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Chapter 1
Read chapter 1 (“What is Organizational Behavior”) in your e-text, answer these questions, and watch the chapter 1 quiz video for course mentor clarification.
1) 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? a) planning b) organizing c) scrutinizing d) evaluating e) leading
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2) 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? a) figurehead b) leader c) liaison d) entrepreneur e) resource allocator
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3) The ability to understand, communicate with, motivate, and support other people, both individually and in groups, may be defined as ________. a) human skills b) technical skills c) conceptual skills d) cognitive skills e) analytical skills
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4) According to Fred Luthans and his associates, managers involved in traditional management activities undertook which of the following tasks? a) motivating b) socializing c) decision making d) training e) politicking
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5) According to Fred Luthans and his associates' study of 450 managers, ________ made the largest contribution to the success of managers in terms of speed of promotion within their…...

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