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Case Study Response

by on January 25, 2010

Interestingly, all of our group members had similar view and same goal. We all recognize the importance of the change so want to persuade Sam and other employees. The only difference is the method to approach the problem. One of the members want to request more time for persuading the people and if it does not work well, our member want to change some things for getting employees’ agreement. Other members case, they want persuade Bill directly. As they believe, if Bill knows the importance of the change, he will be persuaded. I have a similar idea but little strong. If Sam cannot persuade Bill immediately, my idea is bribe Bill with some things such as money or higher position. Sam does not have enough time. He only has one day. In some cases, I think, illegal way also can be a good solution.


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