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Introduction to Management Individual Case Study

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BUSM 4176 Case Study about "Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace"

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Employment Business Employee relations Economy Human resource management Workplace Employee morale Motivation Employee retention Amazon.com Jeff Bezos
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Employment Business Employee relations Economy Human resource management Workplace Employee morale Motivation Employee retention Amazon.com Jeff Bezos
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This growth has created a bigger competition for businesses, pushing them for a total quality management to improve productivity, provide high quality products and services and satisfy their customers (Kiran 2016). By applying the heroic approach, strategies and goals are passed down from the top managers to the lower managers and team members for them to follow and to achieve (Mintzberg 2005). For some, it results in a Pygmalion effect where employees behave the way their employers expect them to be (Colman 2008). They take it as a challenge that brings out the best in them; however, it can never be the same case for everybody. Higher demand of high quality performance will mean a more enduring work for the empl...
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