ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDYWHEN YOUR COLLEAGUE IS
A SABOTEUR

PRESENTED BY :
SURBHI AGARWAL
KUSUM SINGH
ASHISH BATRA
JATIN KAUS...
Herzberg Theory

Hygienic Factors

Motivators

1. Company Policies

1. Growth

2. Objectives

2. Responsibility

3. Workin...
McClelland’s Three needs theory

Need for
Achievement
Need for Power

Need for
Affiliation
Adam’s Equity theory
 Comparison of outcomes to inputs

Nicole v/s Mark
 Inputs : Working hours, hard work, commitment,
...
Decision Making
 Selection of one right option out of many

alternatives.
 Reduce more complex decisions down to simpler...
Leadership Vs Management
 The manager focuses on structure; the leader focuses on

people.
 The manager controls; the le...
Recommendations
 Keep away few ideas always
 Come forward and stand for yourself.
 Handle corporate relations maturely....
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WHEN YOUR COLLEAGUE IS A SABOTEUR - Case Study

  1. 1. ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDYWHEN YOUR COLLEAGUE IS A SABOTEUR PRESENTED BY : SURBHI AGARWAL KUSUM SINGH ASHISH BATRA JATIN KAUSHIK
  2. 2. Herzberg Theory Hygienic Factors Motivators 1. Company Policies 1. Growth 2. Objectives 2. Responsibility 3. Working Conditions 3. Achievement
  3. 3. McClelland’s Three needs theory Need for Achievement Need for Power Need for Affiliation
  4. 4. Adam’s Equity theory  Comparison of outcomes to inputs Nicole v/s Mark  Inputs : Working hours, hard work, commitment, loyalty etc.  Outputs : Salary, bonus, prize, rewards, promotions etc Two situations A)Under-rewarded: leads to anger, frustration  B)Over-rewarded : Guilt
  5. 5. Decision Making  Selection of one right option out of many alternatives.  Reduce more complex decisions down to simpler steps.  See how do you arrive at a decision.  Plan to make a right decision.  Look for alternatives.  Consult your intuition.
  6. 6. Leadership Vs Management  The manager focuses on structure; the leader focuses on people.  The manager controls; the leader inspires .  The manager has a smaller vision; the leader sees future.  The manager is stable; the leader brings change.  The manager makes a decision but leader facilitates.  The manager minimizes the risks but leader takes the risks.  The manager does things right; the leader does the right thing.
  7. 7. Recommendations  Keep away few ideas always  Come forward and stand for yourself.  Handle corporate relations maturely.  Be a good decision maker.  Give regular updates to your boss to avoid future conflicts.  Analyse the situation and then act.
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