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Mid-Term-Managment Communication-business 100

Mid-Term-Managment Communication-business 100 - Mid-Term...

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Mid-Term Exam October 29, Business 100 Instructions : 1. Remove all items except for your scantron, pencils, and the exam from your desk. Place all items underneath your desk. Please make sure your cell phones, lap top and other devices are off. There is no talking or discussion allowed during the exam. If you have a question, raise your hand and either I or one of the TAs will come to you. Failure to follow these instructions may result from your removal from the classroom. 2. Write your name on both the scantron and your exam. Mark your answer on both your exam and your scantron . GOOD LUCK! Last Name____________________, First Name____________________(Please Print) True or False. Mark the best answer on your scantron and circle the correct answer on your test. Each question has ½ point for a total section point of 10 points. 1 . By focusing on what we have done for you, and emphasizing our efforts, we are using you- view point. A) True B) False 2. Geography does not affect the complexity of communication in an organization. A) True B) False 3. Communication is not collaborative. There is such thing as one-way communication. A) True B) False 4. Depending on the company, teams may or may not require ground rules. A) True B) False 5. In adapting writing to a wide range of educational backgrounds one should write for those in the middle. A) True B) False 6. Because short words tend to communicate better than the long ones, you should prefer them in your writing. A) True B) False 7. In TeamComm Model, individual, organizational , and cultural resources are equally important. A) True B) False
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