Business, 02.12.2019 23:20

Anational media communications company acquires a regional communications company. as a result of the merger teh regional marketing department is reorganized, combining the staff of the two organizations. our manager is overseeing the restructuring process and is having a lot of difficulty with people shifting roles, sharing assignments, and addapting to new hierarchies.

the manager meets with two department members who are very with the new changes. the employees eventually ask the manager to leave the company and head a start-up – funding is already in place.

the manager should have done a better job in balancing the need to improve operations with the need to

(a) be stagnant.
(b) be profitable.
(c) gather information.
(d) respond to new events.
(e) be effective

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