looking at dunder mifflin Tv show as a serious company anad tryin to improve their structure

Subject: Business

To look at dunder mifflin as a serious company as restructuiring it some notes:To understand and asses and hope to improve organizational communication skill of Scranton Branch.
Public Relation:
Leadership style-
• Unorganized and butocratic.
• No superior leadership
• Low productivity level
The company’s “clearly dysfunctional” top-down management style is a major source of their negative organization communication skill.
Dunder Mifflin is also depicted as struggling to accommodate the demands of a diverse workforce
• Apart from his masterful salesmanship, Michael is almost inexplicably lacking in any skills, management or otherwise. Co-manager Jim Halpert once made a color graph of how Michael spends his time: 80% “distracting others,” 19% “procrastination,” and 1% “critical thinking”, and added that he inflated the “critical thinking” percentage so people could actually see it on the graph.

• His laid-back approach more often results in lower than expected workplace productivity, particularly when Michael places his personal interests as a priority over work (such as his birthday, someone else’s birthday, or his various seminars or spending a whole day trying to surprise the employees).

• To avoid being disciplined for his foolish actions, Michael often resorts to scapegoating employees to cover himself. Although his actions often lead to more problems for his employees, Michael believes that Scranton is “the cool, fun branch… like Animal House,” and is genuinely upset when the top salesman from the Utica office trashes Scranton in a phone call by saying it’s “worse than Camden”.

• Although his position as Regional Manager gives him broad decision-making authority on branch operations, he often places those responsibilities secondary to his desire to be friends with his employees. On the other hand, he also oversteps his authority by hosting events that Corporate disapproves of, such as The Dundies and a booze cruise.

• Michael tends to overestimate his importance to his employees, and, despite constantly offending some of them, has a close bond with them. Most of the employees have been the focus of Michael’s jokes at one point or another, usually in reference to their race, sex, size, attractiveness, or sexual orientation

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