BUS 310 BUS310 Week 8 Quiz 9 (STRAYER)
BUS 310 Week 8 Quiz 9
- Some managed health-care plans keep costs low by paying incentive compensation to doctors to limit the number of high-cost treatments they provide to patients. What is the incentive compensation called based on behavioral modification?
- Every time Theodore decides to take an extra-long, three-hour lunch, his boss makes him stay late to make up the missed work. Eventually, Theodore quits taking long lunches. Theodore's boss is using ____ theory to help Theodore change his behavior.
- Which of the following reinforcement schedules targets behavior on the basis of a varying number of times that conduct must occur?
- Which of the levels in Maslow's hierarchy of needs states that realizing one's full potential is a motivational factor?
- Benjamin sees no reason to put forth extra effort to help his employer reach monthly production targets. After all, Benjamin has put forth effort in the past and did not get any reward. Benjamin's behavior can be explained by
- According to expectancy theory, when will employees experience greater motivation to perform?
- Which component of expectancy theory covers the performance-to-outcomes expectancy?
- Which component of expectancy theory covers the relative value of rewards and other consequences?
- Equity theory discusses individuals' perceptions about the relationship between ____ and ____.
- When an employee's input-outcome ratio is less favorable than that of a comparison other, ____ has occurred.
- Which of the following is NOT a determinant of performance in an organization?
- Sally, a supermarket courtesy clerk, values the extra money she receives from her employer based on the customer service awards and bonuses she has received over the last year. This is an example of:
- Which of the following reinforcement schedules targets behavior on the basis of the passage of time?
- Under her employer's incentive pay system, Vicky's team sells the most real estate and wins a trip to Hawaii. Based on reinforcement theory, what is the trip?
- The concept that people who have goals work harder than those persons who do not have goals is covered in