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Your Results for: "Multiple Choice " Print this page Site Title: Understanding and Managing Organizational Behavior, 5E Book Title: Understanding and Managing Organizational Behavior, 5E Book Author: George Location on Site: Chapter 13 > Self-Study Quiz > Multiple Choice  Date/Time Submitted: October 21, 2010 at 2:02 PM (EDT)  1 Correct:  10%  9 Incorrect:  90%  More information about scoring   1. __________ is the ultimate source of an individual's power in an organization. Your Answer: Informal power   Correct Answer:
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Legitimate power     Legitimate power is the ultimate source of an individual's power in an organization.   2. Activities in which managers engage to increase their power and pursue goals that favor their individual goals and  activities are called __________. Your Answer: Organizational ethics   Correct Answer: Organizational politics     Organizational politics are involved with increasing power and pursuing goals.   3. Formal power is a reflection of which of the following? Your Answer: Reward power   Correct Answer: All of the above     Formal power is a reflection of an individual's legitimate, reward, coercive and information power.   4.
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In the ____ stage of Pondy's model of organizational conflict, one party decides how to react to or deal with a party  that it sees as the source of conflict. Also, the parties may try to hurt each other and thwart each others' goals.
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