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79) Successful managers tend to be better at ________. A) doing

Question : 79) Successful managers tend to be better at ________. A) doing : 1400250

 

 

79) Successful managers tend to be better at ________.

A) doing their own work than helping others

B) identifying their own goals than identifying goals of subordinates

C) helping others achieve goals than achieving their own goals

D) accomplishing goals than identifying goals

 

80) McClelland's most influential need is the ________.

A) need for achievement

B) need for power

C) need for recognition

D) need for affiliation

81) Which is the best summary of goal-setting theory?

A) Goals make no difference in performance.

B) Specific goals increase performance.

C) Always make your goals very difficult to reach.

D) Easy goals make for happier employees.

 

82) Setting goals definitely seems to ________.

A) increase performance and motivation

B) increase motivation but not performance

C) decrease performance but increase motivation

D) decrease motivation and performance

 

83) In goal-setting theory, which of the following is the best kind of feedback?

A) feedback from a superior

B) feedback from a peer

C) self-feedback

D) group feedback

84) In which kinds of cultures does goal-setting theory work best?

A) high power distance, high uncertainty avoidance

B) low power distance, high uncertainty avoidance

C) high power distance, low uncertainty avoidance

D) low power distance, low uncertainty avoidance

 

85) Goal-setting tends to do well in ________, where its basic ideas align well with general cultural values.

A) North America

B) South America

C) India and China

D) the Middle East

86) The job characteristics model (JCM) maintains that ________ is critical to motivating workers.

A) how workers are treated

B) how jobs are designed

C) equal treatment for all

D) setting goals

 

87) The JCM contends that meaningful work is ________.

A) high paying

B) always difficult

C) considered important and valuable by the worker

D) considered unimportant to managers

 

88) The JCM contends that ________ are required in meaningful work.

A) skill variety, task identity, and task significance

B) skill variety, autonomy, and feedback

C) task identity, autonomy, and feedback

D) task significance, autonomy, and feedback

 

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