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MGT 3370 Test #1 – Flashcards 156 terms
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Jazzlyn Sampson
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Business Management Get Things Done Negative Self Talk Positive Psychology Practice Makes Perfect Reduce The Impact Two Years Ago
MGMT 310 Exam 2 Quizzes – Flashcards 61 terms
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Noah Thomson
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Get Things Done Linguistics Make The Transition
Intro to PT – Flashcards 132 terms
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Kevin Stewart
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Business Management Get Things Done Hersey And Blanchard Leader Member Exchange Leadership South American Countries
Management, 3e (Hitt) Chapter 8 Leadership – Flashcards 89 terms
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Kenneth McQuaid
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Decision Making Get Things Done
English Unit 9 – Team building – Flashcards 8 terms
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Elizabeth Hill
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Build And Maintain Business Management First Line Managers Get Things Done Management
MANAGEMENT 301: CHAPTER 1 – Flashcards 48 terms
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Steven Colyer
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Bring About Change Get Things Done
Mgmt 391 Chp 1 33 terms
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Ann Ricker
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Get Things Done Jean Jacques Rousseau New Material
Cornerstones for Community College Success Chapter 7 50 terms
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James Hopper
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Economic And Social Problems Get Things Done Necessary And Proper Clause Political Science Politics of the United States State And Local Laws State And National Governments United States Government-Comprehensive
Poly Sci 101 135 terms
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Patricia Smith
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AP Government Get Things Done Politics of the United States Relations With Other Nations United States Government-Comprehensive
AP Gov chapter 8 vocab – Flashcards 28 terms
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Lewis Gardner
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Get Things Done Like Minded People Sellers And Buyers
Combo with E-Commerce and 2 others – Flashcards 564 terms
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Julia Rush
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Which of the following is one of the first steps to take in launching the strategy execution process? A. Ensure all requirements of the value chain are fulfilled. B. Form a mission statement as a basis for managers to achieve organizational objectives. C. Go on the offensive by employing moves to make its product offering more distinctive and appealing to buyers. D. Put together a talented management team with the right mix of experiences, skills, and abilities to get things done. E. Strive to be more profitable than rivals and aim for a competitive edge based on bigger profit margins.
D. Put together a talented management team with the right mix of experiences, skills, and abilities to get things done.
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Willingness and ability to get things done effectively and efficiently
work ethic
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while both managers and entrepreneurs feel a sense of urgency, ___ are especially apt to be impatient and want to get things done as quickly as possible particularly, action oriented
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working together makes it easier to get things done
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________ get things done through other people. They make decisions, allocate resources, and direct the activities of others to attain goals.
Lee Kwon is a Korean worker who has been transferred by his company to the United States for six months to negotiate a supplier contract. Lee is having some problems understanding how to do business in the U.S. He has tried to get to know his U.S. co-workers, but feels rebuffed when they prefer to just get down to business and get things done. The problem could be the fact that Lee is from a(n) ________, and believes building personal relationships and trust is more important than focusing on doing business as his U.S. co-workers are more comfortable doing. a) company that does not encourage communication b) high-context culture c) informal culture d) low-context culture
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