An English-language PDF of this Brief Case in an academic course pack will allow the students with the opportunity to buy an audio form as well. Applied Research Technologies, Inc. (ART) is a varied technology firm which has made use of its innovative and inventive culture and reinforcement of novelty as a continued competitive edge. The case focuses on the struggles of Peter Vyas, the Filtration Unit supervisor, who needed to determine if to appeal for $2 million in project financing from the unit’s vice president, Cynthia Jackson. Comparable Filtration projects have been futile twice prior to this, harming the standing of the Filtration Unit and Vyasindividually. Jackson has presently been given the task to rejuvenate completely or close operations. Students are required to decide on a plan from the pointof view of both: a unit supervisor as well as a unit’s VP. This two-wayemphasis makes room for a chance to evaluate the managerial decision procedure at variouspositions within the company. Topics include empowerment, project management, and managing innovation.Global Business, Organizational Behavior, Teams, Corporate Culture, Entrepreneurship, Delegation, Corporate Strategy, and Diversified Technology
1. Determine the leadership style that Peter Vyas exhibited as he considered the group’s proposal and provide examples of his behavior.
2. What leadership style did Vyas’ boss, Cynthia Jackson, exhibit as she considered the proposal?
3. Typify your leadership style and indicate how you would let your team know your response to this proposal.
4. Describe one (1) of your bosses who exhibited the same types of behaviors as Cynthia Jackson and explain how effective that leadership style fit the project.