________. Question options: A) B) C) D) demographic trends social trends cultural trends
legal requirementsE) nature of the workforce Question 7 4 / 4 points Which of the following best represents deep-level similarity?Question options: colleagues who both come from the same neighborhood in Alabama employees who are college graduates with a degree in business management employees who speak Spanish and share similar religious beliefs
employees in their mid-thirties with 10 years' work experience in the publishing industry Question 8 4 / 4 points Selective information processing is a major source of resistance to change. It indicates that ________. Question options: changes in organizational patterns may threaten the expertise of specialized groups so these groups tend to resist change individuals hear what they want to hear and they ignore information that challenges the world they've created limited changes in subsystems tend to be nullified by the larger system
groups in the organization that control sizable resources often resist change even if individuals want to change their behavior, group norms may act as a constraint Question 9 4 / 4 points Jeremy Samuels works in a police department in California. His job often requires him to observe clues that criminals leave behind. His job is to analyze these clues, which helps the department catch the criminal. Which of the following dimensions of intellectual ability does Samuels most likely have?Question options: spatial visualization perceptual speed extent flexibility
dynamic flexibility number aptitude Question 10 4 / 4 points Which of the following is an example of an individual source of resistance to change?Question options: A) B) C) limited focus of change product orientation fear of the unknown
D) E) structural inertia employee orientation Question 11 4 / 4 points The approach to evaluation that uses feedback from those who have daily contact with an employee (everyone from mailroom personnel to customers to bosses to peers) is termed ________. Question options: critical incidents 360-degree evaluation
multiperson comparisons downward evaluation Question 12 4 / 4 points
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