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WHEN YOUR COLLEAGUE IS A SABOTEUR - Case Study

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  • 1. ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDYWHEN YOUR COLLEAGUE IS A SABOTEUR PRESENTED BY : SURBHI AGARWAL KUSUM SINGH ASHISH BATRA JATIN KAUSHIK
  • 2. Herzberg Theory Hygienic Factors Motivators 1. Company Policies 1. Growth 2. Objectives 2. Responsibility 3. Working Conditions 3. Achievement
  • 3. McClelland’s Three needs theory Need for Achievement Need for Power Need for Affiliation
  • 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. 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. 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. 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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