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First, Mr. Field tried to impose a radical change on the operation of the business without notifying to the vice presidents of each division. During long time, the production vice president and the music vice president have worked in an independent basis and during this time they get used to it. So, when they get Mr. Durkey’s memo they probably thought that now the authority that they used to have was been restricted without any reason. Also, they could feel offended by the sudden show of distrust of Mr. Field. After all, they had been working for long time for the company without having major problems. In the same way the new advertising vice president was aware of this independent way of operation within the company. Thus, he also must felt professionally underestimated. In addition, the two major clients of the company made the mistake of going over his head which cause an immense indignation on him. In the same way Mr. Field made the mistake of exposing the advertising problems in front of the other two divisions without knowing the magnitude of the problem. All these complications contribute to the gloomy atmosphere of the meeting.
Next, characteristics like the setting of the meeting and the personality of the employees also contribute to the development of the problem.
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Finally, in order to avoid this kind of circumstances Mr. Field should completely change his way of approaching to the problem and his new way of operation. First, he should analyze the problem whit the help of the vice president of advertising in a private meeting. Next, he would be able to see which the most favorable ways of solving the problem. If the problem would require his participation and the collaboration of the other vice presidents, then he would raise the problem to them. However, it is very important the way in which he would raise this new change of operation in the company. Mr. Field should first unfreeze the change by telling them why is necessary the change, how would help to each division and to the entire company. Then, he would explain the new way of operation and the effects that this would have on each division. Finally, he would refreeze the new kind of supervision on the company by emphasizing the benefits of the new supervision method. Therefore, Mr. Fields needs to reinstate the confidence within his company.