AEM220_Practice_Prelim__1 - AEM220 Introduction to Business...

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AEM220 Spring 2006 Introduction to Business Management Pedro David Pérez Practice Prelim #1 This exam is composed of a mixture of multiple choice, matching, and true/false questions. 1. According to Max Weber, the basis of the authority of a manager is a. Traditional b. Charismatic c. Rational-legal d. All of the above 2. None of the above Businesses strive to a. Survive b. Grow c. Serve society d. Make a profit e. All of the above 3. In which of the following ways does government affect business? a. As a customer b. As an overseer and regulator c. As a tax collector d. All of the above e. None of the above 4. Saturn Corporation was the result of an agreement to build quality small cars in America between General Motors and a. The U.S. government b. GM suppliers c. The UAW d. GM customers e. The state of Tennessee 5. Innovation that expands on product characteristics and value propositions already in place is considered a. Incremental b. Radical c. Disruptive d. Product e. Process 6. Innovation that expands on product characteristics and value propositions already in place is considered a. Incremental b. Radical c. Disruptive d. Product e. Process
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7. The suggestion that individuals evaluate the ratio of their inputs to outcomes for a given job in relation to other employees is made by: a. Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs argument b. Theories X, Y and Z c. Herzberg’s two factor theory d. Expectancy theory e. Equity theory 8. The suggestion that individuals evaluate the ratio of their inputs to outcomes for a In the 21 st century, the most important way for managers to obtain results from employees will be: a. Authority b. Expertise c. Punishment d. Respect and trust e. Rewards 9. All of the following components are part of the marketing concept
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2009 for the course AEM 2200 taught by Professor Perez,p.d. during the Summer '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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