Ashley Daniel, Raven Lane, Charles Wu, Mathew Williams, Daniel Chin
Shortcuts in Perceptions
Dont judge a book by its cover. Since we were young, weve been told not to make
unfair judgments on a person before getting to know them. But as humans, we like s
Provide an example of a group in which you participated where social loafing (where someone
put forth less effort because they were part of a group) occurred. To what did you attribute the
social loafing when it occurred? How did the group handle it? Thin
Optional Self-Assessment 1 (SA1)
Based on your score and feedback on the self-assessment, how ready are you to succeed as an
I am almost ready to succeed as an online learner according to wh
1. If you were creating a video or manual on time management, would you make any
changes to what was presented? If not, why not? If so, what would they be?
I would update the video to go a little bit beyond what exactly it was by a
The video on Time Management from Dartmouth did not directly address
the additional stresses experienced by students who commute to school
and who work part or full time in addition to being full time students. It is
also rather old (I've tried to find a
Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY
Management 3300: A Behavioral Approach
NET 1 and NET 2 Sections Spring 2015 as of Jan 11, 2015
Instructor Contact Information
Professor: Hannah R. Rothstein
Office Phone: 646-312-3635
Office Location VC 9-2
(a) Support claim that 21st Century Americans are more stressed than their predecessors.
Over time as our environment has rapidly changed and it has become relatively uncertain. Our
environment is changing faster than we can or than we can keep up with i
Self Assessment 1 (SA1)
Online Learning Readiness
Before enrolling in an online course, you should first assess your readiness for stepping into the online learning
environment. Your answers to the following questions will help you determine
Management: A Behavioral Approach (MGT 3300)
Optional Self Assessment 2 (SA2)
Friday, October 3, 2014
Locus of Control Test
My taking the Locus of Control survey, I ended up with a score of 80, which translates to an
internal locus of
The video on Time Management from Dartmouth did not directly address the additional stresses
experienced by students who commute to school and who work part or full time in addition to
being full time students. It is also rather old (I've tried to find a
Chapter 3: Organizational Culture, Socialization, and Mentoring
Organized Culture set of shared, taken-for-granted implicit assumptions that a group holds and that
determines how it perceives, thinks about, and reacts to its various environments.
Chapter 5: Cultures Key Individual Differences and the Road to Success
Self-Concept Sociologist Viktor Gecas the concept the individual has of himself as a physically, social,
and spiritual or moral being. You recognize yourself as a distinct human being.
2. How is Mr. Machionne trying to improve the PE fit of his direct reports?
As stated in the previous answer, Machionne is attempting to change the culture of the
organization to focus more on financial performance. He believes that in order to be success
Question 3: To what extent are LeasePlans efforts consistent with recommendations derived from
Alice Eagly and Linda Carli? Discuss.
In 2007, researchers Alice Eagly and Linda Carli published a book called Through the Labyrinth
which discusses their resea
Summer 2016 - Mid-Term Management a Behavioral Approach
Barriers to Diversity (Chapter 2):
1. Inaccurate stereotypes Belief that differences are viewed as weaknesses and therefore
diversity hiring means sacrificing competence and quality.
Chapter 6: Values, Attitudes, Job Satisfaction, and Counterproductive Work Behaviors
Attitude a learned predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner with
respect to a given object. Relate only to behavior directed toward spe
Chapter 4: International OB: Managing Across Cultures
Culture set of beliefs and values about what is desirable and undesirable in a community of people,
and a set of formal or informal practices to support the values. Has prescriptive (what people should
Chapter 1: Organizational Behavior: The Quest for People-Centered Organizations and Ethical Conduct
Organization system of consciously coordinated activities or forces of two or more persons. Social
invention helping us to achieve things collectively that
Chapter 2: Managing Diversity: Releasing Every Employees Potential
Sexual Harassment unwanted sexual attention that creates an adverse or hostile work environment.
Diversity multitude of individual differences and similarities that exist among people. Not
Question 4: Where would you locate Whole Foods on Carrolls global corporate social
responsibility pyramid in figure 1-3? Explain.
The global corporate social responsibility pyramid is a model created by Archie B Caroll,
a business ethics scholar from the
Determining Your Leadership Style
1. Based on this exercise, what was your most predominant leadership style? Is this
consistent with what you would have predicted in advance?
My predominant leadership style, based on this exercise, was participating. Yes