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Chapter 10 talks about the management of IS security, referencing threats, safeguards,
and protections that affect the industry. These topics are, without a doubt, some of the
most important things you can learn from this semester be
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The basic issue of corporate strategy: What markets (and how many markets) do we
wish to enter? Fundamentally, corporate-level strategy is concerned with the scope of
diversification, i.e. the relationship of
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Study Guide for MGT 340 Final Exam, Fall 2011
Managerial functions and managerial roles
1. Planning- defining goals, establishing strategies for achieving those goals, and developing plans to
integrate & coordinate activities
Motivation- the result of an interaction between the person and a situation; it is not a personal trait
Energy: a measure of intensity or drive
Direction: toward organizational goals
Persistence: exerting effort t
Social Obligation- A firms engaging in social actions because of its obligation to meet certain
economic and legal responsibilities
Classical View- View that managements only social responsibility is to maximize profits
Socioeconomic View- View that
International expansion: issues and hazards
The liability of foreignness: This is the basic problem that firms seeking to expand
internationally face, and which prevents companies from automatically translating