Case Studies in Human Relations by Kenneth V. Porter

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Thus personality clashes could be detected early and appropriate action could be taken. Was Tharpe aware of his responsibilities as a trainer? Should he ever have been cast in this role? (ii) Was the situation handled correctly? Tharpe had to be supported as supervisor. Page could not allow his authority to be undermined. At the same time he should consider whether any other trainees should be placed under Tharpe's supervision, or whether Tharpe could be made more effective as a trainer. 4. THE CHANGE IN GRADUATE ATTITUDES (i) Why should graduate attitudes have changed?

3. The Deck 0 fficer As Deck Officer, Derwent is responsible for the welfare of the crew under his command. Comment on his effectiveness as an officer. 4┬Ě The Chief Officer (i) Knowing the background of Briggs, the Shipboard Liaison Representative, what reactions might Peters expect from him in dealing with this case? (ii) What action should the Chief Officer now take? 53 6 The Merger PERSONNEL ALAN COWSLEY TREVOR KNIGHT BERNARD TRACEY Personnel Officer, Alpha Plastics ]oint Managing Director, Alpha Plastics ]oint Managing DireCtor, and Chairman of Alpha Board of Directors CASE STUDY Alpha Plastics, situated near Manchester, was founded in the immediate post-war years by two young industrial chemists, Trevor Knight and Bernard Tracey.

TRAINEES AND MANAGEMENT (i) Comment on the complaints made about managers and supervisors. Complaints of being treated like schoolboys $Uggest that some supervisors and managers should not have been selected as trainers, or that they were not properly instructed in their role of trainer. (ii) Why do you thirik the 'timing incid~ occurred? (a) There was a failure by the manager to anticipate possible reaction to his instructions and to adapt his approach accordingly. (b) The approach might stem from his Army days when he was dealing with other ranks.

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