An organization that would have seen issues, past and present and because of such, Shapp would feel the need to seek the services of Peter Sneed.
After analyzing what he felt to be the issues within his own company and considering the potential benefit of utilizing the services of Peter Sneed, he would seek to consult with another member of his company and initiate the discussion as the prospect of integrating the services of Mr. Sneed, with the inner structure of the company. As Julie Phillips, the co-worker in question of Shapp’s, would seek to become involved with the overall discussion, she would be seeking to do so, so that any difference in opinion could be addressed and that if integration were to in fact occur, the best possible outcome would be achieved. With the issues that would have come about in the past, her concerns would not be without merit.
Out of all of the styles that are possible in terms of the OD system, the most likely candidate that Sneed should take on, would be the style involving interviewing those he would come in contact that would have to do with this new proposed task. It would enable him to have the opportunity to gather as much information as possible from the available stakeholders and in doing so, would be able to come with the best possible picture, as to where to begin in terms of aiding those involved with the company and the organization itself. With everything that is known about Peter Sneed, this situation alluded to that would involve Henry Shapp and his organization, would be something that Sneed should take on.
He would have the necessary background from his previous experiences, to work with Julie Phillips and Mr. Shapp, as well as their other co-workers, with the shared goal of seeking the best possible outcome for the company and its workers. One of the first actions taken, in terms of strategy, should be the approach and engagement of all