A organizational control b directional engineering c

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a. Organizational control b. Directional engineering c. Coordination d. Just-in-time management e. Structural design implementation ANS: A DIF: E OBJ: 1 NOT: Recall 2. Mary Holland is an executive vice president of Castle Entertainment. Mary's primary focus is to make sure that all of the planning, leading, and organizing that takes place at her company goes as it should. From this description, we know that Mary's primary focus is a. planning. b. directing. c. control. d. supervising. e. organizing. ANS: C DIF: M OBJ: 1 NOT: Application 3. After her promotion, Tricia Sharp was responsible for setting the standards of performance, measuring actual performance, comparing actual performance with standards, and responding to deviations. What managerial function is Tricia now responsible for? 4. The managerial function that helps to ensure that all other managerial functions are occurring as designed is called 5. Which of the following is a form of control in an organization? 119
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6. The process of control involves four steps: setting standards of performance, measuring actual performance, comparing actual performance with standards, and a. anticipating problems. b. responding to deviations. c. communication. d. employee empowerment. e. statistical process control. ANS: B DIF: E OBJ: 2 NOT: Recall 7. Charles Hurwitz is the CEO of Maxxam Corporation. In his job, Mr. Hurwitz focuses on setting standards of performance, measuring actual performance, comparing actual performance with standards, and responding to deviations. Mr. Hurwitz focuses on 8. The basic process of control involves all of the following steps except which one? 9. The first step in the process of control is
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