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49. It has been said that __________ represented the transition from scientific management to the early human relations movement. a. the Hawthorne studies b. Weber's model of traditional, charismatic, and rational-legal authority c. Douglas McGregor's theory X and theory Y contrasting views of management d. Henri Fayol's theory of administrative management e. Chester Barnard's theory on authority ANS: A DIF: E OBJ: 4 NOT: Recall 50. Which of the following management scholars proposed the theory X and theory Y models of management? 51. Suppose that you are self-motivated and self-directed toward achieving your company's goals. If this were the case, you would probably fit into which of McGregor's categories of people? 52. Abby Wheeler has been the manager of an accounting department for twenty years. Over the years, she has come to believe that employees dislike work and will avoid it if at all possible. Abby fits McGregor's notion of a __________ manager. 41
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53. Larry Willes has been a manager at Mass Mutual Life Insurance for ten years. He believes that employees enjoy work and are self-motivated and self-directed toward achieving organizational goals. Larry's beliefs fit which of McGregor's notions? a. theory X b. theory A c. theory C d. theory K e. theory Y ANS: E DIF: E OBJ: 4 NOT: Application 54. As a manager of a fast food establishment, Dave Terpstra believed that he had to coerce and threaten his teenage employees to get them to work effectively in the restaurant. Mr. Terpstra is a proponent of which type of management style? 55. Which of the following is not an assumption of the theory Y management? 56. Which of the following ideas/thoughts are not associated with Chester Barnard?
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