BUS 322 WEEK 11 QUIZ 9

BUS 322 WEEK 11 QUIZ 9

Author: Christine Farr


Short product and organizational life cycles place considerable emphasis on:

The strongest method of horizontal integration is through:

The process of coordinating the different parts of an organization is called:

A centralized form of organization that emphasizes the upper echelon and direct supervision under Mintzberg's configurations is the:

A temporary set of organizations designed to come together swiftly to exploit an apparent market opportunity is called a:

A moderately decentralized form of organization that emphasizes a support staff and standardization of work processes defines the:

When examining the relationship between size and basic design dimensions, it can be concluded that small organizations are more ________ than large organizations.

The degree of differentiation most affected by employee's specialized knowledge, education, or training is known as:

All of the following are emerging organizational structures except:

An organization chart shows:

The tools, techniques, and actions used by an organization to transform inputs into outputs are together called the:

Which of the following is NOT a major contextual variable of organizational design?

The process of breaking organizational goals into tasks and dividing work is known as:

Anything outside the boundaries of an organization is considered:

To meet the conflicting demands of efficiency and customization, organizations need to:

An ethical organizational culture can be developed through all of the following except:

One of the key concerns of anticipatory socialization is:

The primary purpose of socialization is the:

Which of the following is NOT a perspective that helps one understand the effects of culture?

The process by which newcomers are transformed from outsiders to participating, effective members of an organization refers to:

The two key concerns in the anticipatory socialization stage are:

The most visible and accessible level of culture is:

The underlying dimensions of the Kilmann-Saxton Culture-Gap Survey are:

Values reflected in the way individuals actually behave are called:

An adaptive organizational culture is one that:

The fit perspective of culture argues that:

According to Edgar Schein, leaders play crucial roles in shaping and reinforcing culture. Which of the following is NOT one of the elements considered important to a leader's management of culture?

The first step in the model for cultural change is:

Relatively elaborate sets of activities that are repeatedly enacted on important occasions are known as ________.

Strong cultures are thought to facilitate performance for three reasons. Which of the following is NOT one of those reasons?

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