Published on September 22, 2014
Instructional Procedures Directions: Open Microsoft Word or Google Docs. Read the scenario below. Respond to the questions below in paragraph format. You are required to have a minimum of 6 complete sentences. Type your response in 14 font and use the manuscript Times New Roman . Make sure the scenario and question are placed on your document first and then your response. Save your assignment lastnameCaseStudy. (example: HortonCaseStudy) Case Study 1. You're a corporate executive with a manufacturing firm, who's faced with a choice after becoming manager. Yearly a producer of one of a television series shoots a segment on the company’s lot. Every year, the management allowed the crew to do the filming fr ee of charge. And every year the former manager had given time in order to assist the crew. This year you did the same. At the end, the producer comes up to you, thanking for the help. He asks how the check for $500 should be made out. Surprised, you reply it should be made out to the corporation. Surprised in turn, the producer says, "In the past we've always made it out to the old manager. Shouldn't we make it out to you?" The corporation, which had no expenses and no losses because of the shoot, didn't ask for or expected payment. You gave up an entire weekend day. Whose money is this? Is this a payment to the corporation or a contribution for his service? If you don't turn over the check, would that lead to questions about what happened to last year's money? Or might such an investigation lead to the discovery that this incident was part of a dishonest thing that the old manager did? What actions would you take? What would you suggest?