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PAST EXAM QUESTION  1 The senior executives at Company X want to change their underlying approach to  diversity within their workforce from a Discrimination and Fairness paradigm to a  Learning and Effectiveness paradigm. - What approach to making this change would  you recommend using the four dimensions of change (e.g. pace, scope etc.)? (8 points)  BBA OLD EXAM QUESTION 3 3. The workplace is increasingly characterized by two  significant trends - the heightened use of teams and also of more reliance on  contact/contingent workers. What are 5 challenges that these two trends create for X- teams? (10 points)  In your answer be sure to demonstrate an understanding of what distinguishes an X- team from other teams. (5 points)  If you were leading an X-team, what are 3 steps (one from each perspective of the  course-strategic design, political, cultural) you would take to ensure that your team was 
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Unformatted text preview: more effective given these challenges and why would these steps be useful? (10 points) PART OF QUESTION 1: o Identify 2 specific action steps you would suggest they should take in making this change based on your recommendations and briefly explain why each would be effective. (11 points) BBA OLD EXAM QUESTION 2 2.Using the three models of the external environment we covered in class, explain the key challenges facing the French company Roussel in the RU486 case at the point when this drug received regulatory approval in France, and the CEO Sakiz had to decide whether or not to recommend bringing RU486 to market. In your answer be sure to demonstrate a solid understanding of the three models of the external environment and show how your analysis helps you understand the challenges they faced. (25 points)...
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  • Fall '10
  • EleanorWestney
  • old exam question, Roussel, Sakiz, BBA OLD EXAM

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