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MGT1FOM_Sem2_2009_PracticeExam0

MGT1FOM_Sem2_2009_PracticeExam0 - LATROBE UNIVERSITY...

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LATROBE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF LAW AND MANAGEMENT SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT MGT1FOM – FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICE EXAMINATION - SEMESTER 2, 2009 PART A (10 marks) Students should answer all twenty (20) multiple choice questions. Each question is worth 0.5 marks. 1. Reward power, coercive power, and legitimate power are different types of __________. a) formal leadership b) position power c) informal leadership d) personal power e) directive leadership 2. Which of the following is not an example of a specific environmental factor? a) suppliers b) political conditions c) customers d) governmental agencies e) special-interest pressure groups
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3. The primary value of the __________ approach is that it stresses that there are no simplistic or universal rules for managers to follow in doing their jobs. 4. What are the three variables that determine a leader’s situational control according to Fiedler’s contingency theory? a) Referent power, leadership style and task structure b) Personal power, leadership style and leader-member relations c) Legitimate power, task structure and leader-member relations d) Position power, task structure and leader-member relations e) Expert power, leadership style and task structure 5. Which of the following statements does NOT support the argument that corporations should engage in socially responsible behaviour? 6. __________ for change arise when a change in one part of the organisational system creates the need for change in another part of the system
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7. Which of the following is not a characteristic of modern organisational form? a) decentralisation b) a clear chain of command c) cross-functional teams d) low formalisation e) wide spans of control
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