1- ________ diversity refers to diversity with respect to attributes that are less easy to observe initially but that can be inferred after more direct experience.
2- Which of the following functions do managers undertake as part of planning functions?
a- accomplishing goals of a project
b- employing strategies to coordinate tasks
c- executing plans to integrate activities
d- defining an organization's goals
e- implementing strategies for achieving goals
3- ________ refers to evaluative statements or judgments concerning objects, people, or events.
4- In order to predict human behavior, it is best to supplement intuitive opinions with information derived from ________.
a- systematic study
b- common sense
c- organizational theory
d- direct observation
5- ________ refers to basing managerial decisions on the best available scientific proof.
a- Personal knowledge management
b- Knowledge management
c- Evidence-based management
d- Emergency management
e- Property management
6- ________ refers to a positive feeling about one's job resulting from an evaluation of its characteristics.
a- Positivity offset
c- Constructive dismissal
d- Job design
e- Job satisfaction
7- Johanna Reid, a campaign manager at a child rights organization, recently started working on an illiteracy project. During the project, she needs to motivate team members to attain their project milestones and direct them through different phases of the project. Which of the following kinds of functions will these tasks be covered under?
8- Any incompatibility between two or more attitudes or between behavior and attitudes results in ________.
a- attitudinal clarification
b- organizational dissonance
c- affective reactance
d- cognitive dissonance
9- Which of the following terms best describes organizations that allow people to communicate and work together even though they may be thousands of miles apart?
a- matrix organizations
b- hierarchical organizations
c- flat organizations
d- stable organizations
10- Which of the following is a result of globalization?
a- jobs moving to nations with low-cost labor
b- shared social value among all cultures
c- organizations being bound by national borders
d- lower production of goods in developing nations
e- highly homogeneous workforce
11- ________ are defined as people who oversee the activities of others and who are responsible for attaining goals in organizations.
12- The role of a(n) ________, according to Mintzberg's classification of managerial roles, is to transmit information to outsiders about an organization's plans, policies, actions, and results and to serve as an expert in the organization's industry.
a- disturbance handler
13- According to Fred Luthans and his associates, managers involved in traditional management activities undertook which of the following tasks?
e- decision making
14- In a workplace, ________ involves overt threats or bullying directed at members of specific groups of employees.
a- inequity aversion
b- risk aversion
c- optimism bias
d- ambiguity aversion
15- ________ refers to the heterogeneity of organizations in terms of gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and inclusion of other diverse groups.
a- Operational homogeneity
b- Workforce diversity
c- Cultural similarity
d- Organizational congruity
e- Workforce associability
16- Joann Hayes is currently working on a project to tackle climate change. During the project, she needs to find different options to replace the use of non-renewable energy and check the feasibility of different renewable energy options before choosing the most practical one. Which of the following skills does Hayes primarily need to use for these tasks?
a- communication skills
b- conceptual skills
c- interactive skills
d- human skills
e- interpersonal skills
17- ________ is the degree to which employees believe the organization values their contribution and cares about their well-being.
a- Job involvement
b- Employee engagement
c- Perceived organizational support
d- Organizational commitment
e- Psychological empowerment
18- According to Mintzberg's classification of managerial roles, a(n) ________ searches the organization and its environment for opportunities and initiates projects to bring about change.
b- disturbance handler
c- resource allocator
19- Regina George works as a campaign manager in a not-for-profit organization in Hampshire. For the upcoming campaign against genetic engineering, she is networking with managers who are working on the issue of food safety. Through her network of contacts, she strives to gain information about the stakeholders in the food industry and other lobby groups. Which of the following roles is George most likely to be playing according to Mintzberg's classification of managerial roles?
d- resource allocator
20- A person who is made fun of because he is an Arab-American is being subjected to ________, a kind of discrimination in work environments.
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