MGT502 Organizational Behaviour Solved MCQs Set 4

A s ocial b phys iological c s afety d s elf

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Unformatted text preview: 's hierarchy of needs? a) s ocial b) phys iological c) s afety d) s elf-actualization e) es teem Ans wer d) s elf-actualization ___________ justice is the perceived fairness of process used to determine the distribution of rew ards. a) Procedural b) Dis tributive c) Relative d) Interactional e) Organizational Ans wer a) Procedural According to expectancy theory, for employees to be motivated: a) rewards are irrelevant and perform ance is the key driver for m otivation b) perform ance m us t be indirectly linked to rewards http://www.vuzs.net/mcq s/212- mg t502- or g anizational- behaviour /5912- mg t502- or g anizational- behaviour - solved- mcq s- set- 4.html?tmpl= component&pr int= 1… 3/13 1/23/2014 M GT502 Or g anizational Behaviour Solved M CQs Set 4 c) their com pens ation m us t be increm ental d) perform ance m us t be directly linked to rewards e) they can expect to work les s but s till find financial benefits Ans wer e) they can expect to work les s but s till find financial benefits W hich of the follow ing is outside the scope of role expectations? a) It is one's own view of how one s hould behave or act b) role s tereotypes are derived from expectations c) it is how others believe one s hould act in a given s ituation d) behaviour can be determ ined from expectations e) the ps ychological contract aids in identifying m utual role expectations by em ployee and em ployer Ans wer a) It is one's own view of how one s hould behave or act W hich of the follow ing teams primarily use computer technology to tie together physically dispersed member in order to achieve a common goal? a) virtual b) quality circle c) cros s -functional d) problem -s olving e) s kunkworks Ans wer a) virtual Retranslating a sender's communication message describes: a) decoding b) the channel c) feedback d) the m es s age e) encoding Ans wer a) decoding Your supervisor embarrasses you by constantly telling sexual jokes and making sexual comments. Although he has never directly asked you to sleep w ith him, you feel threatened and are so uncomfortable that it is difficult for you to do your job. A bas ic problem in this s ituation is that: a) your s upervis or probably has nothing better to do b) your perception is probably very different from your s upervis or's c) there is an unequal power relations hip between your s upervis or and you d) this is not clearly s exual haras s m ent, s ince he has not reques ted that you give him s exual favours e) your clothes are probably too s ugges tive Ans wer c) there is an unequal power relations hip between your s upervis or and you W hich behavioural science discipline contributes to OB's understanding of group decision-making processes? a) s ocial ps ychology b) political s cience c) ps ychology d) anthropology e) s ociology Ans wer a) s ocial ps ychology How does selective perception w orks as a shortcut in judging other people? a) s uch obs ervations allow us to arrive at warranted judgem ents quickly b) It allows us to "s peed-read" without the ris k of inaccurate conclus ions c) Bits and pieces of what we obs erve allow us to judge people with com plete accuracy d) bits and pieces of what we obs erve are s electively chos en according to our interes ts and background e) Bits and pieces of what we obs erve are chos en random ly Ans wer d) bits and pieces of what we obs erve are s electively chos...
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2014 for the course COMM 329 taught by Professor Other during the Spring '12 term at The University of British Columbia.

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