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74. Because of his or her position in an organization, a manager has ________ power over his or her subordinates. 75. To the extent that praise and acknowledgment from a manager can help satisfy such needs as the desire for recognition and acceptance, the manager has a form of ______ power. 76. The threat to transfer someone to a branch office in an undesirable location can be interpreted as a form of ________ power. 77. A key research scientist who possesses information crucial for new scientific breakthroughs exhibits _______ power. 78. _______ power usually surfaces as imitation. 79. In many ways position power is the same as ________.
80. Legitimate, reward, and some aspects of coercive and expert power can all contribute to _______ power. 81. At a minimum, a(n) _______ leader will have position power. 82. ________ will probably result from an attempt to exercise power if the subordinate accepts and identifies with the leader. 83. ________ means the subordinate is willing to carry out the leader's wishes as long as doing so will not require extraordinary effort. 84. _________, a subtle form of referent power, means that a leader behaves in the way he or she wants subordinates to act. 85. _______ power is in many ways the most difficult form of power to exercise. 86. _______ is about all one should expect from using coercive power. 87. Political behavior is viewed as _______ in the political behavior alternative model if it is fair to all parties concerned. 88. Politics often are viewed as synonymous with _________ and therefore as something distasteful and best left to others.
89. When ________, managers simply work within the rules of the organization to increasethe probability that their preferred outcomes will come about. 90. _________ is one effective technique for restraining the impact of political behavior. 91. Political behavior can be limited if the manager can reduce _______. 92. The adage _________ sums up one technique for controlling political activity. forewarned is forearmed93. _______ justice refers to people's perceptions of the fairness with which rewards and other valued outcomes are distributed within the organization. 94. _______ justice refers to the perceived fairness of information used to arrive at decisions.