Caso Gore

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W. L. Gore and Associates

CONTENTS

1. What are the distinctive features of W.L Gore’s organization and management? On which principles is it based?

2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of W.L. Gore’s approach to organization and management of the company?

3. To what extent is the W.L. Gore approach to organization and management transferrable to other companies? And, if it is, to what types of company?

4. Would you like to work for a company with this managerial organization? If you were the CEO, would you implement such a system?

Conclusion

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1. What are the distinctive features of W.L Gore’s organization and management? On which principles is it based?

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It is a bit difficult to change of this aspect in a company that is already working, because the employees, the leaders and all the company have another point of view, and another kind of doing the things. But we think that if a company joins all his power in one direction can get to be similar to this kind of management. But we think that it is less difficult to become more similar to this organization if the company is starting his activity.

A company that can succeed in this management can be a company that has more freedom in the management, and the people of the company are open to changes.

4. Would you like to work for a company with this managerial organization? If you were the CEO, would you implement such a system?

The free organizational structure in which Gore & Associates are setup, choosing as well as informing new hires is that their lack of hierarchy structure may take some time to adapt. Gore must execute awareness. Because of this process, it is important to hire and employ employee’s that may respond better with certain personality traits.

For instance, introverted employees are more reserved, less outgoing, and less sociable. They tend to be individuals and are less spontaneous and more passive in social situations. They often take pleasure in solitary activities such as reading, writing, watching movies, and using computers. They enjoy time spent alone and find

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