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23) The value of the Hawthorne studies to OB lay in their discovery that:A) physical working condition had no impact on worker productivity.B) employee productivity and job satisfaction were directly related to the supervision they received.C) human needs, attitudes, motives, and relationships were important to worker performance.D) there is a most effective way to organize every work team, although it will vary among teams.Answer:
CDiff: 2 Page Ref: 10AACSB: Reflective Thinking24) Fayol's principles of classical organizational theory include:
DDiff: 1 Page Ref: 1125) Employees performing very specialized jobs, whether they are blue collar workers or managers, are an example of which principle of organizational theory?
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You can buy the complete file from 26) Max Weber's contribution to organizational behavior lay in his search for:
CDiff: 1 Page Ref: 1127) An organization in which there are a lot of formal rules, people are treated in an impersonal manner, jobs are carefully divided into specialized tasks, and employees must check with their supervisors before making decisions, exemplifies:A) scientific management theory.B) the application of a human relations approach.C) contingency management theory.D) an ideal bureaucracy.Answer:
DDiff: 2 Page Ref: 1128) Written guidelines that are used to control all employee behaviors refer to what characteristicof an ideal bureaucracy?
BDiff: 1 Page Ref: 1129) The pursuit of efficiency refers to what characteristic of an ideal bureaucracy?
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