2. George Wise is an exceptional programmer. Testing his software modules reveals very few errors, far fewer than
the team’s average. He keeps his schedule promptly, and only rarely is he late in completing his task. He always finds original ways to solve programming difficuies, and uses an original, individual version of the coding style. He dislikes preparing the required documentation, and rarely does it according to the team’s templates.
A day after completing a challenging task, on time, he was called to the office of the department’s chief software engineer. Instead of being praised for his accomplishments (as he expected), he was warned by the company’s chief software engineer that he would be fired unless he began to fully comply with the team’s coding and documentation instructions.
Considering the circumstances of the project, what, in your opinion, should be done in this case?