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In Apprentice Trading Places the various techniques of OB jargons and techniques were used In the episode members of each team were first shuffled making the leaders of both Versacorp and Protg pick their own members One team starts off creating womens apparel to sell at the flea market while the other had a divide and conquer strategy involving buying multiple items to appeal to multiple types of people If I had been involved in The Apprentice I would have definitely volunteered to lead as project manager It not only proves to your fellow competitors that I have the drive and will to succeed but to my potential boss as well Proving you are a capable and worthy candidate not only makes you appear to be skilled but can increase your motivation to win as well However the project managers and the rest of the team on both accounts had their plights The Versacorp team was selected by Nick and contained Amy Bill Katrina Ereka and Tammy The Protg team selected by Kristi contained Jessie Kwame Heidi and Omarosa Nick the Project Manager struggled due to the teams eventual decision to make womens clothing However Nick had to rely and struggle due to his lack of knowledge in the womens apparel sphere This not only led to tension and stress from Nicks team members for the constant voice needing approval but for Nick as well since his reliance depended on a potential win The phenomenon of Group Think was definitely used in this case as the women in the team definitely drove the decisions for the team resulting in a lack of awareness and knowledge for other members Group Think is a group pressure phenomenon that increases the risk of a group making planned decisions leading to a decreased level of mental efficiency reality testing and moral judgment Nick believed the women would know more about the topic so he never questioned or addressed possible
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