25. Janet, a manager at HollyOak Systems, is known for her passionate and people-friendly ways. Janet knows allher employees well and trusts them to do the right thing for the company. Any new project starts with an initialbriefing from her, after which the teams are given complete freedom to determine the tasks and timeline for thatproject. From time to time, Janet gives the teams feedback about the progress of their projects. In this scenario,Janet can be regarded as a(n): 26. Stephen is a very efficient and driven manager who makes all the decisions himself. He comes across as a veryassertive person who often directs his employees on what needs to be done. To motivate his employees, hemostly uses monetary bonuses as rewards. In this scenario, Stephen can be regarded as a(n) _____. 27. Which of the following statements is true about employee empowerment? 28. Elvin, a manager at Humble Bee Cereals, is faced with the problem of declining sales. After a thoroughexamination of the situation, he comes up with two courses of action. He contemplates whether to improve thepackaging or offer price discounts to boost the sales of the cereals. Identify the step of decision making in whichElvin is involved. 29. Eliza, a manager at True Omega Inc., is faced with the problem of a drastic drop in the performance ofemployees. She needs to come up with a course of action that will boost employee productivity. She conductsemployee surveys and holds discussions with other managers to create a list of possible courses of action forimproving employee productivity. In this scenario, Eliza is _____ as a part of the decision-making process. 30. Which of the following is the final step in the decision-making process?
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