Motorola Case Study

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Technology

 

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Sue K

 

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March 4, 2017

 

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University

 

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Bob had not consulted with his two upper management partners, William Weisz and John Mitchell nor had he discussed it with Human Relations. The main purpose of Bob wanting to make these changes were the issues he was constantly hearing about employees stating there was too many issues with the management matrix and thusly projects were not being seen through by a single point of contact...
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Motorola's rush to stay ahead of the curve as well as the leader in the marketplace had placed a huge minutia of middle managers into the picture with most of them managing less than 5 employees. This extremely low employee to manager ratio was putting anywhere from 9 to 12 people in line from middle to senior managers...
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