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Sample Exam 1 from previous semester (this exam covers Chapters 1-4; bold questions are from chapter 4). These are the same questions that are on the Practice Online Exam. 1. ______ is the implementation of systems and practices to increase the sharing of knowledge and information throughout an organization and may be facilitated through practices such as "communities of practice": A. E-Management (E-M) B. Information Management (IM) C. Project Management (PM) D. Software Management (SM) E. Knowledge Management (KM) 2. A manager at a grocery store is trying to figure out why an employee recruitment effort is not performing as expected. This is an example of: A. leading B. organizing C. controlling D. planning 3. According to Mintzberg's work, which of the following is NOT a type of role that managers play? A. Analytical B. Interpersonal C. Informational D. Decisional E. All of these are managerial roles according to Mintzberg. 4. Chris, a manager, attends meetings of the local city government council to lobby for tax breaks for his company. Chris is performing the ________ role. A. figurehead B. leadership C. entrepreneur D. liaison E. technical
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5. An entrepreneur who starts their own business out of a burning desire rather than because they lost a job is called a/an ________. A. opportunity entrepreneur B. unmotivated entrepreneur C. chance entrepreneur D. abnormal entrepreneur E. necessity entrepreneur 6. Robert has the "Big Picture" in his mind of the process by which his company produces applesauce. This is an example of a(n) ______________ skill. A. conceptual B. physical C. intuitive D. technical E. human 7. Conceptual skills are particularly important for _____________ managers. A. top B. general C. first-line D. functional E. middle 8. In management, a multiplier effect refers to “influence beyond one person acting alone.” It results when a manager connects people with A. The Right Resources, Environment, People, and Purpose B. Environment, Organizational Goals, The Right Resources, and People C. Management, Customers, Co-Workers, and Stakeholders D. Organizational Goals, The Right Resources, Environment, and Purpose E. Purpose, Customers, Processes, and The Right Resources
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9. Bob just got a job with Siemens. He is their new Administrator for Human Resources. This makes him a __________ because he is responsible for one organizational activity. A. Middle Manager B. CEO C. Functional Manager D. First-Line Manager E. General Manager 10. George was fired because his workers complained that he never communicated about project updates with them and they never knew what was going on. He did a poor job of sharing information. George failed in his role as a _________. A. Figure Head
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2011 for the course MAN 3025 taught by Professor Lepine during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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PracticeExam1StudentVersionC1_C40 - Sample Exam 1 from...

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