How would you rate President
Organizational Behavior 2
Q1. What factors do you think attributed to Suraj bhai’s success? Was he merely “in the right place at the right time’’, or are there characteristics about him that contribute to his success?
Q2. How do you believe Suraj bhai would score on the Big Five dimensions of personality (extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability, openness to experience)? Which ones would he score high on? Which ones might he score low on?
Q3. Do you believe that Suraj bhai is high or low on core self-evaluations? On what information did you base your decision?
Q4. What information about Suraj bhai suggests that he has a proactive personality?
Q5. The three types of organizational justice, which one does workplace bullying most closely resemble?
Q6. What aspects of motivation might workplace bullying reduce? For example, are there likely to be effects on an employee’s self-efficacy? If so, what might those effects be?
Q7. If you were a victim of workplace bullying, what steps would you take to try to reduce its occurrence? What strategies would be most effective? What strategies might be ineffective? What would you do if one of your colleagues was a victim of an abusive supervisor?
Q8. What factors do you believe contribute to workplace bullying? Are bullies a product of the situation, or are they flawed personalities? What situations and what personality factors might contribute to the presence of bullies?
Q9. If praising employees for doing a good job seems to be a fairly easy and obvious motivational tools, why do you think companies and managers don’t often do it?
Q10. As a manager, what steps would you take to motivate your employees after observing them perform well?
Q11. Are there any downsides to giving employees too much verbal praise? What might these downsides be and how could you alleviate them as a manager?
Q12. As a manager, how would you ensure that recognition given to employees is distributed fairly and justly?
Q13. How would you rate President George W. Bush on the four characteristics outlined at the beginning of the case? How would you contrast his reaction to Hurricane Katrina with his reaction to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? What do you think his handling of these two events says about his leadership?
Q14. Do you think leaders in other contexts (business’, sports, religious) exhibit the same qualities of great or near-great U.S. presidents?
Q15. Do you think being in the right place at the right time could influence presidential greatness?
Q16. Do you think individuals can learn empathy from something like a 1-month CIP experience? Explain why or why not.
Q17. How could UPS’s CIP help the organization better manage work-life conflicts?
Q18. How could UPS’s CIP help the organization improve its response to diversity?
Q19. What negatives, if any, can you envision resulting from CIP?
Q20. UPS has 2,400 managers. CIP includes only 50 each year. How can the program make a difference if it includes only 2 percent of all managers? Does this suggest that the program is more public relations than management training?
Q21. How can UPS justify the cost of a program like CIP if competitors like FedEx, DHL, and the U.S. Postal Service don’t offer such programs? Does the program increase costs or reduce UPS profits?
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