1. If a person can affect the thoughts, behavior, and feelings of another person, she has:
1. The study of organizational behavior is concerned with:
a. psychosocial and interpersonal dynamics in organizations and organizational structure.
b. psychosocial and interpersonal dynamics in organizations and work design.
c. culture, interpersonal, an
1. An organizational position is identified as:
a. an employee's specific work and task activities in an organization.
b. a job in relation to other parts of the organization.
c. a mental of physical activity that has productive results.
d. a sequence of
1. Which of the following is an example of a programmed decision situation?
a. Arranging financing for constructing a new $50 million office building
b. Reorder of raw materials from an established supplier
c. Purchase of a new mainframe computer
d. A fir
1. Which of the following statements is NOT correct according to the proponents of interactional psychology?
a. Behavior is a function of heredity and physical stature.
b. People vary in terms of cognitive, affective, motivational, and ability factors.
1. In context of the work environment, learning:
a. takes place through formal training programs.
b. is primarily the cognitive activity of acquiring knowledge.
c. is ad hoc and accidental.
d. is primarily a change in behavior acquired through experience.
1. Organizational design is a process of specifying structural features of an organization. This process begins with:
a. determining the organization's goals.
b. identifying task specifications of each job.
c. arranging jobs into departments.
1. Work teams place a strong emphasis on:
a. shared leadership.
b. personal accountability
c. exclusive work products.
d. individual leadership.
1. The unconscious preparation to fight or flee that a person experiences when faced with any demand is known as
1. Which of the following challenges must managers overcome to remain competitive?
a. Challenge of managing ethical behavior
b. Challenge of work force diversity
c. Challenge of globalization
d. All of the above
1. Which of the following is NOT an important attribute of organizational culture?
a. Shared norms and values
d. Pervasiveness and endurance
1. Assume that you are a supervisor who manages more than 20 employees, each of whom occupies a different job.
At a recent project meeting with your employees, you discussed with them the importance of communication and
the rapidly developing technology a
1. Attitudes are an important factor in organizational behavior because:
a. they are not measurable.
b. they are responsible only for the negative behavior of employees at work.
c. they are closely linked to behavior.
d. they can be measured only by obser
1. EI is defined as:
a. any situation in which incompatibility leads to disagreement or opposition between two or more parties.
b. constructive agreement between two or more people.
c. the negative side of emotional quality.
d. the power to control one's
1. According to John Kotter, leadership, in contrast to management, entails:
a. planning and budgeting.
b. organizing and staffing.
c. problem solving.
d. setting an organizational direction.
3 out of 3 points
An important element of the bounded rationality model is _.
3 out of 3 points
Participative decision making tends to be associated with:
1. The process of arousing and sustaining goal-directed behavior is called:
Assignment 1 Rough Draft
Personality is an amalgamation of an individuals characteristics, attitude and emotional state.
An individuals personality can be identified by various personality tests which determine career
paths better suited for them o