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301SP02.EX1 - CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY...

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CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, POMONA MHR 301 First Exam Dr. Sharifzadeh 1. __________ is the process of working with people and resources to accomplish organizational goals. a. Planning b. Management c. Controlling d. Decision making e. None of the above 2. Which of these is NOT a key management function? 3. The key management functions include: a. Planning, Leading, Controlling, and Organizing & Staffing b. Marketing, Finance, Accounting, and Production c. Planning, Operations, Labor, and Contracting d. Hiring, Training, Appraising, and Firing e. Marketing, Management, Finance, and Accounting 4. __________ involves analyzing a situation, determining goals to be pursued, and deciding upon the actions that will be taken to achieve these goals. a. Staffing b. Leading c. Organizing d. Planning e. Controlling 5. __________ involves assembling and coordinating organizational resources. 301SP02.EX1 1
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6. As one of the key management functions, leading focuses on a manager’s efforts to: a. communicate with employees. b. motivate the workforce. c. direct employees’ efforts. d. stimulate high performance. d. All of the above. 7. A manager’s ability to stimulate high performance through directing, motivating and communicating with employees is referred to as: 8. __________ involves monitoring the progress of the organization toward goal attainment and implementing necessary changes. a. Budgeting b. Planning c. Organizing d. Leading e. Controlling 9. Tactical Plans will typically involve a(n) __________ time frame as compared to Strategic Plans. 10. Tactical Managers are often referred to as: 301SP02.EX1 2
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11. Managers responsible for supervising the operations of an organization are referred to as: 12. In smaller entrepreneurial firms, and even in more adaptive larger firms, managers a. are no longer utilized. b. rely more heavily on technical skills. c. serve as “experts” on whom the firm depends. d. have strategic, tactical, and operational responsibilities. e. focus on internal operations.
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  • Fall '07
  • Sharif-Zadeh
  • Management, a. b. c., b. c. d., C. D. E., Systematic management Bureaucracy Administrative management Scientific management, Scientific management Quantitative management Administrative approach Organizational behavior Contingency

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