Since they seem pleased i will sign the document now

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communications with the customer on how satisfied they were with the product. Since they seem pleased I will sign the document. Now working in such a big consulting firm might curtail my efforts to investigate all the above simply because I might have many other open projects where I rather devote my time. The main reason I want to go through all these steps is just assure that overcharging the customer does not result in us losing them for good. The type of project we did for them might have an economic value added to it and increasing their cost might cause a lot of problems but on the other hand it might not be one and all they care about are the successful completion of the project. I would eventually have to sign the document unless top management thinks otherwise so the best I can do is gather as much information I can so if ever anyone asks me why I signed the document I have evidence to back me up. A cautious approach comes more natural to me rather than a prompt decision which might be another reason why I would do all these instead of 1
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HW 8 IE5411 Sunny Ahmed just signing the document in the first place since it reduces risks at my end. Thus there are a lot of factors which might cause me to react differently than what I planned. 11-2a. I would first like to revisit the reasons why the group decided to give the money to Chunk of Coal rather than St Mary’s Soup Kitchen. If I think the reasons were substantial enough I would like to consult others before reaching a final decision on whether to give the money to St. Mary’s Soup kitchen. This is a charity event and people do want to contribute in whatever ways possible thus having an emotional value and close attachments with it. I would relay the bullet points on why we decided not to give the money to St Mary’s Soup kitchen in the first place and discuss with people whether they think I can ignore the issues and give the money to them. I mean there must have been a valid reason why they were not given the money in the first place.
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  • Fall '08
  • LOPS
  • Management, Value added, soup kitchen

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