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Strategic Management NOTE: The answers to these questions are provided at the end of the page. 1. The four stages in the life cycles of a business are: a. Recruiting, hiring, promotion, evaluation b. Introduction, growth, maturity, decline c. Job analysis, job design, description, job evaluation d. Planning, implementing, evaluating, revision 2. The job characteristics model includes: a. Implementation, attitude surveys, responses, feedback b. Motivation factors and incentives c. Skill variety, task identity, task significance, autonomy, feedback d. Job analysis, task significance, feedback 3. The dimensions from Hoffstede’s famous study on IBM employees are: a. Power distance, individualism, masculine/feminine, uncertainty avoidance, long term orientation b. Internal standards, training, quality c. Management commitment, individualism, masculine/feminine, uncertainty avoidance, long term orientation d. Jobs, teams, training, quality, feedback 4. Which is not an example of the life cycle stages of Human Resource development? 5. The strategic role of HR Management includes: 6. Employers must consider which one of the following geographic and competitive concerns in making HR plans? 7. Human resource management is conducted to achieve_______________ goals. a. management b. supervisory c. individual d. organizational e. individual and organizational 8. Which is an HR practice typical of an organization that can be defined as "prospector"? 9. Which of the following methods is not a mathematical method for forecasting HR demand?
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10. In the future, HR managers will have to deal with all of the following workforce changes, except. 11. All of the following could be considered steps in forecasting, except: a. Understanding external conditions b. Projecting future staffing requirements c. Projecting the supply of labor d. a job analysis
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