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Case Studies on Power and Politics Case

Case Studies on Power and Politics Case

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Mr Kabir was working I a Administration Department as officer Administration. Hewas responsible for keeping account of all the Vehicles of the company apart fromother arrangements including the guesthouse of the company. Mr Kabir has beenworking in the company for 6 years in the same grade without promotions. He wassupposed to be very honest in his job.Once the GM of the factory Mr Rakesh Gupta , requested for the company car duringoffice time for his personal work. Mr Kabir refused it saying that it can not be givenduring the office work as the work would suffer due to its duty to go to bank. MrGupta became quite upset and asked his boss MR srivastava to give the car.Mr Sk Srivasatava ( Sr Manager Admn ) was too happy to oblige Mr Gupta as hewanted one of his relatives to be employed as Officer. Hence he fired Mr Kabir for hisdisobedience and threatened to transfer him to stores if he continued to showdisrespect to Senior officersKabir was also active member of staff union. He immediately went to the UnionPresident and informed him about the misuse of the company car for private purposeby GM at the cost of the office work. It was decided that Kabir would send a notein writing to Mr Srivastava asking him to approve sending the car to the house of MrGupta . Mr Srivastava understood the repercussions and refused to sign the approval. He lent his own car to Mr Gupta .1. What power was being used by Kabir ?2. What power Mr Srivastave was using ?3. What was the game Kabir played when Srivatava ordered the car ?*******************************************************************************************************
 
MTZ Pistons LtdCase of Organizational politicsMTZ was manufacturer of pistons in Gurgaon . It was leading manufacture in theregion . It was supplying pistons to Maruti Ltd. Recently it was failing incommitments to Maruti due to low production.CEO Mr Dave asked Mr Ramesh Sharma ( Works Manager) the reason for lowproduction in his shop . Mr Sharma, immediately informed that it was due nonavailability of castings in the shop which affected the production.But the fact was there was enough stock in the shop floor. Mr Sharma was not happywith the Purchase Manager Mr Shafi as Purchase Manager has recently informed theCEO about huge wastage of material in the shop floor by the Machine shop. Thisresulted in works manager getting firing from CEO. Actually Mr Sharma sent back 500castings which were received day before yesterday to Stores department statingthat they need to be checked once again due to their hardness.Mr Dave rang up Purchase Manager and said that production is stopped due toshortage of castings. Shafi informed about the recent lot of 500 castings which cameday before yesterday . Pat came the reply of CEO that he should come to shopfloor and see what is happening rather than enjoying comfort in the office .**********************************************************************************************************MTZ Pistons LtdIn the same company a supervisor named Saraswat was known to be close to WorksManager as he was from the same Village . They used to frequent each others house.At the annual appraisals , the boss of supervisor did not recommend him for promotionas Saraswat was not able to deliver results. Often Machine Shop could not supply theitems as Saraswat was not at all target conscious. In spite of his recommendation fornot promoting him, WM overruled the Supervisor saying that it was fault of Supervisorif the targets were not achieved. WM also fired him for putting responsibility on MrSaraswat while he should own the responsibility for the act.***********************************************************************************************************

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