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5 Matching questions

  1. During the performing stage of team development, the group answers the question
    A. "Can we agree on roles and work as a team?"
    B. "Why are we here?"
    C. "Why are we fighting?"
    D. "Can we do the job properly?"
    E. "Who's in charge?"
  2. A team that consists of members who interact by computer network to collaborate on projects is called a(n)
    A. remote team.
    B. problem-solving team.
    C. self-managed team.
    D. informal team.
    E. virtual team.
  3. Which of the following is a manifestation of excessive conflict in the workplace?
    A. Apathy
    B. Lack of creativity
    C. Missed deadlines
    D. Violence
    E. Indecision
  4. Yuan's team was not making much progress on the development of a new production process. Linnea was being very uncooperative; she did not agree with the direction Yuan was taking, so she hadn't helped with her part. This team is in what stage of group development?
    A. Performing
    B. Forming
    C. Adjourning
    D. Storming
    E. Norming
  5. Beth organized several teachers to discuss the school painting scheduled for summer. They looked at several brands, and heard a presentation by a designer who then helped them choose a color palette to recommend to school administrators. In this instance, the teachers make up a(n)
    A. self-managed team.
    B. virtual team.
    C. cross-functional team.
    D. informal group.
    E. formal group.
  1. a D. "Can we do the job properly?"
  2. b E. virtual team.
  3. c D. Violence
  4. d E. formal group.
  5. e D. Storming

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. E. Better interaction and morale
  2. A. "Why are we here?"
  3. D. production team.
  4. D. allow members to hire their own co-workers.
  5. A. roles

5 True/False questions

  1. Abel, whose primary job is supervising a small production group, is not getting cooperation from all members on the cross-functional team he leads. In particular, Samantha, a marketing manager, seems to resist his direction. The source of conflict in this can be
    A. time pressure.
    B. a personality clash.
    C. communication failure.
    D. status differences.
    E. ambiguous jurisdictions.
    D. status differences.


  2. At Berk Architects, a group of designers are developing the first drawings for a proposed multi-use development in a revitalizing section of a large city. What type of work team is this group?
    A. Project team
    B. Production team
    C. Product team
    D. Action team
    E. Advice team
    A. Project team


  3. A team composed of people from different departments who are pursuing a common objective is called a
    A. quality circle.
    B. problem-solving team.
    C. cross-functional team.
    D. virtual team.
    E. work force.
    C. cross-functional team.


  4. Self-managed teams are groups of workers who have been given ______ for their task domains.
    A. individual incentives
    B. administrative oversight
    C. reduced responsibility
    D. complete freedom
    E. no technology
    D. forcing


  5. Which of the following is a disadvantage of larger groups?
    A. Less creativity and innovation
    B. Less commitment
    C. More division of labor
    D. Fewer resources
    E. Fewer cliques
    E. Better interaction and morale


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