Roberts 11; he seems to be a hardworking individual. His first impression to his boss earns him a promotional job offer that lands him as the head of the project. Robert does not question too much, but uses tools of analysis to ascertain for his assumption. The entry and absorption of Tim Rankle into the firm raises his eyebrows; he is uncertain of the objectives of Tim. Despite his senior role in the firm, Tim is proofing to be a threat to his position. At the senior executive meeting, Roberts finds himself on the knockout; Tim dominates the most part of the conversation, and he later exits the firm due to the challenge from Tim.
Dr. Ti Rankle; he is a new entrant to the firm; his entry causes plenty of shivers and questioning from the boss (Roberts). His first day on the job impression creates room for doubt by Roberts; he extends his time in the labs more than it is expected from a person like him. Dr. Tim art of questioning the entire project causes tantrums to the project manager. The senior executives admire his way of analysis during the meeting. His genius nature causes Roberts to quit from the firm.
Kim; he is the senior most manager of this firm. He believes in nature of competence and excellence. He grants Roberts as a senior project manager after proofing some excellence. Kim is a good time manager; he gets pissed when Rankle delays passing through his office. The firm achieves its success through Kim’s competence.
During my first year in campus, there used to be this person known as; Carter. This person was simple and used to keep his words. He did not participate in selfless debates and looked serious at all times. Little did I know that the person was the reigning national mathematics champion? From the substantive information, I got, carter loved spending most of his time studying, and this explained totally, as to why he held the position of being a champion. This thought me a lesson that do not judge a book by its cover, and I should not belittle me.
Gerry Yemen & Lynn. A. Isabella ‘Knowlton Roberts 11(A)’ Darden Business Publishing. Virginia; 1-12. 2011. Print.