tif_ch10 - Chapter 10 Developing a Global Management Cadre...

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Chapter 10 – Developing a Global Management Cadre Multiple Choice Questions 1. Reverse culture shock occurs primarily because of the difficulty of ____________. a. reintegration into the home society b. reintegration with friends and family members c. reintegration into the organization (moderate, page 417) d. lack of formal training within the organization 2. Which of the following are components of developing an international cadre? a. preparation b. adaptation c. repatriation d. All of the selections are correct. (moderate, page 417) 3. Many companies do little to minimize the potential effects of ____________. a. overseas assignments b. culture shock c. reverse culture shock (moderate, page 417) d. projected cognitive similarity 4. Successful repatriation is important to the parent company because ____________. a. they have spent so much developing each expatriate b. it signals to the other members that expatriates can be successful c. it improves the ability to recruit new expatriate managers d. All of the selections are correct. (difficult, page 417) 5. ____________ occurs primarily because of the difficulty of reintegration into the organization. a. Reverse culture shock (moderate, page 418) b. Culture shock c. Virtual culture shock d. Assimilation 6. All of the following are examples of support systems recommended by Tung for a successful repatriation program EXCEPT: a. mentor program. b. special career planning unit. c. system to supply information to expatriates. d. repatriation compensation program. (difficult, page 418) 7. All of the following are stages in the expatriate transition process EXCEPT: a. home country exit transition. b. compensation adjustment. (moderate, page 419) c. new country entry transition. d. culture shock. 8. Research on 321 American expatriate spouses shows that effective cross-cultural adjustment by spouses is more likely when ____________. a. firms seek the spouse’s opinion about the assignment b. the spouse initiates his or her own predeparture training c. firms seek the spouse’s opinion on the expected standard of living d. All of the selections are correct. (difficult, page 418) 33
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9. ____________ and ____________ are examples of the home country exit transition. a. Host cultural sensitivity training; predeparture training (difficult, page 419) b. Compensation adjustment; predeparture training c. Host cultural sensitivity training; compensation adjustment d. language training; vertical integration 10. ____________ and ____________ are examples of host country adjustment. a. Acculturation; repatriation b. Acculturation; failure or success (difficult, page 419) c. Acculturation; reverse culture shock d. Repatriation; reverse culture shock 11. Common host country entry issues include all of the following EXCEPT: a. motivation adjustment. (moderate, page 419) b. departure and travel. c.
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tif_ch10 - Chapter 10 Developing a Global Management Cadre...

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