Which of the following is not a stage of the Kubler Ross Model Depression

Which of the following is not a stage of the kubler

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Which of the following is not a stage of the Kubler-Ross Model? Depression Acceptance Bargaining Contracting Which of the following is not something that the first step of Kotter’s model of change, “building urgency,” trying to do? Communicate the value of the change Promote the sense of urgency to motivate others toward the change Initiate the plan for the change Help to drive the overall mission of the change Kotter acknowledges that creating a sense of Urgency is the most important step in his model. Which of the following is a step in Kotter’s model of change? Bargaining Immobilization Stability Communication
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Which of the following is not an example of how employees react to change? Apathy Fear Increased levels of communication Increased levels of stress The original grief cycle model is known as the Kubler-Ross Model Which of the following is a stage of the Kubler-Ross Model? Pleasure Apathy Acceptance Loss of control The Criticality of Environmental Scanning What does Lean Six Sigma Methodology strive to achieve? Improvement in employee satisfaction levels The development of a new mission statement Reduction in waste An analysis of employee retention rates A methodology used to help reduce waste and inefficiencies within an organization is known as Lean Six Sigma How can competitive rivalry, one of the force fields within Porter’s model, be mitigated and organizations protected? By speaking with competitors about their ideas By joining with competitors through mergers By ensuring that there is strong information regarding who organizational competitors are By gathering intellectual knowledge of what the competitors are doing By asking the competition to change their strategies Which of the following is not one of the five force fields associated with Porter’s model? Threat of substitution Competitive rivalry Joint objective setting Rewarding for performance Buyer power The acronym SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats Which of the following is not a basic step associated with SWOT? Identification of organizational threats Identification of an organization’s weaknesses Identification of an organization’s strengths Identification of an organization’s leadership styles Which of the following is a component of Porter’s model? Threat of acquisition Threat of substitution Threat of new entry Lean Six Sigma Threat of employee performance A technique used by organizations to gather information or competitive intelligence is defined as environmental scanning.
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Porter’s Five Forces model may be used for environmental scanning. Which of the following is not one of Porter’s Five Forces? Threat of new entrants Bargaining power of suppliers Bargaining power of buyers Growth-share matrix Porter’s model is also known as the Five Force Field Analysis UNIT 3 Barriers to Organizational Change Employee feelings and emotions impact change initiatives when employees __________.
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