MANG-564 LU Two or Three Birds with One Stone

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The seven types of obstacles explained in Chapter 13 are not always discrete. They may well overlap in real-life settings as in the following Venn diagram:

STEP 1: Create a Venn Diagram

  • Identify a real or hypothetical situation involving two or more obstacles to goal accomplishment. Draw these as overlapping circles, like the Venn Diagram above.
  • For each obstacle, identify the (suspected or known) reason or cause of the obstacle, per the example. List these below the obstacle in the Venn Diagram.

STEP 2: Analyze your identified obstacles

  • Your analysis should be at least 1 page, double-spaced, 1 inch margins
  • It should cover the following:
    • Briefly describe the situation and the obstacles displayed in the Venn Diagram
    • Explain how how the obstacles combine and interact (i.e., the overlapping parts of the circles)
    • What opportunities are there in the overlapping areas to alleviate or remove two obstacles at the same time?
      • In the example, offering a PT employee the chance for additional training, for which he would be paid extra, could address both the low motivation obstacle and the lack of challenge obstacle.

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