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34. According to Fayol’s The principle that similar activities in an organization should begrouped together under one manager is the essence of the classical perspective known as:a.unity of command.b.division of work.c.unity of direction.d.scalar chain.
435. Which of the following was a key finding in the Hawthorne studies?36. Maslow's hierarchy of needs started with which of following needs?
37. Theory X and Theory Y were developed by:
38. Beth Brant, production supervisor at Trustworthy Tools Mfg., Inc. believes that her
employees dislike work, avoid responsibility, and therefore need to be controlled and directed.Beth is a __________ manager.a.Theory Xb.Theory Yc.Theory Z39. According to Douglas McGregor, the classical perspective on management was based on
__________ assumptions about workers.40. In a(n) __________, every situation is viewed as unique.
41. In order to determine how to deal with a problem employee, Sharon evaluated the employee,
the problem, and the context in which the problem occurred. She is applying which of thefollowing perspectives?Scenario - Britney Marr
The opportunity to gain a foothold in the snack cracker industry had just been found. BritneyMarr, an account executive manager for Baked Wheat Industries, had developed an interest inwheat crackers two months ago when one of her newly hired account execs, Amy Bender, hadconvinced her about the high margins and promising future associated with that market. Marrhad always believed that if you do your homework in hiring the best people, then it only makessense to listen to their recommendations and implement their suggestions.Marr had given her approval to Bender to explore opportunities to move into this promisingnew market. This morning, Bender had reported that the Jackson Corporation had severed itscontract with Feel Good Crackers Incorporated. Apparently, the Feel Good salesman had sharedsensitive information about Jackson at a cocktail party. Bender had already established a goodrelationship with Feel Good buyers, and so she recognized this as an opportunity to expand hermarket into wheat crackers.

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Management, The Land, Douglas McGregor, Melissa, Britney Marr, Roger Duke

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