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George Barker is the CEO of the family-owned company Barker Design and Development. He is currently facing several problems especially with regard to the poor job-performance of his brother Peter, the vice president of design of the company.
Due to Peter’s poor performance in form of slowing down the decision process, and his interference in important projects even with scant knowledge, the company is endangered by a chain of potential damages.
The key to retard the occurence of the damages is to analyse the different aspects why the company is in this adversely position. First, the lack of clarity due to a structural uncertainty of the company with regard to the future is imposing potential fear to the employees. Second, the lack of motivation through the external pressure by Peter’s parents and the abscence of promition challenges might contribute to Peter’s poor-performance. Other factors are Peter’s lack of experience in other jobs and his potential mismatch with the job requirements through the lack of an ordinary application process. Another potential reason for his performance is his dissatisfaction with his job due to the lack of recognition he gets. Furthermore, the lack of communicating objective evaluation and feedback might contribute even more to his poor performance since Peter potentially has not recognised his mistakes. The consequences of Peter’s actions are worsening the company’s reputation among architects, colleagues, current clients, and new clients.
George is facing the decision how to resolve the issues with Peter. He has to consider his decision on the basis of treating his brother fair in order to not undermine his own position as a CEO among his subordinates.
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