MBA Organizational Behavior course, business and finance homework help

Here is the type of question you will see (note that this is from my MBA Organizational Behavior course):

“We made the distinct point in class that rewards and incentive systems are needed to combat the “Paradox of Voting” (i.e. when individuals make resource allocation and political decisions based on their own interests, without consideration of the collective good of the organization). And, as chapter 5 of the Organizational Behavior textbook explains, rewards and incentive systems must help give individuals the motivation to consider the organization’s interests. Evaluate the reward system at Ditto as described on pages 4-5 with respect to how this system, as organized, is likely to combat the paradox of voting at Ditto. How is this reward system likely and/or unlikely to motivate employees to consider the best interests of Ditto when making difficult decisions and when facing uncertainty? What recommendations would you make to alter or enhance this reward system to better serve the purpose of motivating employees to behave in the best interests of Ditto?”

Your question will ask you to apply one or more of the concepts from lecture and one of more of the concepts from the readings (listed below)

Content from Lecture

. Managers and Context (the content on roles, resources, time pressure, etc. related to the employee theft study example)

. . Managing Corporate Social Responsibility (Friedman vs. Wood)

. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR 3) – Forming Stakeholder Partnerships to Create “Shared Value”

Content From the Readings

Trevino & Nelson – Chapters 1, 2 & 8 (4th edition) or Trevino & Nelson (5th edition) – Chapters 1, 9 & 10

Handout on Corporate Social Performance

Handout – Milton Friedman “The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits)