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Is this a conflict? by yauhui on 07-16-2007
Your team member, John and Lacey are struggling with their decision on the portfolio management for a valued old-time client. John is an experienced fund manager who has worked through the rank over the last 20 years, whereas Lacey is a new graduate from Wharton. Lacey describes to John her decision on securities, which she finds compelling.
Doesnít this make sense to you?
I agree with you to an extent, but I think youíve overlooked two critical piece of information regarding company X and Y. Did you see the quarterly report from the folks over in our parent company that warned about the potential weakness of these companiesí latest product cycle for their subsidiary ventures?
Yes I read the report, but I believe the risks are greatly off-set by their performance in their key market segments.
Lacey and John argue back and forth, each one adding new information to substantiate his or her position. Each one considers the otherís perspective, but they continue to view the situation differently. Is this a conflict?
Are we having a conflict?
Are we having a conflict?
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