Watch How to Negotiate Better—Project Management Training (Links to an external site.).
Review the Project Management Case Study—Logistics Service Improvement Project PDF.
This week, as the project manager for International Logistics Services, you are starting to form the project
team. An employee who works on the loading dock recently earned the Project Management Institute’s
Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) designation. The employee wants to join your project team.
However, the loading dock supervisor has not approved this assignment. The loading dock supervisor
indicated that resources on the loading dock are already constrained and has expressed a lack of support to
change the way warehouse is run.
Develop a negotiation strategy to obtain the loading dock supervisor’s cooperation with your project and
specifically to assign the employee to the project team.
when she hit her even though Gatsby told her to. As well, through Daisy’s accident Gatsby takes the blame leading to his death as well. In addition, almost at the end of the novel when Tom figures about Myrtle’s death he places the blame on Gatsby and makes Daisy seen like the innocent being who would do nothing wrong. Also, she betrays Gatsby by leaving him alone against Tom’s and Wilson’s anger. Lastly, even at Gatsby’s funeral Daisy does not show up since she says that she went on a trip with Tom. Overall, Daisy is responsible for two deaths that should have not happened. 20. Daisy was never worthy of Gatsby. For instance, before Gatsby’s death Daisy never messaged back leaving Gatsby hopelessly alone. Even after his death she did not attend the funeral, since she left on a trip with Tom; ensuring that she didn’t really care about Gatsby. In addition by not attending his funeral Daisy’s shows how she is a selfish person that only cares on the power of a person instead of what they re truly made of. Also, she only cared of being financially stable since Tom always had money and Gatsby did not when they first met. Overall, Daisy is not worthy of Gatsby since she only cares about herself, and allows Gatsby to be blamed for Myrtle’s death even though she committed the deed. 21. Gatsby was never romantic with Daisy, but rather he was obsessed with her. For example, Gatsby purposely bought his mansion across the lake from Daisy’s house, in order to be close to her. This is a prime example of why he was obsessed with her because instead of informing her that he got a house in which she could visit, he puts his mansions across of her’s in order to see any of her movements. In addition, Gatsby every night threw parties inviting everyone in order to get Daisy to arrive to one. Gatsby reveals how desperate he was in order to get her attention. Instead of just inviting her to a small party, he purposely threw huge parties to grasp her attention on how rich he has become. Overall, Gatsby was never romantic with her since his only goal was to win her over from Tom. 22. Gatsby is admired in American literature since he is a figure/incarnation of op>GET ANSWER