Question;HOW FAILURE BREEDS;SUCCESS;Case Questions;1. What perceptual problems do managers need to overcome with failures? How can;these perceptual problems be minimized?;2. Describe the experiential learning process that companies, mentioned in this;case study, apply to learn from their mistakes and failures.A 1-2 page answer to the questions must be submitted by midnight on Sunday;of this week. Only papers attached & uploaded in Blackboard will be;accepted and graded. Remember to use APA formatting when citing sources.;Case Study;Case Synopsis Coca?Cola Chairman and;former CEO E. Neville Isdell knows that the best companies embrace their;mistakes and learn from them. That?s why Isdell does not mind rhyming off the;list of Coke?s failures over the years. In fact, he is keen to convince;employees and shareholders that he will tolerate the failures that will;inevitably result from the bigger risks that he wants Coke to take. At the same;time, say analysts, balancing a learning culture with a performance culture is;a perennial challenge.;Intuit, the tax software company, thinks it has a solution. When one of its;marketing strategies recently flopped, the company celebrated the failure and;spent a lot of time dissecting it. This BusinessWeek case study describes;several ways that companies learn from their mistakes while still maintaining a;strong focus on performance and the bottom line.;?;Unit 2.1 DB: Incentives and Motivation;You are the CEO of a;struggling company. You realize that higher financial incentives, as;demonstrated in the Dan Pink video, leads to lower performance. How do we;motivate employees in times of "change", when the demands on your;company to innovate can make or break it? So, how would you as CEO engage;your employees to move the company forward?;?;Unit 2.2 DB: The Art of Change;Watch the video;The Art of Change" and discuss the following;Why is "change" so difficult to implement in organizations? Have you;ever had to change your attitude to fit an organizational environment? What was;the impact?;Provide an example of your or organization, or one that you have worked for in;the past. If you have not had work experience to refer to, please add your;thoughts and ideas as to why people in organizations may not want to change.
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