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T; T; V I FALL 2005 MANAGEMENT 3200 FINAL EXAM FORM 1 1. ' Leaders who use coercive power to gain compliance with their requests are using what type of consequence to gain compliance? ^ : ^,,1^-7 ^fXU1* at positive reinforcement ' ^\t of the following group situations [DJ^All^pfthe, of the productivity that results? [A] High cohesiveness with low productivity norm. Low cohesiveness with low prpductivit ?Si^i*^gi,!s,sg ii3!^^ es -; i^:-,-:: ;;" ;:-:-:v:rf. : :-:- .V :v>iaLi'-'*~ ~~' [D] Low cohesiveness with high productivity norm. [EJ Any group with a high productivity norm regardless of its cohesiveness. 3./ Which power base best exemplifies supervision? [AJ expert power--" [BJ coercive power [CJ ("EJ reward power t. Which of the following is an example of negative reinforceme } [AJ An iiidividual^/ho increases her sales by 40% is given a brand new Lexus. ~~~ [CJ 'An individual who make suggestions in meetings is ignored by his manager. An individual who arrives late to work for the 1 Oth time this month is fired by her _ boss. ..
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I 5. Which of the following is hygiene factor in Herzberg's 2-factor theory? [A] greater autonomy in making decisions. [B] having a job high on skill variety. : [D] performing a task that is significant. [B^feelings of achievement. You and your co-Worker work as waiters at a local restaurant. You worked forty hours last week and were paid $300 whereas your co-worker worked 20 hours and was paid $150. /O TJil Situation represents "" \ .Equity and equality. I_r.afl _j a. '* ^ [B] Ineguity andjxjuality. h and inequality. it*. '_.-;.i --S-. ~^~- -*- ' ?.-* iove. f 7.) Which of the following is NOT a valid criticism of Herberg's 2-factor theory? the interview data suffered from the self-serving bias. ttagfe^.i-Q'V:^-- ix-v,^- : ,.;. .^^r-^,;^. *-v^^-:,ria: **^ Sj>^L*'_ j,lKe sample on which It's basedis not repfeseritative of the entire work forceVffi^ it has been shown that hygiene factors can motivate people. V it'sa one-best way theory of motivation, v B.] Which of the following is a characteristic of a formal group? ' ' ..... ^^m>'~ *" -j" 'it helps to satisfy an employee's social needs.j it may not support the organization's goals.l JWit develops naturally. 'it emphasizes personal and social relations.
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is to 7'heory Y. [CJ "catch people doing things right" management; "leave-alone zap" management [D] in-group members; out-group members [EJ democratic leadership; autocratic leadership ry, relatedness needs are similar to Maslow's [AJ social needs .^ [B] physiological needs [CJ esteem needs The fact that groups allow us to verify our perception's of our jobs, an organization's reward system, a supervisor' behavior, etc., reflects the facts' that groups: [A] satisfy our social needs. [B] socialize usj
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