Exam One 214.rtf - Exam One \u2013 BUS214 Name_KANE SHAW 1 Organizational behavior refers to a the study of individual mannerisms and group dynamics in

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Exam One – BUS214 Name:____ KANE SHAW_________ 1. Organizational behavior refers to: a. the study of individual mannerisms and group dynamics in organizations. b. the study of organizational ethics and values. c. the assessment of an organization's performance. d. the steps taken by an organization to address failures. 2. In the context of human behavior in organizations, change is: a. the transformation or modification of an organization and/or its stakeholders. b. a customer-oriented philosophy of organizational management. c. a call to competition, contest, or battle. d. the probability of organizational success. 3. In the context of human behavior in organizations, which of the following best defines a challenge? a. It is the mastery of abilities essential to successful functioning in organizations.b. It is the unofficial and less visible part of a system.c. It is the transformation or modification of an organization and/or its stakeholders.d. It is the call to competition, contest, or battle. 4. Which of the following organizational variables affects human behavior at work? 5. The internal perspective of human behavior focuses on: 6. The _____ perspective focuses on factors outside an individual to understand behavior.
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7. In the context of understanding human behavior, Kurt Lewin combined internal and external perspectives with his claim that behavior is a function of: a. individual preferences for leadership styles.b. compliance and deviance within social groups.c. organizational culture and group dynamics.d. both a person and his or her environment. 8. In the context of interdisciplinary influences on organizational behavior, _____ is the science of human behavior. 9. _____, the science of society, has contributed greatly to our knowledge of group and intergroup dynamics.
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