Calculate the current ratio of the organization from the information
Sales = $200,000; Gross Profit = $40,000; Total Assets = $450,000; Current
Assets = $250,000; Current Liabilities = $300,000
1. Why is Descartes certain that he exists? Has he proven that anyone else exists?
He is certain that he exists and he uses the argument that if he doubts, there must be a
thinking mind inside the body. He is only certa
Even an effective control system does not give managers enough time
to respond to opportunities and threats.
An organization's net income before taxes divided by its total assets is
known as operating pro
Innovation takes place when management centralizes control of
work activities and creates an organizational culture that precludes risk
Restructuring results in the loss of jobs.
At the functional
At the functional level, the business-level plan provides the framework
within which functional managers devise their plans.
Managers of Matrix Ltd. attempted to give the organiz
The suppliers, distributors, and the wide-ranging demographic, political, and legal forces that affect the
organization's ability to obtain inputs and to sell outputs are known as the general environment.
The customers, co
Organizations are collections of people who work together and coordinate their actions to achieve a wide
variety of goals, or desired future outcomes.
The planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of human and other r
The process by which managers set the structure of working relationships among workers in an
organization is called organizing.
Organizational design reflects the organization's mission statement irrespective of the situat
The process by which managers monitor and regulate the organization in order to determine if the
organization is operating efficiently and effectively is known as planning.
Using the controlling function, managers monitor
Leadership is the process by which a person exerts influence over other people and inspires, motivates,
and directs their activities to help achieve group or organizational goals.
When leaders are effective, their influenc
The term "data" refers to raw, unsummarized facts.
The term "knowledge" refers to data that has been organized in some type of meaningful way.
Data and information both communicate a great deal of useful know
An ethical dilemma does not arise when a person has to choose between two different courses of action,
knowing that whichever course he/she chooses will harm one person or group even while it may benefit
Decision making is programmed when managers need to repeatedly make new judgments about what
should be done.
Most day-to-day decisions in business are nonprogrammed decisions.
Programmed decisions are made in
"Six Sigma" quality improvement plans utilize human resource-related initiatives.
Feedback from a performance appraisal system can serve a developmental purpose for managers.
The goal of EEO is to ensure that
All teams are groups and all groups are teams.
The creation and development of new products is known as synergy.
Managers can better encourage innovation by assigning work to individuals working alone rather
The concept of motivation is concerned with the direction of the worker's behavior, the amount of effort
of the worker, and the level of persistence of the worker.
Attitude refers to how hard an employee works for an organ
A production system is the system that an organization uses to acquire inputs, convert inputs into outputs,
and dispose of the outputs.
Operations managers are managers who are responsible for managing an organization's pr
Chapter 7 Review Essay Questions:
1. Using the job characteristics model as a guide, discuss how a manager can
enrich or enlarge the jobs of subordinates.
A manager has the ability to make the working place an environment where
employees are coming to ful
Chapter 8 Review Essay Questions
1. What is the relationship between organizing and controlling?
The relationship between organizing and controlling are functions of
management. There are planning, controlling, and organizing that are involved.
Chapter 6 Review Essay Questions
1. Describe the three steps of planning. Explain how they are inter-related.
There are three steps in planning which are 1) Determining the organizations mission and
setting their goals in this step. This is whe
1. Leadership is the process by which a person exerts influence over other people and inspires,
motivates, and directs their activities to help achieve group or organizational goals. True
2. When leaders are effective, their influence often detracts from
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Introduction to Management
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2. The most challenging part was when instead of doing his job Oli was focused on looking for
an apartment during his work hours. He did not know how to separate the company business
Why Public Speaking Skills?
Builds confidence and self-esteem
Teaches you to tackle problems
Allows you to communicate and persuade others
Good for your spirit and your heart
Good public speakers make more $!
Chapter 14 Case Study
1. Was the Deepwater Horizon accident a clear and unequivocal
case that illustrates the proverb An ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure? Why or why not?
The Deepwater Horizon accident was most definitely a clear case on the
Chapter 12 Review Essays
1. Think of someone you know personally who is an effective
decision maker. What key characteristics would you use to
describe this person?
Someone that I know personally who is a very effective decision maker
would be one of my f
Case Study Chapter 11
1. Is anybody at fault in either or both scenarios? Explain your
I think that to a certain extent, there are people at fault in both scenarios.
In scenario one, I believe that Mark is at fault. Even with modern technology
Chapter 15 Review Essay
1. As you think about your history, how difficult has it been for you
to make behavioral changes? If you were being interviewed for a
job and were asked to describe an incident that demonstrates
your ability to change, what would y
Chapter 12 Case Study
1. Do you agree with Dov Frihmans decision in advance of the
actual missile attacks to keep Intel up and running? What about
after the actual missile attacks began.
I agree with Dov Frohmans decision to stay open before the attacks