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lungs, but any organ can be infected. TB is a primary cause of death worldwide. It is the leading cause of
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A.There are two classifications of lupus erythematosus:
1.Discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) affects skin only.
2.Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) can cause major body or
Management of Shock
Shock is a serious medical condition where the tissue perfusion is insufficient to meet demand for oxygen and nutrients because the body is
not getting enough blood flow. This can damage multiple organs and can get worse very rapidly.
Head injury includes any trauma to the scalp, skull, or brain. A serious form of head injury is traumatic brain injury (TBI). In the United States in
hospital emergency departments, an estimated 1.7 million people are treated and r
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a.m., start and end with the Wal-Mart cheer; the agenda includes
a discussion of weekly sales figures and merchandising tactics.
As a ritual, the meetings help maintain a small-company
atmosphere, ensure employee involvement and accountability,
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examination of homogeneity of personality and values in
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New Employee Onboarding
Another way in which an organizations values, norms, and
examination of two methods of organizational newcomer
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What Can Organizational Insiders Do During Onboarding?
One of the most important ways in which organizations can help
new employees adjust to a
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1. Do you think it is a good idea for companies to emphasize
personorganization fit when hiring new employees? What
advantages and disadvantages do you see
within the groups or among individuals. The characteristics of a
social network also are the determinants of social capital4, that
is, the resourcessuch as ideas, information, money, trust
available in and through personal and business networks. You
Mentorship behaviors and mentorship quality associated with
17.A trusted person who provides an employee with advice and
support regarding careerrelated matters.
Chapter 8 Organizational Culture
8.3 Creating and Maintaining Organizational Culture 3
organizations environment. In this section, we discuss five ways
in which culture shows itself to observers and employees.
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Figure 8.12 Visual Elements of Culture
voluntarily leave or are fired within one and a half years. Of
these, over 60% report not being able to form effective
relationships with colleagues as the primary reason for this
failure.Fisher, A. (2005, March 7). Starting a new job? Dont
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The role of the self-regulatory focus in leadership
processes.Academy of Management Review, 32, 500528.CEOs
can model the behaviors that are expected of employees to
change the culture becau
requires managers that are proficient at all of the P-O-L-C
functions. Creating and communicating a vision is part of
planning; leadership and role modeling are part of leading;
designing effective reward systems is part of controlling; all of
Tradition is important at Mary Kay Cosmetics. Pink Cadillacs
are given to top performers at large annual events.
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12.The degree to which there are overlapping linkages among
the actors in a network.
Chapter 9 Social Networks
9.1 An Introduction to the Lexicon of Social Networks 388
A Sampling of Social Network Types
As a manager, you might be interested in your emplo
exist between actors, but only through other actors
(hence,indirectties). You can see that Thomas has fourdirect
tiesand is indirectly tied to everyone in the network.
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planet but that does not
outcomes it chooses to reward and punish. One relevant element
of the reward system iswhether the organization rewards
behaviors or results. Some companies have reward systems that
emphasize intangible elements of performance as well as more
marketing models to engineering, and business services to
On the inbound side, P&G is aggressively looking for solutions
for its needs, but also will consider any innovationpackaging,
design, marketing models, research methods, engineering, and
decision: Risky technology, culture and deviance at NASA.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Further, organizational
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the past: Orga
1. What clues does your college or school give about its culture?
2. What are four things you could do today to learn more about
an organization you are interested in? 3. Imagine that your good
friend is starting a new job next week. What recomm
Second,observe the physical environment. Do people work in
cubicles or in offices? What is the dress code? What is the
building structure? Do employees look happy, tired, or stressed?
The answers to these questions are all pieces of the puzzle.