Chapter 18 Foundations of Control
WHAT IS CONTROL AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
1. Control is the process of monitoring activities to ensure that they are being accomplished as planned. (True; moderate; p. 526) 2. The criterion that determ
Chapter 7 Foundations of Planning
WHAT IS PLANNING?
1. Planning is concerned with how objectives are to be accomplished, not what is to be accomplished. (False; easy; p. 184) 2. If a manager refuses to write anything down or share his
Chapter 16 Motivating Employees
WHAT IS MOTIVATION?
1. Motivation is a result of an interaction between a person and a situation. (True; easy; p. 452) 2. The three key elements in the definition of motivation are energy, direction, an
Working CEL Research Programme 2006-07 Paper
Leadership, Diversity and Decision Making
Dr Felix Maringe, Professor Jacky Lumby, Professor Marlene Morrison, Dr Kalwant Bhopal, and Dr Martin Dyke
Research Publication Notices
Gomar and Urquizu Outline
THESIS: Diversity in the decission making process gives you more options to find the right solution in front of different problems. I. Decision making can be defined as many ways, but the most common one is the cognitive proces
TERESA URQUIZU AROCENA ANAIS GOMAR ISART
VALUE OF DIVERSITY IN DECISION MAKING
It refers to the ways that people in organization differ. It is a challenge
Not only involves how people think of others and how this affects t
Chapter 2 Management Yesterday and Today
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MANAGEMENT
1. According to Adam Smith, division of labor was an important concept. (True; easy; p. 28) 2. The division of labor is also referred to by the term job spec