Marketing Manager is assigned in its subdivision, the Finance Manager in its department, Assistant Manager and its department and finally, the HR Manager in its department.
The Exeter has a new manager, he wants to have full control on every aspect of the company, He wants to have a major revamped on what requires renewing in the organization but it also has a great impact to the whole company and its operation (Fowler, 2005). A major change is the right phrase here, and change is not as simple as it is perceived and not a slice of cake. When a company is undergoing change, different aspects of the organization are turned around and things are not done like before.
Having power absolutely gives complete control. The relationships between the superior and the employees come into the picture. At the same time, getting rid of company employees just to have full control of the company is unethical (Heene and Sanchex, 1997). Then, moral values come in. Getting rid of the Finance staff and the HR staff would result to chaos in the organization since there are people engaged in the decision that they might lose their job. The employees are working hard before the General Manager entered the company, this would create criticisms. The new General Manager would also like to focus on the conventional organizational structure that would limit free communication among the management and employees rather than motivating it.
Thus, in view of all the actions of the new managers need proper analysis and considerations especially regarding ethics and moral values in order to avoid company loss, creating a firm organization wherein employees can work freely, equally delegated work load, smooth operation and harmonious work relationship among employees.
2. Analysis - specifics as to how the situation was handled in terms of the structure, the associated technology, the moral and ethical principals.
In justice to everyone in the company, each of the employees and their tasks should be examined and investigated who among that are doing their job well. This would be hassle free for the new General Manager to identify who go and who stays (Mclagan, 2002). That way, there will be no chaos. This would be the time wherein the finance employees and the HR employees would merge to another department so they would not lose their job.
The new General Manager's plan to revamp the company structure is not a good idea since the new organizational structure avoids communication in a company because of its many departments. That is why she eliminated the HR and Finance department and subcontracted them to the other departments. It is important to understand the whole process, understanding and awareness is the possible sources of errors and constantly counteracts these inclinations by making a careful effort to make sure that everybody in the company will be happy (Prasad and Thorn, 1999). However, in the case of Exeter, employees are not happy of the change in the organization. Employees are losing their morale and might lose their job. On the part of the New General Manager his ethics and moral values are very questionable, getting rid of hard working employees in order to have the full control in