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23. The ________ principle helps preserve the concept of an unbroken line of authority. (Points : 1) chain of command cross-functionality span of control centralization unity-of-command
24. The ________ refers to the number of subordinates that a manager directs. (Points : 1)
25. The best definition for centralization is a situation in which decision making ________. (Points : 1)
26. The primary or dominant values that are accepted throughout the organization are known as ________. (Points : 1)
27. A strong culture can act as a substitute for which of the following? (Points : 1) socialization social support formalization institutionalization
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organizational rules 28. In recent years, ________ has become the primary concern in acquisitions and mergers. (Points : 1)
29. The selection process helps sustain the organization's culture by ________. (Points : 1)
30. Top management has a major impact on the organization's culture through ________. (Points : 1)
31. The process through which employees are adapted to an organization's culture is called ________. (Points : 1) socialization institutionalization mentoring personalization intimidation
32. You are new to an organization and do not really know what to expect about the socialization process. You are a recent M.B.A. and have an undergraduate degree in computer science. Your new firm is a software development company with an emphasis in the health care industry. Your hiring process includes campus interviews, a day-long trip to interview at the company, an offer phone call and letter, and some promotional material sent via the mail. When you arrive for your first day of work, you spend half a day in an orientation session with Human Resources, where you complete paperwork and receive a company handbook. Then you spend the rest of the day with your supervisor, who gives you a tour, introduces you to your co-workers, and explains your

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