BMGT 482 Mid Term 08

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BMGT 482 Mid Term 08 Student: _________________________________________________________ 1. The part of a Supplier Code of Conduct that requires a company to make its contractors comply with the standards in this code is called a(n): A. bluewashing clause. B. service principle. C. snowball clause. D. external cost. The following questions refer to the Case for JackWelch at GE. 2. Under Jack Welch's leadership, all GE managers were evaluated every year and ranked to differentiate their performance by means of a method called a(n): A. vitality curve. B. differentiation index. C. performance condition. D. rank differentiation. 3. When the central actions of a business create value in ways that would be considered voluntary corporate responsibility, the business is said to have: A. a social audit. B. a scenario. C. a socially responsible business model. D. a strategic philanthropy. 4. When Hershey Foods states that its purpose is "to consistently create shareholder value by achieving excellence in every aspect of our business," this is called its: A. social issue. B. GRI. C. corporate social reporting method. D. mission statement. 5. When a company tries to predict the future by projecting trends from its past performance, this is called a(n): A. social audit. B. triple bottom line. C. scenario. D. probability/impact matrix. 6. The international effort to develop uniform standards for company reports is called the: A. social audit. B. triple bottom line. C. GRI. D. stakeholder engagement.
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7. The standard that uses economic, environmental, and social performance indicators that are based on GRI standards is called the: A. triple bottom line. B. social audit. C. business model. D. social issue. 8. The theory of a power elite is based on the writings of: A. Immanuel Kant. B. C. Wright Mills. C. Bill Gates. D. none of these. 9. All of the following are examples of economic performance indicators in the triple bottom line EXCEPT: A. net sales. B. taxes paid. C. energy use. D. charitable monetary contributions to local organizations. 10. All of the following are examples of environmental performance indicators in the triple bottom line EXCEPT: A. energy use. B. taxes paid. C. changes in natural habitats caused by the company's operations. D. environmental impacts of its products. The following questions refer to the Case for Marc Kasky vs. Nike. 11. When social activist groups want to protest some of Nike's production processes, and ask members to return Nike sneakers at Niketown outlets after they have purchased them to try to disrupt Nike's business practice, this is called a(n): A. shoe-in. B. boycott. C. love-in. D. illegal tactic. 12. The idea that hard work and acting in a virtuous manner will result in the approval of God is called: A. plutocracy. B.
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