Organizational Behavior 2

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Question Diverse cultures provide an opportunity to the organization
Correct Answer To recognize learning opportunities and challenges
Your Answer To enhance productivity

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Question Which type of motivators are involved in granting additional authority to an employee in his activity?
Correct Answer Responsibility and recognition
Your Answer Responsibility and recognition

True/False
Question Whatever an individual does, there is always some sort and some amount of stress on him.
Correct Answer True
Your Answer True

True/False
Question There exist some organizational stressors which relate to its structure and climate.
Correct Answer True
Your Answer False

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Question In which type of corporate culture, do the members have a strong sense of identification and recognize the interdependence?
Correct Answer Clan
Your Answer Clan

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Question The models of Organizational Behaviour are:
Correct Answer Autocratic , Custodial , Supportive
Your Answer Autocratic , Custodial , Supportive

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Question Features of Maslow's need hierarchy theory are:
Correct Answer Theory of human motives , Classifies basic human needs in a hierarchy , Theory of human motivation
Your Answer Theory of human motives , Classifies basic human needs in a hierarchy , Theory of human motivation

Match The Following
Question Correct Answer Your Answer
Wagner Act Labour movement Labour movement
Scientific Management movement Wage payment plans Wage payment plans
Hawthorne Experiments Human relations Human relations
Hugo Munsteberg Psychology and industrial efficiency Psychology and industrial efficiency

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Question The stress which refers to a state of happiness is known as ________.
Correct Answer Eustress
Your Answer Eustress

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Question The cost of tensions and worries created by wrong kind of personalities are enormous in terms of.
Correct Answer Employee-employer relation. , Supervisor-subordinate relation. , Peers relations.
Your Answer Employee-employer relation. , Supervisor-subordinate relation. , Peers relations.

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Question Repetitive jobs appear to be least-
Correct Answer interesting
Your Answer interesting

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Question The discipline of Organizational Behaviour is based on________studies of human behaviour at the work settings.
Correct Answer empirical
Your Answer statistical

True/False
Question The process theories in general lack explanatory power over the complexities of work motivation.
Correct Answer False
Your Answer False

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Question
The cost of tensions and worries created by wrong kind of personalities are enormous in terms of.
Correct Answer Employee-employer relation. , Supervisor-subordinate relation. , Peers relations.
Your Answer Employee-employer relation. , Supervisor-subordinate relation.

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Question Commanlities and differences suggest in certain respects, every person is like
Correct Answer All other people , Some other people , No other person
Your Answer All other people , Some other people , No other person

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Question Major determinants of personality
Correct Answer Biological , Situation
Your Answer Biological , Cultural , Situation

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Question Identify the process influence personality development.
Correct Answer Socialization process , Identification process
Your Answer Socialization process , Identification process

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Question ‘I’ refers to the personal self and ‘me’ refers to the social self in the theory of
Correct Answer Roger
Your Answer Roger

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Question Fundamental force motivating the human organism is
Correct Answer Self actualization
Your Answer Fulfillment of basic need

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Question Indicate the developmental stages that the teams are required to go through.
Correct Answer Forming , Storming , Norming
Your Answer Forming , Storming , Norming

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Question
The storming stage relating to development of a team is characterised by which of the following aspects?
Correct Answer
Emergence of conflicts , Seeking task related guidance from the leader , Deciding the responsibilities of each team member
Your Answer
Understanding the team goals , Seeking task related guidance from the leader , Deciding the responsibilities of each team member

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Question The features of team empowerment are as follows:
Correct Answer Potency , Autonomy , Impact
Your Answer Potency , Autonomy , Impact

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Question The ________ teams are concerned with rotating tasks and assignments amongst its members.
Correct Answer Self-managed
Your Answer Cross-functional

True/False
Question
The self-managed teams usually consist of employees whose work is related to manufacturing an entire product.
Correct Answer True
Your Answer False

True/False
Question Norms are often more liberally defined.
Correct Answer False
Your Answer True

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Question Identify the situations which reflect upward communication.
Correct Answer
Performance reports of workers, to be reviewed by the supervisor , Suggestion boxes kept in the worker's canteen , Employee attitude surveys
Your Answer
Performance reports of workers, to be reviewed by the supervisor , Suggestion boxes kept in the worker's canteen , Employee attitude surveys

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