Team Paper 1 - It is proven that nobody is perfect...

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It is proven that nobody is perfect, especially when it comes to managers and the way that they manage people. In our interview with our manager, we saw many positive and negative aspects to their managerial style. Some of the things that we saw that could be improved to be more effective include meetings with employees, punishments, advancement, tracking employee progress and goal setting. It is very important to hold regular meetings with employees in order to “review and analyze what they accomplished last week, the problems they had, and what still needs to be accomplished. Then we develop plans and strategies for the next week”(17). Our manager held meeting with employees on a tri-yearly basis, when school starts in the fall and spring, and at the beginning of summer. We believe that if meetings were made more regularly, like a monthly basis, then it would put the employees and managers on the same page and alleviate problems. We also saw that our manager didn’t have a set system for reprimanding or
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2012 for the course MGTOP 301 taught by Professor Bryan during the Fall '07 term at Washington State University .

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Team Paper 1 - It is proven that nobody is perfect...

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