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  1. ABB and Galindo: Winning the Peace (A) RH1-148-A-I

    The complexity of restructuring of large companies can hardly ever be ignored. ABB & Galindo brings up the dilemma of Esther, Human Resources director at the factory, when she is faced with the transition of a factory into a service center. This meant either relocating, retraining or letting go most if not all of the current workers, with the additional complication that even after the official announcement the factory still had to run for another 18 months. This case also has a part B.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources | Negotiation
  2. ABB y Galindo: Ganando la Paz (B) RH1-148-B

    Part B of this case goes beyond the organizational problems of the restructuring described in part A, and addresses the personal situation, commitment and management of the emotions during the mentioned process. This part goes into details of how Esther decided to go above and beyond in many aspects to help resolve the personal situation of workers and managers alike with the best of all of their abilities.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources | Negotiation
  3. ABB y Galindo: Ganando la Paz (A) RH1-148-A

    The complexity of restructuring of large companies can hardly ever be ignored. ABB & Galindo brings up the dilemma of Esther, Human Resources director at the factory, when she is faced with the transition of a factory into a service center. This meant either relocating, retraining or letting go most if not all of the current workers, with the additional complication that even after the official announcement the factory still had to run for another 18 months. This case also has a part B.

    Academic Area:
    Human Resources | Negotiation
  4. The High-Performance Team Project (A) CO1-266-A-I

    Albert Damon, new Managing Director of the Corporate Banking Division in an International Office of an important bank in London was very much convinced of the need of turning around the whole division dynamic if they were to have a minimum chance of getting the more than ambitious objectives for next year. He needed to do something soon, something relevant that would send a clear message of change to his team and to the rest of the organization. He wanted to turn a group of people into a High Performance Team (HPT). He had clear in his mind the kind of organization that he wished, the problem was how to get it.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  5. EL PROYECTO DEL EQUIPO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO (A) CO1-266-A

    Albert Damon, new Managing Director of the Corporate Banking Division in an International Office of an important bank in London was very much convinced of the need of turning around the whole division dynamic if they were to have a minimum chance of getting the more than ambitious objectives for next year. He needed to do something soon, something relevant that would send a clear message of change to his team and to the rest of the organization. He wanted to turn a group of people into a High Performance Team (HPT). He had clear in his mind the kind of organization that he wished, the problem was how to get it.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  6. The High-Performance Team Project (B) CO1-266-B-I

    Albert Damon, new Managing Director of the Corporate Banking Division in an International Office of an important bank in London was very much convinced of the need of turning around the whole division dynamic if they were to have a minimum chance of getting the more than ambitious objectives for next year. He needed to do something soon, something relevant that would send a clear message of change to his team and to the rest of the organization. He wanted to turn a group of people into a High Performance Team (HPT). He had clear in his mind the kind of organization that he wished, the problem was how to get it.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  7. EL PROYECTO DEL EQUIPO DE ALTO RENDIMIENTO (B) CO1-266-B

    Albert Damon, new Managing Director of the Corporate Banking Division in an International Office of an important bank in London was very much convinced of the need of turning around the whole division dynamic if they were to have a minimum chance of getting the more than ambitious objectives for next year. He needed to do something soon, something relevant that would send a clear message of change to his team and to the rest of the organization. He wanted to turn a group of people into a High Performance Team (HPT). He had clear in his mind the kind of organization that he wished, the problem was how to get it.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  8. Advanced Steel Designs (A) CO1-265-A-I

    Advanced Steel Designs (ASD) was a company providing supremely robust high-technology machines for material handling in forges, foundries, steelworks and garbage handling for energy conversion. The defective parts management was a particularly troublesome issue and could negatively impact production levels. The operators complained that they could not make the decision to accept or reject the pieces themselves and this ultimately entailed long delays, unpaid overtime, and failure to achieve the desired production levels and premiums. In this context, they decided to call for a one-day strike. In a last attempt to prevent the closure of the plant for one day, the factory director met with the representatives of the operators and they requested, as an initial condition for suspending the strike, to directly decide whether to accept or reject defective parts.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
  9. Advanced Steel Designs (C) CO1-265-C-I

    The factory director decided to give the operators another opportunity, trying the new arrangement for one week. A month later, the incidents of revision and replacement of defective parts were reduced by 90 percent and for the first time in a long period, projected levels of production were met and established premiums were earned. However, six months later, the factory director decided to return to the old system, due to the enormous pressure he was receiving from other areas of the company.

    Academic Area:
    Organisational Behaviour
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