BUS 302 BUS302 Quiz 5 (STRAYER)

BUS 302 BUS302 Quiz 5 (STRAYER)


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BUS 302 Quiz 5

  1. Fran Wilson Creative Cosmetics is a medium-sized U.S. company that sells 1.5 million tubes of its lipstick annually in Japan. It has no physical presence within the country beyond the fact its products are sold there. Fran Wilson Creative Cosmetics uses ____ to reach the Japanese market.
  2. ____ occurs when a company sells domestically produced products to customers in foreign countries.
  3. In a multinational firm, managers at company headquarters typically prefer an emphasis on ____ because it simplifies decisions.
  4. The Japanese government has proclaimed that its snow is different from that found in any other region of the world. As a result, all snow skis marketed in Japan must be manufactured in Japan. This is an example of a(n) ____.
  5. In 2000, the United States imposed a tax on all steel imports in an effort to protect about 5,000 jobs. This tax is an example of a(n) ____.
  6. As Malta got ready for its admittance into the European Union (EU), all taxes on the importation of goods manufactured in Malta were eliminated. Malta was preparing to become part of a(n) ____.
  7. A multinational company that acts with ____ has offices, manufacturing plants, and distribution facilities in different countries all which run based on the same rules, guidelines, policies, and procedures.
  8. Global business is defined as____.
  9. Ford Motor Company owns and operates a $1.9 billion manufacturing plant in Brazil. What method for organizing for global business has Ford used in this example?
  10. ____ are both examples of cooperative contracts.
  11. Historically, most companies have used the ____ to successfully enter foreign markets.
  12. Protectionism is the use of trade barriers to protect local companies and their workers from ____.
  13. A country or region that has an attractive business climate for companies that want to go global has ____.
  14. A country or region that has an attractive business climate for companies that want to go global has found an ____.
  15. Uganda is one of only two countries in the world that produce a mineral required in the manufacturing of cellular phones. A company which mines that rare mineral decided to not invest in the country due to a bloody civil war resulting from a change in rulers. The mining company used a(n) ____.
  16. ____ is the degree to which a job is perceived to have a substantial impact on others inside or outside the organization.
  17. ____ involves assigning direct authority and responsibility to a subordinate to complete tasks for which the manager is normally responsible.
  18. Kimberly-Clark is subdivided into organizational units called Kimberly-Clark Health Care, which provides products to hospitals, Kimberly-Clark Professional, which sells to businesses, and Kimberly-Clark Consumer, which sells the company’s products to customers. From this information, you know that Kimberly-Clark uses ____.
  19. Hallmark has four departments. These departments are (1) Flowers and Gifts, (2) Cards and E-cards, (3) Hallmark Collectibles, and (4) Photo Albums and Scrapbooks. Hallmark uses ____ departmentalization.
  20. ____ is a general term that refers to subdividing work and workers into separate organizational units that are responsible for completing particular tasks.
  21. Which of the following is NOT one of the core job characteristics in the job characteristics model (JCM)?
  22. When managers delegate work, three transfers occur. The three transfers are responsibility, authority, and ____.
  23. In terms of the chain of command, ____ authority is the right to command immediate subordinates, while ____ authority is the right to advise but not command others who are not subordinates.
  24. Which of the following is an approach to managing interorganizational processes?
  25. Of all types of departmentalization, ____ departmentalization requires the highest level of management skill for successful implementation.
  26. ____ departmentalization is defined as organizing work and workers into separate units responsible for particular business functions or areas of expertise.
  27. ____ determines the number, kind, and variety of tasks that individual workers perform in their jobs.
  28. ____ departmentalization is notorious for confusion and conflict between project managers in different areas of the organization.
  29. A manufacturer of acrylic and latex gloves sells to medical laboratories, to factories where employees handle chemicals, to companies that manufacture micro-tech equipment, and to cleaning services. Because it is organized to better satisfy the needs of each of its four target markets, the manufacturer uses ____ departmentalization.
  30. A(n) ____ is a form of matrix departmentalization in which managers in different parts of the matrix negotiate conflicts and resources directly.

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