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149.What prediction can you make when the ability-job fit is poor?150.How can managers shape employee behavior?151.Give an example of a fixed-ratio schedule for paying employees and an example of a variable-ratio schedule for payment.(Page 50)152.How might a lottery be used to reduce absenteeism?153.What is the relationship between age and productivity, turnover and satisfaction?
154.What is ability? What are the two sets of factors comprising ability? 155.
Identify the five steps of a typical OB Mod program.(Page 52)COMPREHENSIVE ESSAYS156.Discuss classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and social learning.(Pages 44-47)157.Discuss the four processes management should include when creating employee training programs. (Pages 52-54)Chapter 3 Values, Attitudes, and Job SatisfactionMULTIPLE CHOICEValues1.represent basic convictions that “a specific mode of conduct or end state of existence is personally or socially preferable to an opposite mode of conduct.”
( Moderat p. 63)2.The content attribute states a value is:( Moderat p. 63)3.When we rank an individual’s values in terms of his/her , we obtain the person’s value system.( Moderat p. 63)4.Values are bestdescribed as:a. flexible.b.synonymous with attitudes.c.consistent among occupational groups.
fairly stable over time.
( Moderat p. 64)
Answers available at bit.ly/32df96d5.Rokeach studied instrumental values and:( Moderat p. 64)6.Rokeach found that the instrumental value of ambitious (hardworking and aspiring) people was related to the terminal value of:( Challenging; Exh. 3-1; p. 65)7.According to Rokeach,( Moderat p. 64)
values refer to desirable end-states of existence.
Answers available at bit.ly/32df96d8.Which of the following was ranked as the highest terminal value by executives?a.family securityb. self-respectc. equalityd. freedom( Challenging; Exh. 3-2; p. 65)