93.A person who is oriented toward task and technical concerns and has a low tolerance for ambiguity is ______ in his decision-making style. A. analyticalB. behavioralC. conceptualD. directiveE. heuristic 94.Ryan is an efficient manager who is very good at meeting his deadlines and quite decisive. Still, his employees find him to be too controlling at times and unable to see the long-term consequences of his actions. Ryan is most likely ______ in his decision-making style. 95.Charlie has a reputation for being slow to reach a final decision but being able to decide a reasoned course of action regardless of the uncertainty. He is very thorough in collecting information and evaluating more alternatives than other managers are. Charlie is most likely ______ in his decision-making style. 96.Karl is very creative and prefers to look at the long-term issues when making a decision. He considers a wide variety of possible actions based on an open mind about the possibilities. Sometimes his coworkers find him indecisive because of these tendencies. Karl is probably ______ in his decision-making style. 97.Savannah is a warm and likeable manager who is extremely supportive of her employees, but she sometimes doesn't say no when she needs to and is somewhat passive in enforcing her decisions. Her decision-making style is most likely A. analytical.B. heuristic.C. behavioral.D. conceptual.E. directive.
98.Scott has received training in resolving ethical dilemmas and currently oversees the development of an ethical code for his workplace. Scott is a(n) 99.A graph of decisions and their possible consequences is known as a(n) 100.According to Harvard professor Constance Bagley, ethical decisions can be facilitated with a(n) 101.Which of the following questions about a proposed action is NOT a key question in Bagley's ethical decision tree? A. Is it legal?B. Does it maximize shareholder value?C. Is it ethical?D. Would it be ethical not to do it?E. Should the effect of it be disclosed to shareholders?
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