Project Management Case Study 2 Alex Swenda

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CASE STUDY 4.3 1 Case Study 4.3: Problems with John Alex Swenda MAN-435-OL009: Project Management Mentor: Mark Aglio
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CASE STUDY 4.3 2 Abstract This paper explores the case study of John concerning actions that must be taken to resolve issues that is prohibiting John’s project team to flourish and succeed. John’s project team is made of coworkers who are personal friends and have worked with him for fifteen years. They all have completed their degrees except John and have been promoted faster. As their lives progressed, the standard of living that John’s coworkers experience is much better and has caused jealousy which affects John’s work ethic. John blames management and corporate policy for his lack of movement and punishes the company and his peers by not producing his part of the project. John has procrastinated finishing his degree and continues to deteriorate at the job. 1. As the team leader, you have weighed the pros and cons of all options and prepared a presentation to management on how to address this problem. What do you suggest? 2. Consider each of the above options. Develop an argument to defend your position for each option. 3. What specific leadership behaviors, mentioned in this chapter, are most relevant to addressing and resolving the problems with John? Possible Courses of Action
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