Prashant Lakhera

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Prashant Lakhera|
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SYNOPSIS

BACKGROUND
The case study tells about the Credit Rating Agency Limited (CRA) and Construction Development Board (CDB) which makes an agreement that the CRA would provide grading services for the construction entities and analyses the financial statements. CDB would provide technical person to know about the operational analysis of the construction. Continent Construction Limited (CCL) is the construction company which has many project sites, constructs roads and bridges in India. The CRA and CDB have got a new project to grade the company based on all construction entities. CCL projects are located at Nashik and Jalgaon site in which Prashant Lakhera and Gagan Vedi are appointed for the project as the financial analysts from CRA and Deepak Ghoshis as the project lead from CDB. They should work on a report that has to be submitted within the few days. From the starting day of the project, they didn’t spent time to know each other. Rather most of the time was spent for explaining the CRAs rating methodology. When they visited the Nashik project site, Ghosh communicated native language with the workers and when Prashant and Gagan intervened for explanation he says that it is all under his control. Since Ghosh has experience in construction sector so the team relied on him for the information. Since Ghosh is a government employee he thinks that he has more knowledge than private employees. The same procedure is repeated for the other site (Jalgaon). Ghosh made individual visits to sites without informing the team. Prashant and Vedi constrained themselves from asking pertinent questions. Ghosh gave update about the status of the project to his Boss without involving Prashant and Vedi. Prashant and Vedi missed the opportunity talking to Boss and also working as team with Ghosh. They never discussed the deadline of project completion. Later they stopped meeting and discussing about project, which allowed frustration to buildup. For Dinner with the client, Ghosh arrived late and also he didn’t greet other team members. Vedi and Prashant complete their report but when Prashant asked Ghosh for his contribution to the report, Ghosh showed his rudeness and walked away from the team. So Prashant has to decide what to do to complete the report within the deadline. Personality Traits

MBTI Personality Model
Personality| Deepak Ghosh| Prashant Lakhera|
Extravert/Introvert| He is an extravert person and involves in the discussions.| He is an introvert person and does not want to speak openly.| Sensing/Intuitive| | |
Thinking/Feeling| | |
Judging/Perceiving| | |

Big Five Personality Model
Personality| Deepak Ghosh| Prashant Lakhera|
Extraversion| He is an extravert and interacts with the people (local workers and site engineer).| He tries to intervene in the matters. He tries to participate in all meetings and discussions.| Agreeableness| He is not so cooperative and responsive.| He is cooperative and friendly with the team.| Conscientiousness| He does not complete his task and does not work with the team.| He is responsible and completes his work on time and well organised.| Emotional Stability| He is not so flexible and reacted to the situations violently.| He tries to be calm and can handle the situations.| Openness to experience| He is not so adjustable in any team and shows interest in his work.| He is adjustable to part of any environment.|

OBJECTIVES
1. Understanding the Ghosh personality so that Prashant can make the relevant changes. 2. To make Ghosh realise that completion of the report to the client within the timeline is priority. 3. To enable Prashant as a decision maker about getting the information from the site rather than being passive analyst. 4. To develop and maintain one to one relationship so that it can result in successful interaction and completion of the project.

ISSUES
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