MGI is a small entity led by three unique individuals two of which are considered accomplished composers. The third person is relied upon by the other two for his business savvy. As the case unfolds, here is what we learn: Igor and Roman are known as accomplished musicians and composers; Sasha is a college graduate with business acumen and finance skills.
It's all about the humans. MGI is a small entity led by three unique individuals two of which are considered accomplished composers. The third person is relied upon by the other two for his business savvy.
As the case unfolds, here is what we learn: Igor and Roman are known as accomplished musicians and composers; Sasha is a college graduate with business acumen and finance skills.
This presents a conflict. They believe the problem was that Sasha did not focus on sales, but rather production and fund raising efforts. For Sasha they do not have the skill set to properly market their product. For example, he views Igor as someone who possesses great charisma, but is incapable of articulating anything to do with the business.
Henry is an MBA candidate with professional experience in the investment field; Dana is also an MBA candidate with professional experience in the banking; Dav who joins the team later is an MIT graduate student with experience in software development and music. They see themselves as developing a business plan.
However, Igor is looking for a vision and strategy, while Sasha looks to the students as salespeople who can cold call on alumni for financial support. The conflict is noticed by Henry and Igor, and Igor steps in to resolve the issue.
His name is Alex and he is a music student and is invited to join the team by Igor and Sasha. From a management and leadership perspective Alex believes MGI lacks organization. Roman believes Dana takes a very broad view of things, that Sasha also views Dana this way, and that Dana believes Sasha simply as a salesperson.
Dana believes the group focuses too much time on brainstorming. Alex views Sasha as aggressive and strong-willed. Dana will present an idea knowing Sasha will disagree.
Then, Henry will propose an alternative that Henry and Dana really want. Dav is an MIT student with software development skills.
Dav also reviews the software program and believes it is excellent and more suited as a game than educational tool. He feels comfortable with the core leadership because he is not aggressive in a group setting.
The presentation impresses Igor and Roman. Sasha expresses frustration as he feels he is being alienated by the group.Global Diversity and Affirmative Action.
STUDY. In Henry Tam and MGI Team's case, which set of people had the most conflict? Organizational Behavior Chapter 2. 56 terms. Organizational Behavior Chapter 2 PowerPoint Slides.
Managing Diversity. 52 terms (MGMT) Chapter 9: Managing Diversity and Inclusion. OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR. View Notes - organizational behavior project from MKT at Seoul National.
Group project Case of Henry Tam and the MGI team Introduction MGI team Group of seven people three co-founders (Igor. Henry Tam/MGI Case - Syllabus PPT Presentation Summary: Henry Tam/MGI Case Case overview The MGI case investigates a team that is comprised of members who are involved in order to participate in a school contest and.
Henry TAM vs. MGI MGI Team Process Roman stated, “maybe we are not easy to work with.” There were already conflicts between the three founders, but they had formed a close-knit group. In doing your case analysis: Refer to the handout a “Guide To Case Analysis” Hand in one case analysis for your group with a title page including the case name, title page, and names of the group members.
Henry Tam and MGI Team Learning Objectives Launching a team Managing Diverse members Diagnosing team processes Intervening to improve a dysfunctional team Evaluating team.