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intensityCorrect Answer:  ethical intensityQuestion 133 out of 3 points________ are the expectations that a company will voluntarily serve a social role beyond its economic, legal, and ethical responsibilities.AnswerSelected Answer:Correct Answer:  Discretionary responsibilitiesQuestion 143 out of 3 pointsAfter identifying the problem in the basic model of ethical decision-making, the next step is to ________.AnswerSelected Answer:
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Correct Answer:  identify the constituentsQuestion 153 out of 3 pointsSecondary stakeholders are important to a company because ________.AnswerSelected Answer:Correct Answer:  they can affect public perceptions and opinionsQuestion 163 out of 3 pointsThe ________ approach to decision-making is a method in which an individual or a subgroupis assigned the role of a critic.AnswerSelected Answer: devil's advocacyCorrect Answer:  devil's advocacyQuestion 173 out of 3 points
________ are types of standing plans.AnswerSelected Answer:Correct Answer:  Policies and proceduresQuestion 180 out of 3 pointsAccording to the S.M.A.R.T. guidelines, goals should be ________.AnswerSelected Answer:  AggregatedCorrect Answer:  TimelyQuestion 193 out of 3 pointsAfter earning $8 billion in profit, Royal Dutch/Shell decided to strive to double its profits within the next five years.Which classical management function would be instrumental in achieving this goal?AnswerSelected Answer:  planningCorrect Answer:  
planningQuestion 203 out of 3 pointsThe use of ________ in planning produces a false sense of certainty and is often cited as one of the major pitfalls of planning.AnswerSelected Answer:  assumptionsCorrect Answer:  assumptionsQuestion 213 out of 3 points________ is responsible for developing strategic plans that make clear how the company willserve customers and is responsible for developing strategic plans that make clear how the company will serve customers and position itself against competitors in the next two to five years.AnswerSelected Answer:Top managementCorrect Answer:  Top managementQuestion 223 out of 3 points
________ can help organizations to maintain flexibility as they plan.AnswerSelected Answer:Correct Answer:  Options-based planningQuestion 233 out of 3 pointsWhat type of planning would be used to create the festivities necessary to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of a furniture manufacturer?AnswerSelected Answer:  single-use planCorrect Answer:  single-use planQuestion 243 out of 3 pointsWhich of the following is a possible outcome of planning?AnswerSelected Answer:
Correct Answer:  Planning may harm individual and organizational performance.Question 253 out of 3 pointsWho is primarily responsible for developing operational plans?AnswerSelected Answer:lower-level managersCorrect Answer:  lower-level managersQuestion 263 out of 3 pointsAt a canning factory, new employees were instructed never to wear loose-fitting clothes 

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