ConcordiaCCMgmtTestOneSpring2011

ConcordiaCCMgmtTestOneSpring2011 - TRUE OR FALSE(1.5 marks...

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TRUE OR FALSE (1.5 marks each – 30 marks) Answer with a True or False. 1. Although culture is an important variable in understanding international management, it falls well short of affecting how people think and behave. FALSE 2. In a study of the differences in work values across cultures, it was found that U.S. managers place high value on deference to superiors, on company commitment, and on the cautious use of aggressiveness and control. FALSE 3. Value systems across national boundaries often are different. TRUE 4. There is a reasonably weak relationship between the level of success achieved by managers and their personal values. FALSE 5. In societies with high power distance, strict obedience is found even at the upper levels of organizations. TRUE 6. Countries with low uncertainty-avoidance cultures have a great deal of structuring of organizational activities, more written rules, less risk-taking by managers, lower labor turnover, and less ambitious employees.
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course BUSINESS CEMN taught by Professor Mariablazkiewicz during the Spring '11 term at Concordia Canada.

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