2007 Practice Prelim

2007 Practice Prelim - 1 Match the following constructs...

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1. Match the following constructs with their respective concepts a. Objectives of business b. Functional areas of business c. Functions of operations management d. Pricing strategies e. Members of the supply chain 2. Survival A 3. Growth A 4. Profit A 5. Social responsibility A 6. Marketing B 7. Operations B 8. Finance B 9. Location D 10. Layout D 11. Scheduling C 12. Quality D 13. Inventory B 14. Skimming D 15. Penetration D 16. EDLP C 17. High-low D 18. Cost leadership C 19. Suppliers E 20. Manufacturers E 21. Wholesalers E 22. Retailers E 23. Consumers E 24. Match the following influences on career choice with their definition a. Education b. Interests c. Life experience d. Strengths e. Values 25. Knowledge or skill obtained or developed by a formal learning process A 26. Personal attitudes and motivators, what is important to you. E 27. Skills, personal qualities and knowledge D 28. The experience a person accumulates through interacting within a prevailing social environment C 29. Your preferences for how you spend your time; things you like or enjoy. B
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30. In the following five questions, which of the following characterize business in the XX century? In the XXI century? a. Bureaucracy XX b. Entrepreneurship XI c. Mass production XX d. Virtual organizations XI e. Wage slavery XX 31. XX century 32. XXI century 33. The main job of managers today is to watch over people to be sure they do what the manager asks of them a. True b. False 34. Today workers can expect to work for the same company for a lifetime a. True b. False 35. Managers in high-technology firms should respond to the fact that workers often know much more about technology than they do by emphasizing direction and supervision a. True b. False 36. As a management function, the main focus of controlling is to keep complete and up-to-date records of the organization’s financial transactions for tax and regulatory purposes a. True b. False
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37. Match the following task descriptions with the management function they
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2008 for the course AEM 2200 taught by Professor Perez,p.d. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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