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mgmt final 2[1] - FALL 2004 MANAGEMENT 3200 FINAL EXAM FORM...

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FALL 2004 MANAGEMENT 3200 FINAL EXAM FORM 6 1. When a manager asks a group of subordinates for their ideas and suggestions about how best to solve a problem ahdthen makes the decision alone, the manager is using the method of decision-making. [B] Consultative I (CI) [C] Group [D] Autocratic!(AI) [E] Autocratic H (AH) TSS-_ : ' ' ' ; - ><\ The lowest performance results from a group ~XV /[A] low cohesiveness and low performance norms. ^ 'ts j high cohesiveness and high performance norms. [C\w cohesiveness regardless of performance norms. When a manager falls-into the rewarding on assumed needs trap, the manager's reward could be considered by the employee as? punishment: / ' . / [B] extinction [C]. positive reinforcement' oflie above. [E] Only A and B. 4. hi the end, the behavioral theory of leadership (the Ohio States Studies) thought which combination of leadership behaviors was best? 77 [A] High Conisderation and High Initialing Structure ^ [B] Low Consideration and High Initiating Structure [C] Low Considerati9n and Low Initiating Structure [D] High Consideration and Low Initiating Structure -.:-;, r?.r-,--. . . -IT*.--a,.*--.,. .-.,- le- ..,. , r--nSf leadership behaviors depended oh the
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r o ' 5. Which of the following is not true concerning equity theory? people desire fairness in the distribution of rewards at work. g&3 when we're treated unfairly it creates tension that we .are motivated to reduce or eliminate. determine if we're being treated fairly or not by our employers by comparing ourselves to others in similar positions. ^ more readily notice unfavorable inequity than favorable inequity, v/ ^ tfieif performzaice, then these l^s^KKi^^^^^^^S^'l^ fciT Jive \. ) All of the following are true concerning the autocratic tell an except "it's a better choice than participation in-goal-setting by subordinates in low trust ^/_ environments, in terms of improving performance. ( to'KA($'*)>{ y} m-eettjHutiating^ ~s~ \J the manager sets the goals for the employee without any employee [D]: it is, in general, inferior to participation in goal-setting by the subordinate in terms of_ ormance. ^increases productivity by increasing acceptance of the goals by the employee. / ^ 7. Given the following situation and its accompanying feasible set which leadership style would you select if you were to use the minimum-man hoursjrule? . Situation 4: AH,CI,CII,&G ./ [A]G \J [B] a [C] en i
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When middle LPC leaders encounter a very favorable situation (Le., good leader-member relations, high task structure, andstrong position power), they will engage in [A] task-oriented leadership. ^^ f'jllvj r f) A A [B] relationship-oriented leadership. aBIeiad^rt^&sMi^^^dirclatiolE iehted leadership, i [D] democratic leadership. [E] laissez-faire leadership.
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