Chapter 8: Organizational Culture, Structure & Design
8.1 What Kind of Organizational Culture Will You Be Operating in?
A. How an Organizational Culture & Structure are Used to Implement Strategy
Chapter 14: Power, Influence, & Leadership:
From Becoming a Manager to Becoming a Leader
14.1 The Nature of Leadership: Wielding Influence
A. Leadership ability to influence employees to voluntarily pursue organizational
B. Managers & Leaders: Not
Chapter 15: Interpersonal & Organizational Communication:
Mastering the Exchange of Information
15.1 The Communication Process: What it is, How it Works?
A. Communication Defined: The Transfer of Information & Understanding
Communications the transfe
Chapter 9: Human Resource Management:
Getting Right People for Managerial Success
9.1 Strategic Human Resource Management
A. Human Resource Management: Managing an Organizations Most Important
Establish the mission & the vision Establish the gr
BUS 185 Exam Two
Possible Essay Questions
1. What is strategic management and what are the key principles underlying it?
Strategic management is a process that involves managers from all parts of the
Robins vs. Pruneyard Shopping Center
A group of demonstrators entered a privately owned shopping center to petition, but was told to
leave the premise with possibility of arrest for trespassing.
• 1946, U.S. Supreme Court held that privatel
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