BUS 322 BUS322 Week 11 Quiz 9 (STRAYER)

BUS 322 BUS322 Week 11 Quiz 9 (STRAYER)

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BUS 322 Week 11 Quiz 9 

  1. The strongest method of horizontal integration is through:
  2. The process of coordinating the different parts of an organization is called:
  3. The process of breaking organizational goals into tasks and dividing work is known as:
  4. The difference between the authority and responsibility in an organizational hierarchy is called:
  5. Conditions that include political considerations, broad economic factors, ecological changes, sociocultural demands, and government regulation are considered to be part of the:
  6. The extent to which work activities are defined and routinely performed the same way is known as:
  7. All of the following are emerging organizational structures except:
  8. The degree of differentiation most affected by employee's specialized knowledge, education, or training is known as:
  9. The particular grouping of activities or division of labor performed by an individual is referred to as:
  10. An organization using a weblike structure where some or all of their operating functions are contracted to other organizations would be called a:
  11. Flat organizational structures are characterized by:
  12. Short product and organizational life cycles place considerable emphasis on:
  13. If an organization confronts a situation with scarce resources, large amounts of change, and many competitors, the situation would be considered one:
  14. To meet the conflicting demands of efficiency and customization, organizations need to:
  15. A centralized form of organization that emphasizes the upper echelon and direct supervision under Mintzberg's configurations is the:
  16. One of the key concerns of anticipatory socialization is:
  17. The underlying dimensions of the Kilmann-Saxton Culture-Gap Survey are:
  18. Employee performance expectations are normally made known through:
  19. Which of the following artifacts has been argued by researchers to be the most effective way to reinforce values?
  20. The first step in the model for cultural change is:
  21. Compatibility of individual and organizational value systems is known as:
  22. Values reflected in the way individuals actually behave are called:
  23. The fit perspective of culture argues that:
  24. Which of the following is NOT a perspective that helps one understand the effects of culture?
  25. A pattern of basic assumptions that are considered valid and that are taught to new members as the way to perceive, think, and feel in an organization is known as:
  26. Relatively elaborate sets of activities that are repeatedly enacted on important occasions are known as ________.
  27. According to the study by Kotter and Heskett on adaptive cultures, the adaptive culture facilitates change to meet the needs of all of the following groups except:
  28. The concept of organizational culture has its roots in:
  29. The focus of Organizational Culture Inventory is:
  30. The two key concerns in the anticipatory socialization stage are:

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