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·         Question 1

2 out of 2 points

Henry Mintzberg determined that there were ten managerial roles could be categorized as interpersonal, informational, or decisional.

·         Question 2

2 out of 2 points

In a divisional structure

·         Question 3

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is a characteristic of conceptual skills?

·         Question 4

2 out of 2 points

_________feel strongly, one way or the other, about their organization and leaders, and act accordingly.

·         Question 5

2 out of 2 points

Operational managers

·         Question 6

2 out of 2 points

An example of external factors effecting an organization include

·         Question 7

2 out of 2 points

A _____         answers the question, “What is our reason for being?”

·         Question 8

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a style of follower?

·         Question 9

2 out of 2 points

Types of power include

·         Question 10

2 out of 2 points

A successful manager is able to do all of the following EXCEPT

·         Question 11

2 out of 2 points

According to Fiedler, the effectiveness of a leader is determined by the degree of match between a dominant trait of the leader and the favorableness of the situation for the leader.

·         Question 12

2 out of 2 points

Which is considered a higher-order need according to Maslow?

·         Question 13

2 out of 2 points

Scientific Management

·         Question 14

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a reason labor shifted from farms to factories?

·         Question 15

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT considered one of Deming’s fourteen points of basic industry transformation?

·         Question 16

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is a function of management?

·         Question 17

2 out of 2 points

Which is considered a lower-order need according to Maslow?

·         Question 18

2 out of 2 points

According to McGregor, Theory Y managers  assume that employees

·         Question 19

2 out of 2 points

Scientific Management  uses scientific methods to determine the “one best way” to complete a job

·         Question 20

2 out of 2 points

Fredrick Taylor used  _____  to develop the most efficient way to complete a task

·         Question 21

20 out of 20 points

Match the following

o     

Question

Selected Match

J. 

Act as a change agent within the organization and can be classified as either Transformational or Transactional.

D. 

Observe from the sidelines and disengage from their leaders and their organizations.

F. 

Power an individual has when they possess a special knowledge, skill, or ability that others lack.

E. 

Interpersonal and technical skill.

C. 

The development of goals, which leads to the development of an overall strategy for achieving those goal.

H. 

The structuring of groups together that perform similar duties.

A. 

The ability of an individual to detect emotional cues and adapt his or her feelings and behaviors accordingly.

G. 

The managerial role of entrepreneur, disturbance handler, resource allocator or negotiator.

B. 

Asks for input from others prior to making a decision and defers the decision to the group.

I. 

The willingness to remain faithful to the interests of others and a concern for followers.

·         Question 22

20 out of 20 points

Match the following

o     

Question

Selected Match

B. 

Created by Deming to explain the what caused a problem within an organization.

H. 

The “rule of thumb” in business where 80% of a business’ sales come from 20% of its customers.

J. 

Management models used to test different solutions under various assumptions through computer programs or role playing.

C. 

The study of an organization based on efficiency and effectiveness.

E. 

When workers deliberately worked well below their capacity.

G. 

Persons that have or claim ownership, rights, or interest in a corporation.

I. 

The precursor to a flow chart created by the Gilbreths to see patterns in activity which could help eliminate waste and promote efficiency.

A. 

The process by which the appropriate amount of inventory required for an organization is available at all times.

D. 

Proposed that classical management theories were not consistent with the personalities of mature adults.

F. 

The driving force to camaraderie and enthusiasm that unifies and energizes the organization.

·         Question 23

10 out of 10 points

From your study of Peter in the books of John, Acts and I Peter: provide 3 specific examples of when Peter was exhibiting one of the dimensions of emotional intelligence (EI) and note the type of EI he was exhibiting.

·         Question 24

10 out of 10 points

From your reading in Matthew 7:20, choose 2 different management theories and determine the fruits they are to produce. Be sure to include all stakeholders when determining the ‘fruit’ of the theory.

 

·         Question 1

2 out of 2 points

According to Kouzes and Posner, _____           is the most critical dimension of trust.

·         Question 2

2 out of 2 points

Organizational Management is a subset of management and is the art of applying general principles of systematic planning and problem solving to direct and supervise the united efforts of an organization to meet organizational goals.

·         Question 3

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT part of the strategic management process?

·         Question 4

2 out of 2 points

In the informational category, managers perform the roles

·         Question 5

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is true concerning leadership?

·         Question 6

2 out of 2 points

The goal of _____     is to balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive.

·         Question 7

2 out of 2 points

Types of power include

·         Question 8

2 out of 2 points

An example of external factors effecting an organization include

·         Question 9

2 out of 2 points

The ability to persist in the face of adversity is referred to as the  dimension of emotional intelligence.

·         Question 10

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a style of follower?

·         Question 11

2 out of 2 points

According to McGregor, Theory X managers

·         Question 12

2 out of 2 points

According to Fayol, authority was based on a manager’s position in the organization, as well as his or her intelligence,                  , and moral fortitude.

·         Question 13

2 out of 2 points

The principles of management include

·         Question 14

2 out of 2 points

Scientific Management  uses scientific methods to determine the “one best way” to complete a job

·         Question 15

2 out of 2 points

According to McGregor, Theory Y managers  assume that employees

·         Question 16

2 out of 2 points

Weber’s guidelines for bureaucracy include:

·         Question 17

2 out of 2 points

Fredrick Taylor used  _____  to develop the most efficient way to complete a task

·         Question 18

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is a negative aspect of Scientific Management?

·         Question 19

2 out of 2 points

The essence of Deming’s quality improvement model is:

·         Question 20

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT principle of management listed by Henri Fayol?

·         Question 22

20 out of 20 points

Match the following

o     

Question

Selected Match

B. 

Created by Deming to explain the what caused a problem within an organization.

H. 

The “rule of thumb” in business where 80% of a business’ sales come from 20% of its customers.

J.

Management models used to test different solutions under various assumptions through computer programs or role playing.

C. 

The study of an organization based on efficiency and effectiveness.

E. 

When workers deliberately worked well below their capacity.

G. 

Persons that have or claim ownership, rights, or interest in a corporation.

I.

The precursor to a flow chart created by the Gilbreths to see patterns in activity which could help eliminate waste and promote efficiency.

A. 

The process by which the appropriate amount of inventory required for an organization is available at all times.

D. 

Proposed that classical management theories were not consistent with the personalities of mature adults.

F. 

The driving force to camaraderie and enthusiasm that unifies and energizes the organization.

·         Question 23

Provide two specific examples from the books of John, Acts or I Peter of when Peter was exhibiting emotional intelligence. Also, please list the dimension of emotional intelligence from the text that was being exhibited. 

 

Question 1

A critical factor to the success of any business is assessing the organizations strategic plan to ensure that personnel, departments, and management are working together toward the same goals.

Question 2

Due in large part to globalization and the growth of social media, the organizational environments in which management must operate is not much different than it has been in previous years.

Question 3

A _____ manager is responsible for oversight of the resources within one specialized department in the organization.

Question 4

In a divisional structure

Question 5

According to Kouzes and Posner, _____ is the most critical dimension of trust.

Question 6

_________feel strongly, one way or the other, about their organization and leaders, and act accordingly.

Question 7

Which of the following is a characteristic of top managers?

Question 8

A manager taking corrective actions when the organization experiences unexpected disturbances is performing within the ______ of managerial roles.

Question 9

Which of the following is NOT a tool used by strategic managers?

Question 10

In the informational category, managers perform the roles

Question 11

Which of the following is NOT one of Taylor’s four guidelines used to promote efficiency?

Question 12

Which of the following is a function of management?

Question 13

Which of the following is NOT a reason labor shifted from farms to factories?

Question 14

The principles of management include

Question 15

Who believed that scientific management and industrial psychology both could increase organizational efficiency through alignment of a worker’s skills with job requirements?

Question 16

Which of the following is NOT principle of management listed by Henri Fayol?

Question 17

Which is considered a lowerorder need according to Maslow?

Question 18

Which of the following is NOT a component of forecasting?

Question 19

Charisma occurs when:

Question 20

Which of the following is a negative aspect of Scientific Management?

Question 24

How did Jesus address the Hierarchy of Needs found in Chapter 2 when ministering to His disciples and followers in Matthew 5 – 7 and in Matthew 19:27–20:16? Provide specific examples from the Hierarchy of Needs and connect them to a specific verse.

 

Question 1 A successful manager is able to do all of the following EXCEPT

Question 2 Organizational Management is a subset of management and is the art of applying general principles of systematic planning and problem solving to direct and supervise the united efforts of an organization to meet organizational goals.

Question 3 A critical factor to the success of any business is assessing the organizations strategic plan to ensure that personnel, departments, and management are working together toward the same goals.

Question 4 Which of the following is NOT part of the strategic management process?

Question 5 Henry Mintzberg determined that there were ten managerial roles could be categorized as interpersonal, informational, or decisional.

Question 6 Types of power include

Question 7 In the informational category, managers perform the roles

Question 8 Which of the following is true concerning leadership?

Question 9 _______ is the development of goals, which leads to the development of an overall strategy for achieving those goals.

Question 10 Which of the following is NOT a style of follower?

Question 11 Which theorist believed that cooperation is the glue that holds organizations together and is an inherent function needed for an organization’s survival?

Question 12 Who believed that scientific management and industrial psychology both could increase organizational efficiency through alignment of a worker’s skills with job requirements?

Question 13 Weber’s guidelines for bureaucracy include:

Question 14 The essence of Deming’s quality improvement model is:

Question 15 In the check phase of Deming’s quality improvement model

Question 16 Which is considered a lower­order need according to Maslow?

Question 17 Argyris suggests that encouragement, reinforcement, and _____, foster growth.

Question 18 Which of the following is NOT a component of forecasting?

Question 19 Which of the following is NOT considered one of Deming’s fourteen points of basic industry transformation?

Question 20 Which of the following is the main difference between administrative management and scientific management?

Question 21 Match the following Question Selected Match

Tasks a manager is expected to perform based on the position he or she holds in the organization.

Inspires followers to achieve organizational goals.

Clarifies follower role and task requirements.

The managerial role of the figurehead, leader, or liaison.

Groups that balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive.

The display of admirable characteristics that others seek to possess.

Responsible for using resources to increase performance and profits.

Makes a decision and then informs the group about the decision.

The ability to influence others and is dependent upon whether the leader possesses that which followers seek.

Applying general principles of systematic planning and problem solving to direct and supervise an organization.

Question 22 Match the following Question Selected Match

Created by Deming to explain the what caused a problem within an organization.

Pareto Principle H. The “rule of thumb” in business where 80% of a business’ sales come from 20% of its customers.

Management models used to test different solutions under various assumptions through computer programs or role playing.

The study of an organization based on efficiency and effectiveness.

When workers deliberately worked well below their capacity.

Persons that have or claim ownership, rights, or interest in a corporation.

The precursor to a flow chart created by the Gilbreths to see patterns in activity which could help eliminate waste and promote efficiency.

The process by which the appropriate amount of inventory required for an organization is available at all times.

Proposed that classical management theories were not consistent with the personalities of mature adults.

The driving force to camaraderie and enthusiasm that unifies and energizes the organization.

Question 23 From your study of Peter in the books of John, Acts and I Peter: provide 2 specific examples of when was Peter acting as a transactional leader.

Question 24 From your reading in Luke 6: 43­45, choose 2 different management theories found in Chapter 2 and determine the fruits they are to produce. Be sure to include all stakeholders when determining the ‘fruit’ of the theory.

 

Question 1 The goal of _____     is to balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive

Question 2 An example of external factors effecting an organization include

Question 3 A  _____      manager is responsible for oversight of the resources within one specialized department in the organization

Question 4 Which of the following is a characteristic of top managers

Question 5 Which of the following is true concerning leadership?

Question 6 In a divisional structure

Question 7 A manager taking corrective actions when the organization experiences  unexpected disturbances is performing within the ______         of managerial roles.

Question 8 Which of the following is NOT part of the strategic management process?

Question 9 According to Kouzes and Posner, _____           is the most critical dimension of trust

Question 10 Due in large part to globalization and the growth of social media, the organizational environments in which management must operate is not much different than it has been in previous years.

Question 11 Which of the following is NOT a component of forecasting?

Question 12 Which is considered a lower-order need according to Maslow?

Question 13 Scientific Management  uses scientific methods to determine the “one best way” to complete a job

Question 14 Which of the following is NOT one of the five disciplines of the learning organization?

Question 15 Weber’s guidelines for bureaucracy include

Question 16 Charisma occurs when:

Question 17 The principles of management include

Question 18 According to McGregor, Theory X managers

Question 19 Argyris suggests that encouragement, reinforcement, and  _____, foster growth

Question 20 Which of the following is NOT one of Taylor’s four guidelines used to promote efficiency?

Question 21-25 Matching

Question 25 Provide 3 specific examples of Peter fulfilling 3 of  Mintzberg’s managerial roles that are found in Chapter 1. Note the specific managerial role along with the example from scripture

Question 26 From your reading in Matthew 7:20, choose 2 different management theories and determine the fruits they are to produce. Be sure to include all stakeholders when determining the ‘fruit’ of the theory.

 

A Transactional leader

Henry Mintzberg determined that there were ten managerial roles could be categorized as interpersonal, informational, or decisional

In the informational category, managers perform the roles

Due in large part to globalization and the growth of social media, the organizational environments in which management must operate is not much different than it has been in previous years

_________feel strongly, one way or the other, about their organization and leaders, and act accordingly

An example of external factors effecting an organization include

According to Jack Welch, a successful manager will be able to  _____              , handle inside politics and adversity, make tough decisions courageously, and be a team player with a staff that regularly changes

Operational managers

A manager taking corrective actions when the organization experiences unexpected disturbances is performing within the ______         of managerial roles

A  _____      manager is responsible for oversight of the resources within one specialized department in the organization

Which of the following is NOT one of Taylor’s four guidelines used to promote efficiency

Which of the following is a negative aspect of Scientific Management

The essence of Deming’s quality improvement model is:

Which is considered a lower-order need according to Maslow

Which of the following would be considered levels of the Senge innovative learning process

Which of the following is the main difference between administrative management and scientific management

According to Fiedler, the effectiveness of a leader is determined by the degree of match between a dominant trait of the leader and the favorableness of the situation for the leader

Which of the following is NOT considered one of Deming’s fourteen points of basic industry transformation

Which of the following is a function of management?

Which of the following is NOT a reason labor shifted from farms to factories

A hierarchy of needs proposed by Abraham Maslow

Attempts to explain why the reaction occurred and uncovers the root cause of the issue

A guideline of Weber’s bureaucracy where emotion and camaraderie are removed from the implementation and enforcement of rules

Modifying the actions of individuals or groups as a response to their errors or expected outcomes

Similar to Maslow’s motivational theory with the main difference that a personal can be motivated by more than one level at a time

The ability of an organization to exploit its environment in the acquisition of scarce and valued resources

A system created by the Gilbreths to categorize basic tasks within a process by giving the tasks different symbols

Line of authority or chain of command

Used in strategic planning projects to demand for goods or services based on historical data

Wrote The Wealth of Nations and was the first to recognize the connection between job specialization and efficiency

Act as a change agent within the organization and can be classified as either Transformational or Transactional

Observe from the sidelines and disengage from their leaders and their organizations

Power an individual has when they possess a special knowledge, skill, or ability that others lack

Interpersonal and technical skill.

The development of goals, which leads to the development of an overall strategy for achieving those goal

The structuring of groups together that perform similar duties

The ability of an individual to detect emotional cues and adapt his or her feelings and behaviors accordingly

The managerial role of entrepreneur, disturbance handler, resource allocator or negotiator

Asks for input from others prior to making a decision and defers the decision to the group

The willingness to remain faithful to the interests of others and a concern for followers

Tasks a manager is expected to perform based on the position he or she holds in the organization

Inspires followers to achieve organizational goals

Clarifies follower role and task requirements

Responsible for using resources to increase performance and profits

The managerial role of the figurehead, leader, or liaison

The display of admirable characteristics that others seek to possess

Applying general principles of systematic planning and problem solving to direct and supervise an organization

Makes a decision and then informs the group about the decision

The ability to influence others and is dependent upon whether the leader possesses that which followers seek

Groups that balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive

Created by Deming to explain the what caused a problem within an organization

The “rule of thumb” in business where 80% of a business’ sales come from 20% of its customers

Management models used to test different solutions under various assumptions through computer programs or role playing

The study of an organization based on efficiency and effectiveness

When workers deliberately worked well below their capacity

Persons that have or claim ownership, rights, or interest in a corporation

The precursor to a flow chart created by the Gilbreths to see patterns in activity which could help eliminate waste and promote efficiency

The process by which the appropriate amount of inventory required for an organization is available at all times

Proposed that classical management theories were not consistent with the personalities of mature adults

The driving force to camaraderie and enthusiasm that unifies and energizes the organization

From your study of Peter in the books of John, Acts and I Peter: provide 2 specific examples of when was Peter acting as a transformational leader

From your reading in I Corinthians 13:11-12, what management theory found in Chapter 2 most closely aligns with addressing the maturity and attitude of the follower in these verses. Include the specific theory and discuss

 

Clarifies follower role and task requirements

Applying general principles of systematic planning and problem solving to direct and supervise an organization

Asks for input from others prior to making a decision and defers the decision to the group

Inspires followers to achieve organizational goals

The ability to influence others and is dependent upon whether the leader possesses that which followers seek

The ability of an individual to detect emotional cues and adapt his or her feelings and behaviors accordingly

Act as a change agent within the organization and can be classified as either Transformational or Transactional

Observe from the sidelines and disengage from their leaders and their organizations

Interpersonal and technical skill

The structuring of groups together that perform similar duties

The willingness to remain faithful to the interests of others and a concern for followers

Power of an individual has when they possess a special knowledge, skill, or ability that others lack

The display of admirable characteristics that others seek to possess

Responsible for using resources to increase performance and profits

Tasks a manager is expected to perform bases on the position he or she holds in the organization

The managerial role of the figurehead, leader, or liaison

The development of goals, which leads to the development of an overall strategy for achieving those goals

Makes a decision and then informs the group about the decision

The managerial role of entrepreneur, disturbance handler, resource allocator or negotiator

Groups that balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive

Organizational Management is a subset of managements and is the art of applying general principles of systematic planning and problem solving to direct and supervise the united efforts of an organization to meet organizational goals.

_is the developments of goals, which leads to the developments of an overall strategy for achieving those goals.

Which of the following is true concerning leadership

A Transactional leader

The ability to persist in the face of adversity is referred to as the_dimension of emotional intelligence.

Which of the following is NOT a style of follower?

_feel strongly, one way or the other, about their organization and leaders, and act accordingly.

According to Kouzes and Posner, _is the most critical dimension of trust

Types of power include

Henry Mintzberg determined that there were ten managerial roles could be categorized as interpersonal, informational, or decisional

A manager taking corrective actions when the organization experiences unexpected disturbances is performing within the_of managerial roles

In informational category, managers perform the roles

A_manager is responsible for oversight of the resources within one specialized department in the organization

Which of the following is NOT part of the strategic management process?

Which of the following is a characteristic of top managers?

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of conceptual skills?

A successful manager is able to do all of the following EXCEPT

In a divisional structure

A critical factor to the success of any business is assessing the organizations strategic plan to ensure that personnel, departments, and management are working together toward the same goals

A _ answers the question, "What is our reason for being?"

Which of the following is NOT a tool used by strategic managers?

Operational managers

Due in large part to globalization and growth of social media, the organizational environments in which management must operate is not much different than it has been in previous years

An example of external factors effecting an organization include

According to Jack Welch, a successful manager will be able to _, handle inside politics and adversity, make tough decisions courageously, and be a team player with a staff that regularly changes

The goal of _ is to balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive

The "rule of thumb" in business where 80% of a business sales come from 20% of its customers

Wrote the Wealth of Nations and was the first to recognize the connection between job specialization and efficiency

Management models used to test different solutions under various attempts through computer programs or role playing

The ability of an organization to exploit its environment in the acquisition of scarce and valued resources

The precursor to a flow chart created by the Gibreths to see patterns in activity which could help eliminate waste and promote efficiency

The study of an organization based on efficiency and effetiveness

Line of authority or chain of command

Modifying the actions of individuals or groups as a response to their errors or expected outcomes

When workers deliberately worked well below their cpacity

A system created by the Gilbreths to categorize basic tasks within a process by giving the tasks different symbols

The driving force to camaraderie and enthusiasm that unifies and energizes the organization

A guideline of Weber's bureaucracy where emotion and camaraderie are removed from the implementation and enforcement of rules

A hierarchy of needs proposed by Abraham Maslow

Similar to Maslow's motivational theory with the main difference that a person can be motivated by more than one level at a time

Proposed that classical management theories were not consistent with the personalities of mature adults

The process by which the appropriate amount if inventory required for an organization is available at all times

Attempts to explain why the reaction occurred and uncover the root cause of the issue

Used in strategic planning projects to demand for goods or services based on historical date

Created by Deming to explain the what caused a problem within an organization

Persons that have or claim ownership, rights, or interest inn a corporation

Which of the following is NOT a reason labor shifted from farms to factories?

Emerged in the 19th century; Was primarily an American trend

Scientific Management uses scientific methods to determine the "one best way" to complete a job

Fredrick Taylor used _ to develop the most efficient way to complete a task

Which of the following is NOT one of Taylor's four guidelines used to promote efficiency

Which of the following is a negative aspect of Scientific Management?

Which of the following is the main difference between administrative management and scientific management?

Which of the following is a function of management?

The principles of management include

Which of the following is NOT principle of management listed by Henri Fayol?

According to Fayol, authority was based on a manager's position in the organization, as well as his or her intelligence, _, and moral fortitude.

Charisma occurs when:

Weber's guidelines for bureaucracy include:

Who believed that scientific management and industrial psychology both could increase organizational efficiency through alignment of a worker's skills with job requirements?

Which theorist believed that cooperation is the glue that holds organizations together and is an inherent function needed for an organizations survival?

The Hawthorne Studies determined that

Which is considered a higher-order need according to Maslow?

Which is considered a lower-order need according to Maslow?

According to McGegor, Theory X managers

According to McGregor, Theory Y managers assume that employees

Argyris suggests that encouragement, reinforcement, and _, forster growth.

Which of the following is NOT a component of forecasting?

In a doctor's office, which of the following is an application of Queuing theory?

According to Fiedler, the effectiveness of a leader is determined by the degree of match between a dominant trait of the leader and favorableness of the situation for the leader.

The essence of Deming's quality improvement model is:

In the check phase of Deming's quality improvement model

Which of the following is NOT one of the five disciplines of the learning organization?

What are the one of the four levels of the Senge innovative learning process?

Which of the following is NOT considered one of Deming's fourteen points of basic industry transformation?

 

_______ is the development of goals, which leads to the development of an overall strategy for achieving those goals.

following is true concerning leadership?

4. A Transactional leader

5. The ability to persist in the face of adversity is referred to as the dimension of emotional intelligence.

6. Which of the following is NOT a style of follower?

7. _________feel strongly, one way or the other, about their organization and leaders, and act accordingly.

According to Kouzes and Posner, _____ is the most critical dimension of trust

9. Types of power include

11. A manager taking corrective actions when the organization experiences unexpected disturbances is performing within the ______ of managerial roles.

12. In the informational category, managers perform the roles

A _____ manager is responsible for oversight of the resources within one specialized department in the organization

14. Which of the following is NOT part of the strategic management process?

15. Which of the following is a characteristic of top managers?

16. Which of the following is a characteristic of conceptual skills?

17. A successful manager is able to do all of the following EXCEPT

18. In a divisional structure

A_____ answers the question, "what is our reason for being?"

21. Which of the following is NOT a tool used by strategic managers?

22. Operational managers

An example of external factors effecting an organization include

25. According to Jack Welch, a successful manager will be able to _____, handle inside politics and adversity, make tough decisions courageously, and be a team player with a staff that regularly changes.

The goal of _____ is to balance the demand for greater profits while remaining environmentally sensitive

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