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Published by:
Allied Business Academies (2009)
in "Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies"
13 pages
Data source:
Field research


In today’s global economy, organizations are faced with many challenges including motivating and rewarding employees; communicating and making effective decisions; evaluating group and team behavior; assessing their organizational structure and determining its effectiveness, assessing its leadership and determining its effectiveness; and evaluating alternative methods to managing change in the newly designed organization. Successful managers must learn the importance of creating functional and effective structures, processes, and understanding and managing the human side of the organization as this will enable people to effectively work together to achieve agreed upon goals. Therefore this term-long group case study, designed to cover multiple aspects of Organizational Behavior and Theory and Organization Design, will give you an opportunity to design an effective organization. The author developed the case for class discussion rather than to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of the situation. The names including the organization have been disguised. The case, instructor’s manual, and synopsis were anonymously peer reviewed and accepted by the Western Casewriters’ Association for its annual meeting, March 27, 2008, Oakland, CA.


Organizational behavior; Theory and organization design; Motivating and rewarding employees; Communication; Effective decision-making; Evaluating group and team behaviour; Organizational structure; Assessing leadership; Functional structures; Agreed goals

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