Exam_2_Jeopardy

Exam_2_Jeopardy - following: (a) Leader-member relations...

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Exam 2
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Row 1, Col 1 Differentiates a team from a group Synergy
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1,2 Encourages the search for more information in a team Adviser
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1,3 Acceptable standards of behavior shared in a group Group norms
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1,4 Human relations view of conflict Natural part of life
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2,1 Cruising along, lazily, on the group’s effort Social Loafing
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2,2 This happens as a result of the need for social interaction at work Informal Groups
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2,3 A quality circle is an example of what type of team? Problem-solving team
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2,4 The Attribution theory operates on this basic premise Cause and Effect
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3,1 Your view on how you are meant to act in a given situation Role Perception
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3,2 Stages of group development: in sequential order Forming, storming, norming, performing, adjourning
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3,3 What makes the situational theory differ from the other leadership theories? Focuses on the follower
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3,4 Fiedler’s Contingency Model excludes which of the
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