Question 1705 out of 05 points In the entrepreneur role managers adapt

Question 1705 out of 05 points in the entrepreneur

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Question 170.5 out of 0.5 pointsIn the entrepreneur role, managers adapt themselves, their subordinates, and their units to incremental change.
Question 180.5 out of 0.5 pointsEastman Kodak owns a company that manufactures dental radiation equipment. The company, whichis run as an independent unit, has experienced excessive financial losses the last three years. The ____ for the company would be expected to develop the long-term plans needed to make the company profitable.
Question 190.5 out of 0.5 pointsWainscott Finch, a Fortune 500management consulting firm, conducts Project Management Preparatory Academies for its clients in which participants spend 70 hours learning how to create a differential competitive advantage through their employees. Why?
Question 200.5 out of 0.5 points____ is best known for developing the five functions of managers and the fourteen principles of management.
Question 210.5 out of 0.5 points
In the decisional role of ____, managers adapt themselves, their subordinates, and their units to incremental change.
Question 220.5 out of 0.5 pointsInternational Steel Group (ISG)As the day shift supervisor at the steel plant, you summon the six college students who are working for you this summer doing whatever you need done (sweeping up, sandblasting the inside ofboilers that are down for maintenance, running errands, etc.). You walk them across the plant to a field where the company stores scrap metal “leftovers.” The area, about the size of a football field, is stacked with organized piles of metal. You explain that everything they see has just been sold. Metal prices, which have been depressed, have finally risen enough that the company can earn a small profit by selling its scrap.You point out that railroad tracks divide the field into parallel sectors, like the lines on a football field, so that each stack of metal is no more than 15 feet from a track. Each stack contains 390 pieces of metal. Each piece weighs 92 pounds and is about a yard long and just over 4 inches high and 4 inches wide. You tell the students that, working as a team, they are to pick up each piece, walk up a ramp to a railroad car positioned next to each stack, and then neatly position and stack the metal for shipment. That’s right, you repeat, 92 pounds, walk up the ramp, and carry the metal onto the rail

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