Essay about Xerox
First, as the administrative manager of parts and supply area. He started to be the leader of long-term experienced logistic guys with the usual confines action. Moreover, the Clendenin’s previous success cause that his team became reluctant to continue providing the information necessary to compliment his strategy. He had particular issue with Tom Gunner, who had been working with Xerox for 20 years. Clendenin had no authority and did not raise Gunner’s confidence because in Gunner’s eyes he had very little experience and knowledge.
Clendenin took an open and honest attitude for the obstacle above. He presented the awareness of the own …show more content…
Third obstacle he was able to managed by the building trust and managing the conflict. He used psychological skills but nobody felt it was manipulative because it was genuine. The subordinates trusted him to do the right thing for MDC. He supported the idea the workplace should be conducive to helping employees achieve what they want; encouraged community activities as long as they were getting the job done. He took care of the employee’s life balance (he organized the golf for all team members) . He was creating MDC climate treats seniors same as juniors and everyone understands this, develop team by overlapping job responsibilities so bonding occurs. He used clear structural feedback (verbal warning, “green note” and “dragon paper”). He preferred coach than dictator managing style. He developed MDC culture, he created