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Besides, one of Goulden's initial comments was h o w pleased he was with Olafs work experience — that it represented the kind o f "hands o n " exposure the company needed in this j o b . With these thoughts in mind, Olaf telephoned Marshall Goulden the next day. T o his surprise, Goulden did not seem to avoid his call. Olaf began the conversation. "Marshall, this is Olaf Scher. I was somewhat disappointed b y your letter o f rejection. S o m e h o w it doesn't satisfy me. " " M y concern is not so much that I didn't get the j o b , " said Olaf.
Case 5 Creativity Requires the Right Atmosphere "Mr. Farnsworth, tell me about the size o f your business," said Honey Levine, business reporter for a nationally circulated trade magazine. " " M y latest estimate is that our total annual sales volume is at the rate o f $890 million. That's approaching $1 billion, and the figure improves every day. We are a worldwide operation, with outlets throughout the non-communist world. But we are concentrated in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe.
My work assignments were very challenging; I loved my j o b and the people I worked with. My j o b assignments gave me ample opportunity for travel, a rarity for an engineer. My future with my present company looked very promising. Despite all these pluses there wasn't much chance of promotion to a managerial position, though the pay was substantial and my j o b security was solid. The logical next step was to see what Baton Rouge Enterprises had to offer. In the back o f my mind, I felt that they would reject what I would require to leave my present j o b .
Casebook of Organizational Behavior by Andrew J. Dubrin (Auth.)