Case Study Chapter 9

Case Study Chapter 9 - Case Study Chapter 9 1 Mike and Jill both have significantly adverse predispositions of each other and their respective

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Case Study Chapter 9 1. Mike and Jill both have significantly adverse predispositions of each other and their respective departments. Mike believes that whole process is farce in reality and that Jill Hendrickson and the design consider themselves superior and don’t take the application of their products into consideration. Jill believes that her department’s role is the most essential to the whole process and that because she is young and a woman that she is not given the same consideration so she must assert herself even more. The core problem is that you have two people who view each other as adversaries working on the same team. Mike feels like Gil is trying to back him down into a corner and he is being obstinate in response. Jill perceives Mikes lack of cooperation as age and gender bias. With the situation being framed from these two perspectives personal animosity is likely to ensue.
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course SPEECH spch---- taught by Professor Reginawilliams during the Fall '11 term at N.C. A&T.

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Case Study Chapter 9 - Case Study Chapter 9 1 Mike and Jill both have significantly adverse predispositions of each other and their respective

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