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Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Home Page Chapter Quizzes - Ready to go! chapter 9 Assessments View All Submissions View Attempt View Attempt 1 of unlimited Title: chapter 10 Started: October 18, 2010 8:41 PM Submitted: October 18, 2010 8:41 PM Time spent: 00:00:06 Total score: 0/100 = 0% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 100 1. Power does not exist until the power holder actually applies power to influence someone else. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. TRUE B. FALSE Score: 0/10 2. Organizational politics occurs when someone attempts to influence others for the purpose of promoting personal interests. Score: 0/10 3. People are more persuasive when they rely on logical arguments and avoid emotional appeals. Score: 0/10 4. Professions gain power in the marketplace by reducing their substitutability through the control of tasks and knowledge. Score: 0/10 5. Which source of power can supervisors potentially have over their employees? Score: 0/10 6. Which of the following statements about power is FALSE? Score: 0/10 7. One feature of influence is that it operates down the corporate hierarchy but not up or across that hierarchy. Score: 0/10 8. Krystal's boss in the accounting department initially rejected her proposal for a new budgeting process. So Krystal spoke to and received support from the heads of two departments that would benefit from the proposed budgeting process. She also found support from several co-workers in the accounting department because they believed the new budgeting process would be simpler and fairer. When Krystal's boss realized that several key people supported the new budgeting system, he reluctantly agreed to test it in a pilot project. What form of influence is Krystal mainly using here? Score: 0/10 9. An employee's ability to influence others increases as the source of his or her power becomes more substitutable. Score: 0/10 10. Which of the following is an example of the influence tactic of forming coalitions? Score: 0/10 Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Home Page Chapter Quizzes - Ready to go! chapter 9 Assessments View All Submissions View Attempt View Attempt 2 of unlimited Title: chapter 10 Started: October 18, 2010 8:41 PM Submitted: October 18, 2010 8:42 PM Time spent: 00:00:05 Total score: 0/100 = 0% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 100 1.... View Full Document

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