1. Which of the following Freudian ideas is most consistent with contemporary
psychological research findings?
The conscience is largely formed in the
process of resolving the Oedipus complex.
People generally protect themselves by
Chapters 13 thru 19
_ is defined as all the ways in which people differ.
Inclusive dimensions of diversity include:
Designing Adaptive Organizations
All organizations wrestle with structural design and
The deployment of organizational resources to achieve
Division of labor
Lines of authority
Diversity in the Workplace
The differences people bring to the workplace
The workforce is changing as organizations
build cohesive teams:
Unprecedented generational diversity
Managing Human Resources
Strategic Human Resource Management
Building Human Capital to Drive Performance
Strategic decisions are related to human
More companies rely on information, creativity,
Gilded Age Society
1900 census (76 million population)
-12% of population
-Earned > $5000 per year family income
1900 = $143,598.07 in 2015
$1 million= $28,719,614.61 million in 2015
- Top 1% earned more than the aggre
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS
Dr. Michael Barry
Instructions: Your exam must be typed on separate paper and turned in as a hard copy.
Everything must be typed, with the only exception being any math expressions or graphs.
Lemieux, Pattie: Pattie taught high school for thirty years
in Denver, Colorado. When she retired, she moved with her
husband to Renfrew Island where she has settled down to
follow her passion and write fiction full time. Her work has
appeared in several
Chapter 4: The cell
Chapter 5: The working cell
Chapter 6: Cell respiration
Explain the general function of cell respiration
Describe the differences between aerobic and
State the summary equation for aerobic
Chapter 11 & 12
Describe the process of cell differentiation and
how humans develop
Creating the next generation
egg to form
Until a baby is formed
March 12, 2017
Case Study: The Office
For this situation, we will examine the information given to us about the Krista Acklen
circumstance. We can comprehend that Krista grew up as a splendid individual who
The decision I would make if I were in Beatrices situation is option 3 Create a new position at
the firm that will allow Firoz to do the reports and reconciliations for several account managers, freeing
the account assis
Managing Change and Innovation
Innovation and the Changing
The adoption of a new idea or behavior by an
Change and innovation can come from outside
Managers want to initiate
change from the inside
Pros for #1
Makes the company look environmentally friendly
Focuses on fixing the environment
Fundamentally covering the environmental problems, they are creating by solving them through
a campaign to make their company environment frie
While attending college, Saeb impulsively and carelessly spends all his time
and money on wine, women, and song. Freud would have suggested that
Saeb shows signs of a(n):
1. The perception that one can strongly influence the outcome and destiny of one's
own life exemplifies:
the reality principle.
the spotlight effect.
the pleasure principle.
an internal locus of control.
1. Shortly after receiving a traffic ticket for speeding, Fred made numerous hostile
comments to his wife about the incompetence of women drivers. Fred's
comments illustrate most clearly the defense mechanism of:
Study Guide Final Exam
Chapter 6Understanding the Management Process
Name and define the four basic functions of the management process
Understand the difference between strategic, tactical, operational and contingency
Understand the difference b
1. Personality is best defined as an individual's:
characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,
most noticeable characteristics.
biologically inherited temperament.
hidden thoughts and emotions.
2. People with high self
1. People's scores on personality tests often fail to predict their behavior in a reallife situation. According to Walter Mischel, this should make us more cautious
1. According to Freud's theory, the behavior of a newborn is controlled by:
the collective unconscious.
all of the above.
2. Which perspective most clearly emphasizes the interactive effects of int
Homework on Outsourcing Decisions
Suppose a Roasted Olive restaurant is considering whether to (1) bake bread for its
restaurant in-house or (2) buy the bread from a local bakery. The chef estimates that
variable costs of making each loaf include $0.52 of
Regular Pricing Considerations
Price-taker or Price-setter?
Generic consumer products and services
Starts with the market price of the product
The price customers are willing to pay
Making special order and pricing decisions
Suppose the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, has approached HobbyCardz with a special order. The Hall of Fame wishes to purchase 57,000 baseball card
packs for a special promotional campaign and of
If the expected increase in revenues exceeds the expected increase in costs, the
company should accept the special order. When setting prices, the company must
consider its target profit goal, how much customers will pay for the product, and whether
Short-Term Business Decisions
Describe and identify information relevant to business decisions
How Managers Make Decisions
1. Expected future data
2. Differs among alternatives
Relevant and Irrelevant Costs
1. Which theory has been most severely criticized for offering after-the-fact
explanations without advancing testable predictions?
2. Kelsey is consistent