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Incident 2. You are the Vice-President for Product...




Incident 2. You are the Vice-President for Production in a small manufacturing company. Your plant is working close to capacity to fill current orders. Now you have just been offered a contract to manufacture components for a new customer. If the customer is pleased with the way you handle this order, additional orders are likely and they could become one of the company's largest clients. You are confident that your production supervisors can handle the job, but it would impose a heavy burden on them in terms of rescheduling production, hiring extra workers, and working extra hours. How would you decide whether to accept the new contract? 1.) ___Autocratic Decision ___Consultation ___Group Decision 2.) Explanation:


Paper#12528 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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