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Ans: The causes of fear in RBM are all about his fear psychos about war. He used to think that if there is a war then people would be loaded with sufferings at world effect the economy of the country , Sufferings people injury and they might also become orphans, women would become widow and the humanity would suffer. Q:2. What were the symptoms of fear displayed by RBM? Ans: The Symptoms of fear displayed by RBM are as follows: a. He looked pale and worried. b. He was less talkative , Less lively and his interaction with others persons decreased c. He had developed constipation and used to ate very little. d. He felt tired after walking even a few hundred yards. Q 3. How did the RMO come to know of the war phobia of RBM? Ans: After RBM was send to regimental medical officer (RMO), The RMO inspected him and gave some medicines , with inspecting RBM the RMO found that RBM is scared of the prospects of war. RBM disclosed during medically examination about the bad effect of a war on environment economy, cost etc, He started that people would be loaded with sufferings, Killed injured, maimed and would become homeless, the children would become orphan, women become widows and the humanity would suffer and he Vehemently advised RMO to make all attempt to stop war and if he could at least oppose. By all this disclosure made by RBM and RMO can to know about RMO‟S war phobia.
Q.4. What actions should be taken to avoid building up of fear among the troops? Which of these steps were taken by the officer? Ans: The actions to be taken to avoid build up fear among the troops are as follows: a. To organize small cadre for all ranks to apprise them of the organization of all arms and services in the army. b. Starting from the level of a sub-unit. c. They should be explained about the tactics in the battle fields d. The deployment patterns of different arms.
e. The pattern and modes of support by the air force. f. The Capability of weapons held by them. g. They should be explained about the reasons from which they were here h. They should be told about the strength of their army the medical case. i. The benefits and consumption to families is of death. 4b .Which of these steps were taken by the officer? a. They were also explained the cause for which they were there. b. The participants were also told about the strength of their Army and deployment in that area, of course, within the constraints of security requirements. c. They were also told that none of them would remain alone even during the war and that their sub-unit and the unit would always fight together. d. They would always have their weapons and ammunitions with them, which they were very good at firing.
e. The process of medical care, the claim of evacuation in case of serious injuries and the enhanced benefits and compensation to families in case of death of a soldier, then announced by the government, were also communicated to them. f. The reliability of India's friends on the international scene was also intimated. The tactics, capabilities of aircrafts and weapons, and reliability of Pakistan's friends were also brought out. g. The disadvantages and difficulties of supply to the then East Pakistan were explained to the participants.
h. The geographical location of East Pakistan in relation to our country was also described.
Case 2 Q.1. Discuss merits/demerits of the role of strike, agitation and legal approach in union¬management relations. 1} The principal engagement of Union with management is though their actio ns like lobbying, politics, and the community which extends to strike, agitation and legal approach. Strikes first became important during the industrial revolution, when mass labor became important in
factories and mines while legal approach is the latest trend which is picking up at faster pace. Here are some merits of actions of role of strike, agitation and legal approach on union management relations: 1. One of the positive effects can be increase in productivity as apart from lower quit rates, existence of union (thus, strike, agitation and legal approach) ensures better management accountability. 2. Unions can improve efficiency by putting pressure on management to tighten job production standards and accountability in order to preserve profits in the face of higher wages 3. The strike could lead to immediate realization of demands of the laborers a s when the strike begins, the owner primary focus is to discuss and settle those demands. 4. Management strategy to improve organization performance such as creating „learning organizations‟ found genuine union involvement crucial to achieving outcomes. The existence of strong independent representation of employee interests‟ reduced mistrust and skepticism that could otherwise undermine management strategy be sides owning the advantages, the labor strike also has disadvantage: 1. Unions appear to insist on promotion-from-within and the related use of internal posting-andbidding. This, in turn, causes management to limit its channel s of external recruiting 2. The company will incur losses because the company cannot produce its goods during the period of strike 3. Strikes, agitation or legal approach can be fatal to union management
2.What role does mutual trust play in building union-management relations? 2) Mutual trust plays a vital role in the growth of organization as well individuals. It can be explained with the following points: Regulation of production: - to regulate the production by minimizing industrial conflicts through state control. Raising Productivity: - to raise productivity to a higher level in an era of full employment by lessening the tendency of high turnover and frequent absenteeism. Enhancing Economic Status: - To enhance the economic status of the worker by improving wages, benefits and by helping the worker in evolving sound budget. Avoidance of conflict: - to avoid industrial conflict and develop harmonious relations which is an essential factor in the productivity of workers and the industrial progress of the company. Good Management Relations: - to promote and develop congenial labour management relations. Improvement in Workers Strength: - to improve workers strength with a view to solve their problems through
mutual negotiations and consultation with the management. Encouragement: - to encourage and develop trade unions in order to improve the workers strength. Industrial Democracy: - to extend and maintain industrial democracy. Case 4 Q.1. What environmental factors influenced management style at Disney? Answer: The company being in the Entertainment Sector Huge size of the company Disney's Reputation Multi-continental nature of employee‟s Diasporas Out-of-the Box Thinking
Q.2 what kind(s) of organizational structure seem to be consistent with "Dream as a Team"? Answer: Decentralized Organization Liberated approach towards employee involvement Importance given to individual contribution throughout the company hierarchy Motivation given to natural inclinations of every employee faculties oriented towards the growth of company. Empowerment of Senior managers and inculcation of an appreciation system in recognition of efforts
Q.3 How and where might the informal organization be a real asset at Disney? Answer: Reduction of stressful relationship dynamics amongst different levels of management Conduct of employees within these groups Identifying key behavioral rules Smoothening of implementation stage concerning social relations of the company
Case 5 Q.1 How were principles of delegation and decentralization incorporated into Cine – Made operations? Answer :a. The employee participation was made an integral part of the company's management practices. b. Establishing Participative Management c. Centralized hiring process which was independent in itself and managed by designated managers.
Q.2 What are the sources and uses of power at Cin – Made? Answer : Collaboration, Innovation, Participative management Empowerment through delegation and decentralization Deriving more output through employees' sense of ownership for their actions Improving flexibility of the companies' employees. Giving a free hand to their imagination rather than reining it in.
Q.3.What were some of the barriers to delegation and empowerment at Cin –Made? Answer : Our perceptions about work and the way we are part of it need to change. These are the lessons in management that can be learnt from the Cin-Made experience. a. Transparent management policies are the call of the day b. Managers must lead by example rather than simply lecturing and ordering the employees. c. Any status quo achieved or stagnation point reached by way of policies being in place for long term must be challenged and remedied with cautious efforts; that to while taking care of sentimentalities and emotional attachments of old employees of company – all leading to change for the better. 4.What lessons about management in a rapidly changing marketplace can be learned from the experience of Cin – Made?
a. Employee empowerment is one part of the answer. Profit sharing is another b. A collaborative employee-management relationship “Employee participation will play an essential role in management.” c. participative management is the best management d. Managers should share more information with employees. e. Coaching
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