Mount Everest Reflection
For the Mount Everest Simulation, the team goal was obviously to complete as many of
the tasks as possible in order to reach the top/receive the most points. Individually as the
Environmentalist, my primary goal was to make it to
MGMT 3101 Notes
February 6, 2013
Chapter 4 Emotions
-Companies turn to brain games to tackle stress
-Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) using computer programs.
-One reason for this is most employers and employees do not want the employees to go to
To: Vice-President, Talent Appraisal
From: Talent Appraisal Staff
Skill Ratings for Actors, Actresses, and Directors
We were finally able to compile the information regarding actor and director skill values.
It took quite a bit of work, but we no
MGMT 3101 Class Notes
Why Study OB?
Satisfy the need to understand and predict behavior.
Helps us to test personal theories.
Influence behavior, and get things done.
OB improves an organizations financial health.
OB is for everyone.
The test that I have chosen to reflect upon is the Self-Monitoring test. This test was
developed in 1974 by Mark Snyder. Its primary objective is to determine how people acted
when presented with different settings. Snyder believed that people would chang
MARS Model of Individual Behavior
S-Situational Factors (After M,A,R)
Individual behavior and results is the final step of MARS.
Relatively enduring pattern of thoughts, emotions, an
The professional development goal that I set for myself for the Tinsel Town activity, was to try
and decrease the amount of asymmetric information in order to determine a way to actually find
the most profitable movies. I chose this due to the issues I ha
Title: A Lifetime of Anger
Two brothers grew up in a dysfunctional family, learning to battle lifes problems with hate and
bitterness. Pulled back together for the funeral of their grandmothe
Slide: 1 The End of Management
The article describes how Corporate bureaucracy is becoming obsolete. Why managers should
act like venture capitalists. most of the greatest management stories have been not
triumphs of the corporation, but triumphs over the
MGMT 3101 Notes 2/4/12 Chapter 3 Personality Self-monitoring scale- Willingness to be the center of attention, sensitivity to the reactions of others, ability and willingness to adjust behavior to induce positive reactions from others. People who are high