Exam 3 - Review [Version 1]- Fall 2006 - Cleveland

Exam 3 - Review [Version 1]- Fall 2006 - Cleveland - a...

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1. Leadership: ability to get others to follow willingly for the purpose of accomplishing goal 2. Leadership involves: a. Influence b. Intention c. Personal Responsibility d. Change e. Shared Purpose f. Followers 3. Leadership styles a. Directive b. Supportive c. Participative d. Achievement-oriented 4. Leadership a. Unconscious incompetence b. Conscious Incompetence c. Conscious Competence d. Unconscious Competence 5. Leadership Qualities a. Loyalty b. Courage c. Emotional stamina d. Physical stamina e. Empathy f. Decisiveness g. Anticipation h. Timing i. Competitiveness j. Self-confidence k. Accountability l. Responsibility m. Credibility n. Tenacity o. Dependability p. stewardship 6. Knowledge Triangle a. Evaluation b. Synthesis c. Analysis d. Application e. Understanding 7. A.D.D.I.E. a. Analysis b. Design c. Development
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d. Implementation e. Evaluation 8. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs a. Growth Needs i. Self actualization needs ii. Esteem needs iii. Social needs b. Deficiency Needs i. Safety needs ii. Physiological needs 9. R.D.B.M.S
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Unformatted text preview: a. Relational b. Database c. Management d. Systems 10. DDS a. Decision Support System 11. Information Systems Cycle 12. Network Economy Triangle 13. Data Hierachy a. Database (collection of related files) b. File (table) c. Record (row) d. Field (column) e. Character (Ryte) f. Bit 14. Classic Business Model a. Strategic b. Tactical (Regional VP) c. Operational (Store Manager) d. Staff (Workers) 15. Types of Knowledge a. Human Capitol b. Explicity knowledge c. Tacit knowledge d. Threaded (newsgroups) 16. Intrinsic rewards a. Feeling of competence b. Feeling of accomplishments c. Feeling of responsibility d. Personal growth 17. Extrinsic rewards a. Pay b. Fringe Benefits c. Promotions 18. TPS Characteristics a. Large # of transactionis b. Correct transactions c. Security problems d. Importance to organization...
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  • Spring '07
  • Cleveland
  • classic business model, Dependability p. stewardship, Network Economy Triangle, Information Systems Cycle, transactions Security problems

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