4.None of these
According to Katz, when managers have the mental ability to analyze and diagnose complex situations, they possess skills.
According to operant conditioning, when behaviour is not reinforced, what happens to the probability of that behaviour occurring again?
3.It remains unchanged.
4.It becomes zero.
4.None of these
As a manager, one of James's duties is to present awards to outstanding employees within his department. Which Mintzberg managerial role is James acting in when he does this?
Basis of "Collegial Model of OB is
Believes, attitudes, traditions and expectations which are shared by group members is called
Concept of MBO was introduced by:
3.Status and Recognition
If everyone who is faced with a similar situation responds in the same way, attribution theory states that the behaviour shows ______
1.whether an individual displays consistent behaviors in different situations
2.whether an individual displays different behaviors in different situations
3.whether an individual displays consistent behaviors in similar situations
4.whether an individual displays different behaviors in similar situations
LMr. Manoj, Manager ABC Company found that skills of workers and machinery used by them as compared to the competitors in the market are obsolete within a year, which type of challenge ABC Company is facing?
1.High Quality and Low Quality
2.Globalization and Culture
3.Rapid Pace of Change
Organization Behavior is
1.An interdisciplinary approach
2.A humanistic approach
3.Total system approach
4.All of these
Organization Behavior is not a /an
1.A separate field of study
1.Martin Evans & Robert House
Porter Lawler Model is an extension of
2.Mc Clelland's theory
3.Stacy Adams theory
Psychology's major contributions to the field of organizational behavior have been primarily at what level of analysis?
1.the level of the group
2.the level of the individual
3.the level of the organization
4.the level of the culture
Raju believes that men perform better in oral presentations than women. What shortcut has been used in this case?
1.The halo effect
2.The contrast effect
3.internal locus of control
4.external locus of control
The application of reinforcement concepts to individuals in the work setting is referred to as
The subject of organizational culture has been most influenced by which behavioural science discipline?
1.an unconditioned response
2.a conditioned stimulus
3.a conditioned response
4.an unconditioned stimulus
1.Actions that have high distinctiveness, high consensus and high consistency
2.Actions that have high distinctiveness, high consensus and low consistency
3.Actions that have high distinctiveness, low consensus and low consistency
4.Actions that have low distinctiveness, low consistency and high consensus
What term is used for the extent to which an individual displays different behaviours in different situations?
Which dimension of Big 5 personality traits represents artistically sensitive, refined etc.
1.Technical knowledge is all that is needed for success.
2.It is not essential to have sound interpersonal skills.
3.Technical skills are necessary, but insufficient alone for success.
4.Effectiveness is not impacted by human behavior.
2.Path Goal theory
4.Job centered Leadership
2.Equity among workers
4.Defining the goal
4.All of these
Which of the following OB topics is not central to managing employees' fears about terrorism?
While the Functions, Roles, Skills, and Activities approaches to management all differ, they all recognize that effective and successful managers must develop which of the following?
____ refers to the network of personal and social relations that is developed spontaneously between people associated with each other.
______ is "the reactions of individuals to new or threatening factors in their work environments"
______ is the process of screening out information that we are uncomfortable with or that contradict to our beliefs
________ indicates the level of uncertainty that people can tolerate to work efficiently without experiencing undue stress
3.Tolerance for ambiguity