Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question by circling the correct answer. 1. In the field of organizational behavior, organizations are best described as: A. Legal entities that must abide by government regulations and pay taxes. B. Physical structures with observable capital equipment. C. Social entities with a publicly stated set of formal goals. D. Groups of people who work Interdependently towards some purpose. 2. Which organizational behavior perspective discusses inputs, outputs and feedback? A. Mechanistic perspective 8.
Open systems perspective C. Goal-attainment perspective D. Organizational learning perspective 3. At which level of the organization do we study topics such as change, culture, and structure? A. The individual level 3. The group or department level C. The organizational level D. The Internal level 4. In terms of performance, what effect does corporate social responsibility have? A. It reduces profit but Increases goodwill 8. It reduces profit and reduces goodwill C. It has an overall positive effect on performance D. It is viewed in a cynical fashion by customers 5. The triple bottom line philosophy says that: A. Impasses should pay three times more attention to profits than to employee wellbeing. B. The main goal of all companies is to satisfy the needs of three groups: employees, shareholders, and suppliers. C. Companies should pay attention to local, national, and global customers. D. Companies should try to support the economic, social, and environmental spheres of sustainability. 6. Which of the following is an example of knowledge acquisition? A. Surveying employees about their attitudes towards recent corporate changes. B. Developing a training program for employees to learn the latest software or their Jobs. C.
Encouraging employees to share their knowledge with co-workers. D. Hiring people who bring valuable knowledge that is not available from current Personality, beliefs, values, and attitudes are: 7. A. Secondary categories of workforce diversity. B. Primary categories of workforce diversity. C. Categories of deep-level workforce diversity. D. A result of generational psychometrics. 8. The contingency anchor of organizational behavior states that: A. We should have a second B theory to explain the situation in case our first choice doesn’t work. B. B theories must view organizations as systems that need to adapt to their environments.
C. There is usually one best way to resolve organizational problems. D. A particular action may have different consequences in different situations. 9. Of the following, which basis of diversity would be the most difficult for organizations to enhance membership and representation within the organization? A. Age B. Cultural C. Mental and physical disability D. Sexual orientation 10. Which of the following approaches is most descriptive of Bob’s view of the world? A. An open-systems approach. B. A closed-systems approach. C. A systematic approach. D. An unsystematic approach. 11.
Which of the following identifies the four factors that directly influence individual behavior and performance? A. Utilitarianism B. MARS model C. Schwartz model D. Holland model 12. Aptitudes, skills, and competencies all fall under which of the following concepts? A. Motivation B. Personality D. Ethics D. Ability 13. Which of these refers too person’s beliefs about what behaviors are appropriate or necessary, Nina particular situation? A. Natural aptitudes B. Role perceptions C. Competencies E. Situational factors A. The employee’s right to vote for the company president. B. Employee behaviors that extend beyond normal Job duties. C. The organization’s obligations to society. D. The organization’s attachment to a particular country rather than being a global entity. 15. An individual’s personality: A. Changes several times throughout the year. B. Is formed only from childhood colonization and the environment. C. Is less evident in situations where social norms, reward systems, and other conditions constrain behavior. D. Is formed only from childhood colonization and the environment and is sees evident in situations where social norms, reward systems, and other conditions constrain behavior. 6. Which ‘Big Five’ personality dimension is most valuable for predicting Job performance? A. Extroversion B. Openness to experience C. Conscientiousness D. Agreeableness 17. The measure of the extent to which a society accepts the fact that power in institutions and organizations is distributed unequally is called: A. Power distance. B. Organizational power theory. C. Bureaucracy. D. Collectivism. 18. Individualism is the degree to which people prefer to act as whereas electives is the equivalent of B. Power brokers; low individualism .
A. Individuals; low individualism C. Individuals; uncertainty avoidance D. Individuals; group behavior 19. A count of the times a student asks a question or makes a comment in an organizational behavior course is Alan personality. B. Projective measure of personality. C. Example of the IMP. D. Behavioral measure of personality. A. Self-report measure of 20. Which of the following cultures has/have the strongest preference for patriarchal authority? A. Anglophone Canadians B. Francophone Canadians C. Americans