Cascade Simulation Reflection Paper
How human perceptions and group dynamics affect our behavior and outcomes
My group and I rented a cabin in the Cascade mountain range. We planned on
traveling by helicopter, but a radio weather bulle
Working in a team environment can be challenging, especially when youre working with
people that you have just met and when you have no time to break the ice. However, we all had
one goal in common: we were all students
Executive Report: Organizational Structure and Design
The organizational structure of Zigman & Zigman CPA consists 3 members, of Robert
Zigman, Ms. Zigman, and Dan DeRenzo. Robert and Lisa are the two partners of the firm, while
Dan is t
Cascade Simulation Reflection
The Cascades Simulation is one of many survival simulations that are designed to teach
teams how to challenge and improve our team decision making skills as well as rational and
interpersonal skills. In the
Note on Bond Valuation and Returns
1. Consider a bond with a par value of $1000 to be paid in 7 years, a coupon rate of
5%, and a required annual yield of 12%. Assume that coupon payments are made
annually to bond holders, and that the
I-A-2. WHAT'S MY JUNGIAN 16-TYPE PERSONALITY?
This assessment was scored by counting one point for each item listed below that you selected in the
Score for | Score for E Score for 8 Score for N Score for T Score for F Scor
I-D-1. AM | A PROGRASTINATOR?
Your score will range from 0 to 52. The score was calculated by adding the individual responses for the 13
Your score is: 28
Analysis and Interpretation
Procrastination is a tendency to postpone, d
II-B-1. WHAT'S MY LEADERSHIP STYLE?
1. For items 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20,34, and 35, mark those where you responded with an S or N.
2. Forthe remaining items 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11,13, 14,15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,
I-A-1. WHAT'S MY BASIC PERSONALITY?
Your personality score was automatically calculated by adding the points as follows. Items marked with an
asterisk were reverse-scored.
Items 1, 6, and 11* Extroversion You scored 1 1
Items 2*, 7, a
I-D-3. HOW DO MY ETHICS RATE?
No decision is completely value-free. It undoubtedly will have some ethical dimensions. This instrument presents
philosophical positions and practical situations. Rather than specify "right" answers, this
l-E-1. WHAT'S MY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE SCORE?
This score was calculated by adding your responses to the ten items, with items 2 and 3 reverse-scored (i.e., 5 points for a
1 and 1 point fora 5).
Your score is: 35
Analysis and Interpre
I-A-3. AM | A TYPE-A?
The scores were calculated by adding the chosen numbers on the seven questions, and then multiplying by 3.
Your score is: 102
Analysis and Interpretation
This instrument measures the degree to which you're compet
Syllabus as of 24 Aug 2015
BMGT 364 Managing People and Organizations
Course Syllabus (Fall 2015)
Judith A. Gebhardt, LMFT, PhD
Phone (Office & Mobile):
See .ppt from Session 1; also on my email
Chapter 9 Foundations of Group Behavior
Defining and Classifying Groups
Group: two or more individuals interacting and interdependent, who have come
together to achieve a particular purpose
Formal: designated work group defined by an organizations struct
Exam 3 Chapter Outlines
Chapter 13: Power and Politics
A Definition of Power
Power: refers to a capacity that A has to influence the behavior of B so B acts
in accordance with As wishes.
The most important aspect of power is that it is a function of dep
Hausser Food Products Company Case Analysis
Hauser Food Products Company is in the business of selling baby food and
has been the leading producer and marketer in the United States. Throughout the
1990s, HFP has had extr
Leverage Your Personality Type
Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test
Extravert(11%) Sensing(12%) Feeling(25%) Judging(11%)
slight preference of Extraversion over Introversion (11%)
slight preference of