Review Guide-MNGT310-Midterm Exams

Terms of the managers behavior towards their

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terms of the managers’ behavior towards their employees. EXPLAIN. b) How is Maslow’s Theory applied to Management? Cite examples from your readings or observations? c) Differentiate Decision quality from Decision acceptance based on the Normative Decision Model d) Contrast the basics of the Situational Leadership Theory Model: D.1.Task behavior is the extent to which the leader spells out the duties and responsibilities of an individual or group. D.2. Relationship behavior is the extent to which the leader engages in two-way or multi-way communication. d) Contrast the components of Follower Maturity, namely: Job maturity- the amount of task-relevant knowledge, experience, skill, and ability that the follower possesses. (i.e. ability, KSA’s) And Psychological maturity- the follower’s self-confidence, commitment, motivation, and self-respect relative to the task at hand (i.e. willingness) e) Expound the four levels of follower/employee readiness: Style 1 - High task and low relationship. The “telling” style is directive. Style 2 - High task and high relationship. The “selling” style is also directive, but in a more persuasive, guiding, manner. Style3 - High relationship and low task. In the “participating” leadership style there is less direction and more collaboration between leader and group members. Style 4 - Low rela tionship and low task. In the “delegating” style, the leader delegates and is kept informed of progress.
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