Project #53071 - management

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Exercises 3. Culture of the Workplace.

3-4. From the story of the female vice president who had a working gap to raise children, do you think she would be successful if she was hired by the company? Explain your reasoning.

3-5. With respect to the issue of paying below, at, above, or well above the salary available in the market, is the IBM story of the 360 computer useful? Why or why not?

3-6. Do you agree with the corporate philosophy that the amount of paid vacation should be increased as a person gains time seniority? Explain your reasoning.

3-7. What is your personal view of the role of loyalty in the workplace? Explain your reasoning.

 

Exercises 4. Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions.

4-1. What is the lesson learned from the story about the breakout star?

4-2. An employee who is passed over for a promotion should see the writing on the wall and make plans to leave the organization. Do you agree? Explain your reasoning.

4-3. What is the lesson learned from Ariely's story of the subscription to The Economist magazine?

4-4. What is the lesson learned from Ariely's story of leaving a checkout line to travel for a cash savings?

4-5. Ariely claims the value of "free" to a person is irrational. Do you agree? Explain your reasoning.

4-6. What is the lesson learned from Ariely's story of the experiment involving moving circles on a computer screen?

4-7. What is the lesson learned from Ariely's story of Southwest Airlines?

4-8. The story of the executive training seminar with the choice of a coffee mug and candy bar is used to illustrate the status quo trap. Do you agree that it exists? Explain your reasoning.

4-9. What is the lesson learned from Ariely's story of the game with three doors?

4-10. What is the lesson learned from Ariely's story of beer and vinegar?

4-11. Describe a personal example of a time when you or someone else was caught making a bad decision because of a hidden trap.

Exercises 5. The Hidden Side of Everything.

5-1. With respect to the campaign funding analysis, what is the lesson learned?

5-2. With respect to the story of the declining crime rate, what is the lesson learned?

5-3. What is the lesson from Levitt’s study of the size of the police force and number of murders?

5-4. Levitt described a blood bank that experienced a decrease in the level of donations. Aside from economic and moral incentives, what lesson can be derived from Levitt’s story?

5-5. With respect to the story of the day care center, what is the lesson learned?

5-6. With respect to the hidden motivation of a real estate agent, what is the lesson learned?

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