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@The Management - Chapter 2 The Management Environment Chapter Two The Management Environment True/False 1 Computer systems professionals represent

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Chapter 2 – The Management Environment Chapter Two: The Management Environment True/False 1. Computer systems professionals represent one of the fastest growing worker populations in the global economy. (True; Easy; p. 49) 2. The silicon chip has permanently altered the economics and the ability of computers to communicate with each other. (True; Easy; p. 48) 3. From the late 1800’s until the 1960’s, all economies were agrarian. (False; Easy; p. 49) 4. The most powerful technological innovation to influence business in the past decade has been the rise of the knowledge worker. (False; Moderate; p. 50) 5. Globalization has all of the following consequences on management: reduced constraints of national barriers, increased unemployment and the need to adapt to different cultures, systems and techniques. (False; Moderate; pp. 52-53) 6. By the 1950s, industrial workers had become the largest single group in every developed country. (True; Moderate; p. 49) 7. Today, blue-collar industrial workers account for over 40% of the US workforce. (False; Easy; p. 49) 8. Knowledge workers are an important group of technical and professional employees that currently make up 50% of the US workforce. (False; Moderate; p. 50) 9. The national boundaries of world businesses today are becoming increasingly well - defined and controlled as global competition increases. (False; Moderate; p. 50) 10. A multinational corporation is a company that maintains significant operations in more than one company simultaneously and decentralizes decision making in each operation to the local country level. (False; Moderate; p. 51) 11. In order to be effective in a boundaryless world, managers need to focus on their own cultures, systems, and techniques. (False; Moderate; p. 52) 12. Transnational corporations maintain significant operations in two or more countries simultaneously, but are based in one home country. (False; Challenging; p. 52) 37
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Part 1 - Introduction 13. Strategic alliances provide domestic companies with faster and less expensive ways to compete globally than if they did it on their own. (True; Easy; p. 53) 14. Collectivism is the degree to which people in a country act as individuals rather than members of a group. (False; Moderate; p. 54) 15. Hofstede’s research demonstrated that there are relatively few major differences in values between employees from different national cultures. (False; Moderate; p. 54) 16. Assertiveness is the extent to which a society encourages people to be tough, confrontational and competitive versus modest and tender. (True; Easy; p. 56) 17. The emphasis in the United States is on ascribed status, in which status is often the result of factors such as seniority and education. (False; Moderate; p. 54)
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@The Management - Chapter 2 The Management Environment Chapter Two The Management Environment True/False 1 Computer systems professionals represent

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