A common complaint about MBO is that superiors sometimes coercesubordinates into the process of setting objectives. This isconsidered a problem because it leaves the subordinate with lessercommitment to the agreed objectives. Superiors argue that somedegree of pressure is needed; otherwise many subordinates wouldtend to set very conservative (rather than challenging) objectivesfor themselves.Do you think some degree of pressure is necessary in MBO? Post yourviews to this Discussion Area and then search the Internet forexamples of MBO in practice by some companies. Try to find out howthese companies practice MBO. Do you think that your viewsunderwent a change after learning how companies practice MBO? Howdo you think the new knowledge affected you?