Rites and rituals are the planned and unplanned

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38.Rites and rituals are the planned and unplanned activities and ceremonies that are used to celebrate important events or accomplishments in the organization. True False
39.Hierarchical structures are less likely to embed an orientation toward control and authority than a flatter organization.
40.Organizational citizenship is defined as the process by which a person learns the values, norms, and required behaviors which permit him or her to participate as a member of the organization.
41.The three phases of organizational socialization are anticipatory, encounter, and retrospective.
42.Programs that help employees to integrate, assimilate, and transition to new jobs by making them familiar with corporate policies, procedures, culture, and politics are called realistic job previews. True False
43.Effective onboarding programs result in increased retention, productivity, and rates of task completion for new hires.
44.More and more organizations use socialization tactics to reinforce a culture that promotes ethical behavior.
45.Mentoring is the process of forming and maintaining intensive and lasting developmental relationships between a variety of developers and a junior person.
46.The two general functions of mentoring are coaching and delegation. True False
47.The variety of people within his or her network that an individual uses for developmental purposes is called the network's strength.
48.A developmental network that is low in terms of its diversity, and high in terms of its strength, is classified as traditional.
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49.A developmental network that is low in terms of its diversity, and low in terms of its strength, is classified as opportunistic.
50.An individual should foster a broad developmental network because the number and quality of contacts will influence his or her career success. True False
51.The set of shared, taken-for-granted implicit assumptions that a group holds and that determines how it perceives, thinks about, and reacts to its various environments is called:
52.Which of the following is nota driver or cause of organizational culture?

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