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STUDY GUIDE EXAM 3 KNOW ALL DEFINITIONS Know the examples of tangible aspects of culture- pg 145 What are situation specific rules? Pg 145 What is represented by collective beliefs, ideals and feelings.. ? pg 146 Define shared assumptions What are the two major challenges that impact the development of culture? Pg 149 List the 6 ways culture is maintained in an organization pg 150 What can leaders do to increase personal power? Pg 150-151 Which type of culture leads to better performance, strong or weak? Pg 153 List and define Hofstede’s 4 cultural values pg 155 Define characteristics of high masculinity pg 156 Define characteristics of collectivist cultures pg 155-156 Where do managerial ethics and strategy begin? 163 List and Define the 6 components of moral intensity 169-170
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Unformatted text preview: Which country had a higher percentage of firms with a code of ethics? 172 List and define the four types of corporate responses 182-183 List and define the 5 criteria that make information useful 188 List and define the different approaches to problem solving – 192 List and define the different cognitive styles- 193 List the 5 steps in the decision making process- 197 Know when each time of heuristic and the framing error occurs? 201 What are the 5 steps in the planning process and what is involved in each step? – 207 What are the benefits of planning? 207-208 Know each type of plan and the time frame for each-209 Know the guidelines for great goals and how each is defined- 215 Define maintenance objectives- 216...
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