Catmon, City of Malolos, Bulacan
College of Hospitality Management
(Case Study on Organizational Behavior)
Guevara, Marie Christine S.
Dr. Erick Sigua
Chapter 1: An Overview of Organizational Behavior
Statement of the Problem
How will Tony Stark deal and cope with the new environment in the Reece Company?
In my own opinion, since Tony is new in the company, feeling of indifference and resentment from other co-workers is inevitable. He already accepted Reece’s offer, so there’s no turning back now. Second thoughts won’t really help him with his situation. There really is a big difference with O’Grady’s and …show more content…
2. Since Tony came from a company very different to the one he’s now in, he should learn to cope and adapt to his new environment. He should make an effort to learn how things are run in the new company in order to become familiarized and will be able to manage himself well. Also, he needs to network with others within the company. This may allow him to assist in areas of the company which and enabling him to earn recognition from your colleagues and other managerial figures. This will make your positive contributions to the company more apparent, and may cause people to question your supervisor if he fails to discuss your work in a positive light. Although this may be a difficult task to accomplish because of the behavior that his colleagues are exhibiting towards him. They seem to be indifferent and very apathetic. This may pose a challenge to Tony as to how he’ll be able to make this kind of environment work for him. Adapting and easing in to the company may take awhile due to such circumstances. 3. I wouldn’t really say that a person can find a very ideal workplace, but one can make the place you work ideal through risk and reward strategies, as well as figuring out how to apply your skills and passions to the field that you're in. It's the whole "love the one you're with" scenario. But it is definitely possible. Also, if the workplace isn’t working out for you, don’t go rushing out the