MGMT 223 A
Final Study Guide
1. What is the Management Grid? Identify and describe the main points
on the grid.
a. Concern for people/ concern for results
b. In grid training, mangers are rated on their performance-oriented
behavior and maintenance orient
Management and Organizational Theory
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1. Minorities, women, and disabled workers will continue to play an important role in the
increasingly diverse workforce. Companies will have to handle them and the HRM
practices will have to be modified to meet the new requirements.
1. On the businesses side of the opportunities that arise are that they are able to sell to a
broad customer base. The more the pluralistic an organization is the more the customer
base can grow because people like to buy things from compa
1. The global reach allowed by the Internet and the lowering costs associated with
innovation is causing large companies to adapt to the onslaught of newer companies
who have managed to develop products that disrupt the
Chapter 8 Homework
1. Before Akersons arrival, GMs structure was a divisional structure based on regions
(North America, South America, Europe, and International Operations). Before that, it
had a divisional structure based on product line
Google is one of the worlds best companies. It's no doubt from their balance sheet,
which lists their assets at $154,292 million, that Google is doing something right. What causes
Googles success? Well one contributor is the unheard of b
1) List and define the four elements of the management process.
a. Planning, organizing, leading, and controlling
b. Planning- is specifying goals to be achieved and deciding in advance
the appropriate actions needed to achieve those goals
Study Guide 2
1. Corporate Social Responsibility and Performance Pyramid
Philanthropic Responsibility- additional behaviors and activities that society finds
desirable and that the values of the business support
Ethical Responsibility- Incl
Outline: Family Owned Businesses
I. Introduction: Family Owned Businesses are very common in todays society
and deal with a variety of information.
a. What is Family Owned Business?
b. Definition Family Owned Business
c. Topics the rest of the paper will
Issues of a Family Business
Managing any business can be tough but managing a family business can be
especially challenging. Some of the most sought after business are family owned ,
but this can also bring on many problems m
Lets define a family business
-A family business is run and owned by family-related by blood
-These Family businesses have same problems as other
businesses but these problems can be exaggerated in the family
Chapter 7 Homework
I would rate myself at a 9 because I do plan on opening a business in my later years
however I am open to new opportunities so I did not rate myself at a 10
My strengths would definitely be the financing side because I will by the
List and define the four elements of the management process.
a. Planning - identifying the goals to be achieved and deciding the appropriate
actions needed to achieve those goals.
Organizing - assembling and coordinating the human, financial, physic
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KOA has developed, built, and operated campgrounds in North America for over 45 years, and
continues to focus on increasing the size and strength of the KOA system. We are not just a
consultant; we are your partner in work
Google Company overview and history
Google has expanded from a two-man team in 1998.
Although based in Mountain View, California, Google has over 20,000 employees
offices in 57 countries all over the world (Linkedin, 2010).
Google specializes in Intern
Chapter 6 Homework
1. The global economy has become more integrated than ever before. Half a century of
emphasis on free trade by major industrial countries such as the United States, Great
Britain, and Germany has resulted in a gradual lowering of barrie
Chapter 1 Homework Questions
1. Identify and describe a great manager. What makes him or her stand out from the
a. A great manager would have many attributes that are necessary to the job.
Some examples of these would be technical skills, D
Chapter 2 Homework
1. I believe that without the customer relations the business would not exist. They hire
from the outside and also do business with suppliers, vendors, and investors that are not
internal to the company. Many outside forces affe
1) Being in the work environments that I have been in the past. I have seen many managerial
decisions being made. A few of them were big acquisitions and I was surprised to see that the
acquisition pamphlets had an ethical section. They really equated thi
Chapter 3 Homework
One risky decision I made recently was not applying to jobs before the start of Summer. I
didnt want to apply to jobs until I knew if I had received an internship. My thought process was
that if I did get an internship, then
Management and Organizational Theory
Study Guide #1
Test: Wednesday, February 17th
1. List and define the four elements of the management process.
(1) Planning- defining goals, establishing strategies to achieve goals, developing plans to integrate
Management & Organizational Theory
Final Exam Study Guide
Exam Date: Thursday, May 5th at 11:30am
(1) What is the Management Grid? Identify and describe the five main points on the grid.
The management grid is a visual that aids in determining ones leader
Exam: Wednesday, March 6th, 2016
Study Guide #2
1. List and define the 4 stages of the Pyramid of Corporate and Social Responsibility and
Philanthropic Responsibility: Be a good global corporate citizen, do
what is desired by g
Response to Research Question:
Workplace sexual harassment needs to be dealt with by two parties: employees
and management. Managers are responsible for making sure that sexual harassment is not
tolerated and that proper provisions are taken incase assaul