A group of employees in American Game Technology

A group of employees in American Game Technology Inc., a manufacturer of gaming machines, got together to arrange a paper recycling drive in the office. Though they came from different departments, they shared a common belief in environmentalism, and often discussed issues related to environmental conservation. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) scapegoating informal organization groupthink work specialization emotional contagionQuestion 2.2.(TCO 5) Which of the following chain-of-command systems was developed to address the need to combine specialization with management control? (Points : 5) Line organization Line-and-staff organization Agile organization Formal organization Informal organizationQuestion 3.3.(TCO 5) In a furniture factory, one worker cuts the wood according to the design, another worker glues and screws the pieces together, and another worker stains and polishes the wood. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) core competencies decentralization work specialization chain of command centralizationQuestion 4.4.(TCO 5) The number of workers who report directly to a manager is called the manager’s _____. (Points : 5) chain of command functional structure divisional structure span of management task forceQuestion 5.5.(TCO 5) Kelly, who had recently joined an organization, participates in all corporate events because she wants to be accepted as a friend by her coworkers. According to David McClelland’s three-needs theory, this desire is known as _____. (Points : 5) need for power need for achievement need for self-esteem need for affiliation need for securityQuestion 6.6.(TCO 5) Justin M. Brown, the operations manager at Vernon Manufacturing Company, formulated a strategy to motivate the firm’s employees. Justin addressed employees’ dissatisfaction by increasing their salary and incentives; he employed several industrial counselors to help employees deal with work-related stress; and improved the health insurance plan provided to employees. He also motivated employees by providing greater opportunity for advancement, recognizing employees who perform well and giving employees greater responsibility to foster a sense of achievement in them. Justin’s measures are based on which of the following approaches? (Points : 5) McClelland’s three-needs theory Theory X Theory Y Herzberg’s two-factor theory Scientific managementQuestion 7.7.(TCO 5) _____ connects an employee’s efforts to the outcome he or she thinks will result from those efforts. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 8.8.(TCO 5) _____ suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three-needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 9.9.(TCO 5) Which of the following statements is true about management by objectives? (Points : 5) It suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. It has not been validated by experimental research. It reduces employee involvement in goal setting and decision making. It reduces employee stress by removing specific goals and targets. It ensures that employees’ activities are directly linked to achieving the organization’s long-term goals.Question 10.10.(TCO 5) IBM established executive-led task forces to represent women, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, people with disabilities, and individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) diversity initiatives horizontal integration ethnocentric policies decentralization deregulationQuestion 11.11.(TCO 5) Quality of hire measures _____. (Points : 5) the amount of money spent in hiring and training new employees the level of productivity of employees in the probationary period how closely incoming employees meet the company’s needs the percentage of minority groups in a firm’s workforce the percentage of the workforce that leaves every yearQuestion 12.12.(TCO 6) A _____ is a special type of bar chart that shows the progress of all the tasks needed to complete a project. (Points : 5) Forecast schedule Gantt chart Value chart PERT diagram Supply chain diagramQuestion 13.13.(TCO 6) Which of the following is the main purpose of just-in-time systems? (Points : 5) Disintermediation of distribution Bettering work scheduling Strategic analysis Capacity improvement Better inventory managementQuestion 14.14.(TCO 6) _____ refers to the creation of identical goods or services in large quantities. (Points : 5) Mass customization Batch-of-one production Mass production Customized production Mass personalizationQuestion 15.15.(TCO 6) Dell Computers allows customers to place orders online. The company produces major parts using bulk production and allows customers to personalize such features as software, color, memory size, and screen size. This type of manufacturing is an example of _____. (Points : 5) mass customization mass production customized production mass manufacturing batch-of-one production

A group of employees in American Game Technology Inc., a manufacturer of gaming machines, got together to arrange a paper recycling drive in the office. Though they came from different departments, they shared a common belief in environmentalism, and often discussed issues related to environmental conservation. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) scapegoating informal organization groupthink work specialization emotional contagionQuestion 2.2.(TCO 5) Which of the following chain-of-command systems was developed to address the need to combine specialization with management control? (Points : 5) Line organization Line-and-staff organization Agile organization Formal organization Informal organizationQuestion 3.3.(TCO 5) In a furniture factory, one worker cuts the wood according to the design, another worker glues and screws the pieces together, and another worker stains and polishes the wood. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) core competencies decentralization work specialization chain of command centralizationQuestion 4.4.(TCO 5) The number of workers who report directly to a manager is called the manager’s _____. (Points : 5) chain of command functional structure divisional structure span of management task forceQuestion 5.5.(TCO 5) Kelly, who had recently joined an organization, participates in all corporate events because she wants to be accepted as a friend by her coworkers. According to David McClelland’s three-needs theory, this desire is known as _____. (Points : 5) need for power need for achievement need for self-esteem need for affiliation need for securityQuestion 6.6.(TCO 5) Justin M. Brown, the operations manager at Vernon Manufacturing Company, formulated a strategy to motivate the firm’s employees. Justin addressed employees’ dissatisfaction by increasing their salary and incentives; he employed several industrial counselors to help employees deal with work-related stress; and improved the health insurance plan provided to employees. He also motivated employees by providing greater opportunity for advancement, recognizing employees who perform well and giving employees greater responsibility to foster a sense of achievement in them. Justin’s measures are based on which of the following approaches? (Points : 5) McClelland’s three-needs theory Theory X Theory Y Herzberg’s two-factor theory Scientific managementQuestion 7.7.(TCO 5) _____ connects an employee’s efforts to the outcome he or she thinks will result from those efforts. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 8.8.(TCO 5) _____ suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three-needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 9.9.(TCO 5) Which of the following statements is true about management by objectives? (Points : 5) It suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. It has not been validated by experimental research. It reduces employee involvement in goal setting and decision making. It reduces employee stress by removing specific goals and targets. It ensures that employees’ activities are directly linked to achieving the organization’s long-term goals.Question 10.10.(TCO 5) IBM established executive-led task forces to represent women, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, people with disabilities, and individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) diversity initiatives horizontal integration ethnocentric policies decentralization deregulationQuestion 11.11.(TCO 5) Quality of hire measures _____. (Points : 5) the amount of money spent in hiring and training new employees the level of productivity of employees in the probationary period how closely incoming employees meet the company’s needs the percentage of minority groups in a firm’s workforce the percentage of the workforce that leaves every yearQuestion 12.12.(TCO 6) A _____ is a special type of bar chart that shows the progress of all the tasks needed to complete a project. (Points : 5) Forecast schedule Gantt chart Value chart PERT diagram Supply chain diagramQuestion 13.13.(TCO 6) Which of the following is the main purpose of just-in-time systems? (Points : 5) Disintermediation of distribution Bettering work scheduling Strategic analysis Capacity improvement Better inventory managementQuestion 14.14.(TCO 6) _____ refers to the creation of identical goods or services in large quantities. (Points : 5) Mass customization Batch-of-one production Mass production Customized production Mass personalizationQuestion 15.15.(TCO 6) Dell Computers allows customers to place orders online. The company produces major parts using bulk production and allows customers to personalize such features as software, color, memory size, and screen size. This type of manufacturing is an example of _____. (Points : 5) mass customization mass production customized production mass manufacturing batch-of-one production

A group of employees in American Game Technology Inc., a manufacturer of gaming machines, got together to arrange a paper recycling drive in the office. Though they came from different departments, they shared a common belief in environmentalism, and often discussed issues related to environmental conservation. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) scapegoating informal organization groupthink work specialization emotional contagionQuestion 2.2.(TCO 5) Which of the following chain-of-command systems was developed to address the need to combine specialization with management control? (Points : 5) Line organization Line-and-staff organization Agile organization Formal organization Informal organizationQuestion 3.3.(TCO 5) In a furniture factory, one worker cuts the wood according to the design, another worker glues and screws the pieces together, and another worker stains and polishes the wood. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) core competencies decentralization work specialization chain of command centralizationQuestion 4.4.(TCO 5) The number of workers who report directly to a manager is called the manager’s _____. (Points : 5) chain of command functional structure divisional structure span of management task forceQuestion 5.5.(TCO 5) Kelly, who had recently joined an organization, participates in all corporate events because she wants to be accepted as a friend by her coworkers. According to David McClelland’s three-needs theory, this desire is known as _____. (Points : 5) need for power need for achievement need for self-esteem need for affiliation need for securityQuestion 6.6.(TCO 5) Justin M. Brown, the operations manager at Vernon Manufacturing Company, formulated a strategy to motivate the firm’s employees. Justin addressed employees’ dissatisfaction by increasing their salary and incentives; he employed several industrial counselors to help employees deal with work-related stress; and improved the health insurance plan provided to employees. He also motivated employees by providing greater opportunity for advancement, recognizing employees who perform well and giving employees greater responsibility to foster a sense of achievement in them. Justin’s measures are based on which of the following approaches? (Points : 5) McClelland’s three-needs theory Theory X Theory Y Herzberg’s two-factor theory Scientific managementQuestion 7.7.(TCO 5) _____ connects an employee’s efforts to the outcome he or she thinks will result from those efforts. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 8.8.(TCO 5) _____ suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three-needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 9.9.(TCO 5) Which of the following statements is true about management by objectives? (Points : 5) It suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. It has not been validated by experimental research. It reduces employee involvement in goal setting and decision making. It reduces employee stress by removing specific goals and targets. It ensures that employees’ activities are directly linked to achieving the organization’s long-term goals.Question 10.10.(TCO 5) IBM established executive-led task forces to represent women, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, people with disabilities, and individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) diversity initiatives horizontal integration ethnocentric policies decentralization deregulationQuestion 11.11.(TCO 5) Quality of hire measures _____. (Points : 5) the amount of money spent in hiring and training new employees the level of productivity of employees in the probationary period how closely incoming employees meet the company’s needs the percentage of minority groups in a firm’s workforce the percentage of the workforce that leaves every yearQuestion 12.12.(TCO 6) A _____ is a special type of bar chart that shows the progress of all the tasks needed to complete a project. (Points : 5) Forecast schedule Gantt chart Value chart PERT diagram Supply chain diagramQuestion 13.13.(TCO 6) Which of the following is the main purpose of just-in-time systems? (Points : 5) Disintermediation of distribution Bettering work scheduling Strategic analysis Capacity improvement Better inventory managementQuestion 14.14.(TCO 6) _____ refers to the creation of identical goods or services in large quantities. (Points : 5) Mass customization Batch-of-one production Mass production Customized production Mass personalizationQuestion 15.15.(TCO 6) Dell Computers allows customers to place orders online. The company produces major parts using bulk production and allows customers to personalize such features as software, color, memory size, and screen size. This type of manufacturing is an example of _____. (Points : 5) mass customization mass production customized production mass manufacturing batch-of-one production

A group of employees in American Game Technology Inc., a manufacturer of gaming machines, got together to arrange a paper recycling drive in the office. Though they came from different departments, they shared a common belief in environmentalism, and often discussed issues related to environmental conservation. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) scapegoating informal organization groupthink work specialization emotional contagionQuestion 2.2.(TCO 5) Which of the following chain-of-command systems was developed to address the need to combine specialization with management control? (Points : 5) Line organization Line-and-staff organization Agile organization Formal organization Informal organizationQuestion 3.3.(TCO 5) In a furniture factory, one worker cuts the wood according to the design, another worker glues and screws the pieces together, and another worker stains and polishes the wood. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) core competencies decentralization work specialization chain of command centralizationQuestion 4.4.(TCO 5) The number of workers who report directly to a manager is called the manager’s _____. (Points : 5) chain of command functional structure divisional structure span of management task forceQuestion 5.5.(TCO 5) Kelly, who had recently joined an organization, participates in all corporate events because she wants to be accepted as a friend by her coworkers. According to David McClelland’s three-needs theory, this desire is known as _____. (Points : 5) need for power need for achievement need for self-esteem need for affiliation need for securityQuestion 6.6.(TCO 5) Justin M. Brown, the operations manager at Vernon Manufacturing Company, formulated a strategy to motivate the firm’s employees. Justin addressed employees’ dissatisfaction by increasing their salary and incentives; he employed several industrial counselors to help employees deal with work-related stress; and improved the health insurance plan provided to employees. He also motivated employees by providing greater opportunity for advancement, recognizing employees who perform well and giving employees greater responsibility to foster a sense of achievement in them. Justin’s measures are based on which of the following approaches? (Points : 5) McClelland’s three-needs theory Theory X Theory Y Herzberg’s two-factor theory Scientific managementQuestion 7.7.(TCO 5) _____ connects an employee’s efforts to the outcome he or she thinks will result from those efforts. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 8.8.(TCO 5) _____ suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. (Points : 5) Maslow’s hierarchy Herzberg’s two-factor theory David McClelland’s three-needs theory Expectancy theory Equity theoryQuestion 9.9.(TCO 5) Which of the following statements is true about management by objectives? (Points : 5) It suggests that employee satisfaction depends on the perceived ratio of inputs to outputs. It has not been validated by experimental research. It reduces employee involvement in goal setting and decision making. It reduces employee stress by removing specific goals and targets. It ensures that employees’ activities are directly linked to achieving the organization’s long-term goals.Question 10.10.(TCO 5) IBM established executive-led task forces to represent women, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, people with disabilities, and individuals who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender. This is an example of _____. (Points : 5) diversity initiatives horizontal integration ethnocentric policies decentralization deregulationQuestion 11.11.(TCO 5) Quality of hire measures _____. (Points : 5) the amount of money spent in hiring and training new employees the level of productivity of employees in the probationary period how closely incoming employees meet the company’s needs the percentage of minority groups in a firm’s workforce the percentage of the workforce that leaves every yearQuestion 12.12.(TCO 6) A _____ is a special type of bar chart that shows the progress of all the tasks needed to complete a project. (Points : 5) Forecast schedule Gantt chart Value chart PERT diagram Supply chain diagramQuestion 13.13.(TCO 6) Which of the following is the main purpose of just-in-time systems? (Points : 5) Disintermediation of distribution Bettering work scheduling Strategic analysis Capacity improvement Better inventory managementQuestion 14.14.(TCO 6) _____ refers to the creation of identical goods or services in large quantities. (Points : 5) Mass customization Batch-of-one production Mass production Customized production Mass personalizationQuestion 15.15.(TCO 6) Dell Computers allows customers to place orders online. The company produces major parts using bulk production and allows customers to personalize such features as software, color, memory size, and screen size. This type of manufacturing is an example of _____. (Points : 5) mass customization mass production customized production mass manufacturing batch-of-one production

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