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MGMT 309 Ex4
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A manager who is willing to lose it all on one product has high
A person's ability to get along with others in an organization is known as
A person's range of interest is captured in the personality trait of
A psychological contract is like a standard legal contract, formal and well defined.
A surgeon, who is responsible for life and death decisions, would be a likely candidate for stress caused by ____ demand.
Agreeableness does not extend to relationships with customers, suppliers, and other key organizational constituents.
Alan enjoys manipulating others to his own benefit. He sees telling lies as a gray area and is loyal only to himself. He is highly
An employee with high self-esteem is likely to
An individual who has been described as Machiavellian would
tend to be rational and unemotional
3M encourages its employees to think of creative solutions to problems. It uses what is called out of the box thinking, and no idea is thought to be too ridiculous or too petty if it will solve a problem. jana did not feel as if she could make suggestions in front of people who had been members of her work team for many years, even though no one else seemed shy about sharing ideas. Eventually, due to a process called ________. jana became comfortable with sharing her ideas.
3M uses cross-functional teams to solve problems. One group was asked to figure out ways that 3M could sell more Bow Magic Pull Bow, a relatively new venture for the company. When the group reached the _____ stage of group development, the group had become a mechanism for accomplishing its purpose. It directed its energies toward goal attainment and developed the Home Shopping Network.
A group assembled for a short-term project. There were six adults and three teenagers. The formal structure was one leader and eight followers. As the role episodes progressed, it became clear from the words and actions of the group, that the teenagers did not need to speak to the group as much as the adults. The _______ role allowed the teenagers to speak less.
A group of ten people assembled to do volunteer work Habit for Humanity. Cohesiveness was high from the start because they all wanted to be there, helping others, and making a big difference in the lives of a family. Cohesiveness was high due to ______
agreement on goals
A moderate level of conflict in an organization can lead to all EXCEPT which of the following?
A person who engages in leadership activities but whose right to do so has not been formally recognized is called a(n)
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