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1.   Every time Bob broke the department production record, Mark hung a gold banner from  Bob's machine and bought him lunch. This illustrates    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback A.  equity theory.      B.  Theory Z.      C.  poor  management  because  everyone else  was sad.      D. behavior  modification  techniques. 100%       E.  McGregor's  Theory.       Score: 5/5    2.
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  Which of the following generally results in moderate specialization, with workers learning all  aspects of the organization?    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback A.  Theory Z      B.  Theory Y      C. Theory X 0%       D.  Traditional  American  management      E.  Traditional  Japanese  management       Score: 0/5    3.   The higher-level goals in Maslow's hierarchy and the motivational factors identified by  Herzberg are important in motivating employees to work harder.    Student Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback A. TRUE 100%       B.  FALSE<br/><br/>      Score: 5/5    4.
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  Job enrichment plays a role in the motivational program at Eagle Pharmaceutical.    Student Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback A. TRUE 0%       B.  FALSE<br/><br/>      Score: 0/5    5.   The person primarily associated with the Hawthorne Studies was    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback A.  Abraham  Maslow.      B.  Douglas  McGregor.      C.  B.F. Skinner.      D.  Elton Mayo.      E. Nathaniel  Hawthorne.  0%       Score: 0/5    6.
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  To improve productivity, Frederick Taylor suggested that    Student  Response Value Correct  Answer Feedback A.  a piece-rate 
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2010 for the course ART art taught by Professor Art during the Spring '10 term at Art Inst. San Diego.

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