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responsibility to the employees and the other is the responsibility to the community” (Liberty Mutual The Responsibility Project, 2012). The external pressure of the later is major. The social pressure influencing this business decision is the community needed them to start this business. Their decision to start a business was a big risk; especially starting a business they knew nothing about. The women knew nothing about baking or running a small business. They wanted to be a model for a successful small business in this community. The community rewarded them by taking the attitude of; if someone has the audacity to start a business here in this economy, the community will make sure it succeeds. How might these issues be relevant to organizational and personal decisions? Bread making is metaphor. Bread is nutritious, and it brings people together. As stated in the film, people of the community thank them. Even in this depressed state of economy, people thank them for giving them a place to spend their money. The organizational and personal decisions of these two women revolve around the people. The responsibility to the employees supersedes the other responsibilities. As depicted in the film, the employees love their jobs and are good at it. Next is their responsibility to the community. This business gives the community a place to come gather together. These two women keep sight on the big picture; they have a whole city to heal.
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