Week 6 Quiz - 98 out of 100. 1.

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98 out of 100.
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1. Three dimensions of trust are actual trust, perceived trust and emotional trust. a. True b. False
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2. Which of these would be considered a group? a. A crowd on a street corner watching an event b. A whole organization c. A Union d. A committee e. An audience watching a play
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3. According to Katzenbach and Smith, effective teams have fewer than 10 members. a. True b. False
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4. Harmon encourages all his group members to participate. Harmon's role can be described as a(n) a. Evaluator. b. Harmonizer. c. Gatekeeper. d. Compromiser. e. Encourager.
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5. Individual issue of "How do I fit in?" is addressed in the norming stage of Tuckman's group development model. a. True b. False
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6. Managers who rely on virtual teams agree on one point: "Meaningful face-to-face contact, especially during _______ of the  _______ development process, is absolutely essential." a. Early; individual b. Late; group c. Early; group d. Late; individual e. None of above
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7. According to a survey, ________ say corporate America's reputation is "not good" or "terrible". a. 44% b. 54% c. 64% d. 74% e. 84%
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8. Which of these is not an individual function of formal groups? a. Satisfy the individual's need for affiliation. b. Generate new or creative ideas and solutions. c. Reduce the individual's anxieties and feelings of insecurity and powerlessness. d. Provide a problem-solving mechanism for personal and interpersonal problems. e. Give individuals an opportunity to test and share their perceptions of social reality.
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9.   Virtual groups formed over the Internet follow a group development process similar to that for face-to-face groups. a. True b. False
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10. Rejection by other group members refers to a. Groupthink. b. Ostracism. c. Cohesiveness. d. Cross-functionalism. e. Social loafing.
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11. Research shows that self-managed teams had significant higher levels of absenteeism and turnover. a. True b. False
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12. Individual issues of "what do the others expect me to do?" are addressed in the norming stage of Tuckman's group development  model. a. True b. False
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Avalon watches the stock market very closely at the beginning of every year. He believes that there is a 90% chance the market  will go up and end on a higher note if for each of the first five sessions of a new year, the market closes on a positive. Avalon  believes this probability is fairly good based on past track record. This is an example of a. A representative heuristic. b. Escalation of commitment.
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