MHR 451 - Quiz No. 3 - Save The first assumption about...

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Question 1 2 points Save GE s healthcare unit has a far greater growth potential than most of its other units, necessitating more structure and rigor in managing that unit. True False Question 2 2 points Save Top executives are likely to view hiring an outsider executive as a motivating opportunity. True False Question 3 2 points Save Motivation is a psychological process through which unsatisfied needs lead to drives that are aimed at goals or incentives. True False Question 4 2 points Save The three basic elements in the process of motivation are needs, drives, and rewards. True False Question 5 2 points Save Motivation is an important topic in international human resource management, because many MNC managers assume they can motivate their overseas personnel with the same approaches that are used in the home country. True False Question 6 2 points
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Unformatted text preview: Save The first assumption about work-motivation in the international area is that the motivation process is country-specific. True False Question 7 2 points Save Content theories explain work-motivation in terms of what arouses, energizes, or initiates employee behavior. True False Question 8 2 points Save Process theories of worker motivation explain how employee behavior is initiated, redirected, and halted. True False Question 9 2 points Save The hierarchy-of-needs theory is based primarily on work by David McCelland. True False Question 10 2 points Save Maslow postulated that everyone has five basic needs, which constitute a need hierarchy. In ascending order, beginning with the most basic, they are physiological, safety, social, esteem, and self-actualization needs. True False...
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