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In a bad news message to subordinates, why is it a good idea to ask readers to suggest solutions to the problem?
So you will have someone to share the blame with if you are unable to solve the problem
So your subordinates will not blame you for the problem
To stall for time, so you can think of a solution on your own
Because workers who help make a decision are more likely to accept the consequences

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asked by helen
  1. I wouldnt't go with any of them, but since I have to choose one I would go with C. Just because I don't think anyone would want to get in trouble for any message.

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    posted by helen
  2. There's one obvious right answer. What do YOU think it is?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. I disagree. C is not the best answer.

    Don't you think that workers deserve a voice in decisions?

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. Since C is not the best answer the only one that I can see workers voicing their opinion would be D.

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    posted by helen
  5. D is the best choice, in my opinion.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  6. Thank you for your help!

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    posted by helen
  7. You're welcome.

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