utilized would it occur to someone to complain about those issues.” This chapter struck me because I never realized that the more people have, the worse they feel. This relates to the real world because in healthy organizations, employees think that they aren’t doing enough or that their talents should be used elsewhere. Farson relates this to marriage
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