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Motivation and the operational effectiveness of vibe
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VIBE( 3.1)- By Merrill White, QUT International College

QUESTIONS

1. Explain why Sam's decision not to consider job sharing or part-time staff for the manager's position could be viewed by Sarah and Julie as either unintentional or intentional discrimination.

2. What can Sam do to get Sarah and Julie motivated and engaged in the long term?

3. How could job design and job enlargement be used to improve both staff motivation and the operational effectiveness of Vibe?

4. What factors wold you consider in Sam's situation if you were developing a succession plan for Vibe?

CASE APPLICATION: "IT'S A JUNGLE OUT THERE' ( 3.2)

QUESTIONS

1. ‘You can't train people to be team players'. Give arguments in support of and against this statement.

2. How might the team-building exercises such as the ones briefly described contribute to making a team more effective?

3. Is there a risk that exercises like this can be seen as just "fun" exercises that are enjoyable but have no other value? If so, how do you think that this can be overcome?

4. Using your creativity and knowledge of the characteristics of an effective team, suggest team-building exercises that would help a team achieve at least one of the characteristics of an effective team.

5. Describe the characteristic you chose, and then describe the exercise you would use to help a team develop or enhance a particular effective team characteristic.

CASE APPLICATION: JIMMY POSSUM FURNITURE ( 4.2)

QUESTIONS
1. According to the case scenario, has good decision making contributed to the success of Jimmy Possum furniture?

2. The decision to branch out from manufacturing into retailing was a major one. What decision-making process do you think could have been used to help in making this decision?

3. What are the most important criteria to the Spaldings as they make decisions about the company?

4. Explain how would you characterise the conditions surrounding Jimmy Possum Furniture as conditions of certainty, risk or uncertainty?.

5. What have the Spalding's learnt from the experiences of other organisations in order to become better decision makers?

6. Looking at the "Decision-making styles", how would you describe the decision taken by Margot Spalding?

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Table of Contents

Case Study: Vibe 3
1. Situation Analysis: 3
2. Problem and Issue Identification 3
2.1 Job Dissatisfaction 3
2.2 Job Design and Job Enlargement 3
3. Analysis and Evaluation: 4
3.1 Ways for Motivating and Engaging Sarah and Julie in the Long Term 4
3.2 Factors to be considered while developing a Succession Plan for Vibe 4
4. Conclusion and Recommendations 5
Case Study 2: “It’s a Jungle Out There’ 7
1. Situation Analysis 7
2. Problem and Issue Identification: 7
2.1 Team Building Exercises can be Invaluable 7
3. Analysis and Evaluation 8
3.1 People can be Trained to Become Good Team Players 8
3.2 Importance of Fun Team-building to make a Team More Effective 8
3.3 Suggestion of Team-building Exercises that would help a Team Achieve at least one of the Characteristics of an Effective Team 9
4. Conclusion and Recommendations 9
References 11


Case Study
Vibe

1. Situation Analysis:
Sarah and Julie thought that Sam is intentionally not interested in appointing a lady manager to lead the team due to which he appointed Grant as a manager. Both of them were not happy with the decision of Sam and the situation of job burnout occurred, also they believed that people’s mentality at workplace is still the same as the time of their mother’s.




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