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29. Nonprofit organizations do not produce goods or services for customers. Page: 8 Element: GT Nature: FA Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 30. Missions and mission statements focus the attention of organizational members and external constituents on the organization’s core purpose. Page: 8 Element: GT Nature: AP Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 31. Mission statements are written to communicate a clear vision with respect to long-term goals and future aspirations. Page: 8 Element: GT Nature: AP Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 32. Mission statements are specifically written for the benefit of an organization’s customers and not the organization’s employees. Page: 8 1-8
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Element: GT Nature: AP Level: Difficult Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 33. A mission is a comprehensive plan that guides organizations to operate in ways that allow them to outperform their competitors. Page: 9 Element: KT Nature: FA Level: Difficult Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 34. Examples of corporate strategies prevalent in business today include: mergers, acquisitions, joint venture, global alliances, restructuring and divestitures. Page: 9 Element: GT Nature: AP Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 35. All organizations need good strategies and sustainable high performance is achieved only when strategies are well implemented. Page: 9 Element: GT Nature: AP Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 36. Knowledge of organizational behavior is especially important in strategy implementation. Page: 9 Element: GT 1-9
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Nature: AP Level: Easy Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 37. Understanding the dynamics of organizational behavior helps managers better mobilize and activate human capital and talents to best implement organizational strategies. Page: 9 Element: GT Nature: AP Level: Easy Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 38. Organizations can be viewed as open systems that obtain resource inputs from the environment and transform them into outputs that are returned to the environment in the form of finished goods or services. Page: 10 Element: KT Nature: FA Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings 39. An open systems perspective places great significance on understanding the relationship between an organization and its environment. Page: 10 Element: GT Nature: FA Level: Moderate Heading: Organizations as Work Settings
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  • Management, Organizational studies and human resource management, Organizational studies

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