Pwc Case Study

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Aileen Sullivan Case 1: Learning in Practice 1. I believe there were several factors that motivated PWC to develop the Ulysses program. The first factor is the ability to understand the mission and vision of the company. By not having a strong mission and vision for the company participants and leaders within the company may lose direction of the goals that they want to acquire. PWC had to evaluate their current vision and create a new vision of the firm’s values. The second factor is identifying and training the company’s upcoming leaders who can find unconventional answers to intractable problems. This will help the company to set them apart from their competitors by the knowledge that is obtained from sending upcoming leaders to the places of actual work being done. The cost associated with the training is reasonably low and will give the upcoming leaders a competitive advantage from acquiring social-responsibilities. 2. I do think that they contribute to the business strategy and goals. Because they are creating a personal discovery for a handful of PWC partners. The have helped PWC to create a new vision of the firm’s values. They helped to obtain the companies goals by overcoming barriers and forging a connection with clients the world over. 3. The first things they can do are conducting a SWOT analysis at the beginning of the process and then conduct one after the implementation to the changes. This will help to recognize any gains or loses based on the previous analysis conducted. They can also provide metrics based on employee retention, engagement, customer service, productivity, and quality. Also including communication and social cultural knowledge. How are the upcoming leaders performing and overall feeling due to the new changes and implementation? 4. The advantage of the program is to give the upcoming leaders the

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