Exam 1A Review Plus Clicker Q & A

E stupid people with no skills can succeed easily the

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Unformatted text preview: e zones, facilities, and location are no longer hard constraints on accomplishing tasks. e) Stupid people with no skills can succeed easily. The difference between human capital and social capital is ___________ . A. Social capital just happens; it can’t be built. B. Human capital involves potential, but social capital signifies what’s been done. C. Social capital involves potential, but human capital signifies what’s been done. D. Human capital takes into account relationships, goodwill, trust, and cooperation. E. None of the above Organizational Culture overview session 19 A definition… What is the process of forming and What maintaining developmental relationships between a supervisor or other experienced employee and a junior person? employee A. Senior leadership B. Mentoring C. Socialization D. Orientation D. Values, Norms, and Employee Behavior What do we call the values and norms What that actually are exhibited or converted into employee behavior? converted A. Espoused values B. Valued behavior C. Enacted values D. Basic assumptions _____ is a type of culture in which employees are encouraged to approach tasks forcefully in order to protect their status and job security. a) a) b) c) d) e) Passive-aggressive Passive-defensive Aggressive-defensive Constructive None of the above All the following are aspects or functions of an organization's culture, except _______ . A. It promotes social system stability. B. It reflects shared assumptions. C. Its development is influenced by its national culture. D. It is often shaped largely by its founders' values. E. It is shaped largely by the current mood of its employees. If Workaday Indust...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2014 for the course BMGT 341 taught by Professor Martinfogelman during the Spring '12 term at SUNY Albany.

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