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__________ are responsible for directly achieving organizational goals. Staff personnel Organizational specialists Line personnel Chain of command managers
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Line personnel are responsible for directly achieving organizational goals.

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After thirteen years as a laborer for Hendrix Construction, Jimmy was promoted to the position of foreman. He is directly responsible for assigning various jobs to his work crew and evaluating their performance on a daily basis. Jimmy is now a member of: supervisory management.

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__________ are specific, short-term, measurable results an organization wants to achieve in order to fulfill its long term goals. Mission complements Objectives Opportunity targets Directives
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Objectives are specific, short-term, measurable results an organization wants to achieve in order to fulfill its long term goals.

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One of the challenges facing today's managers is to: work with a more educated workforce.

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Campbell is a middle manager for a bureaucratic organization. According to Max Weber's views on bureaucratic organizations, Campbell's function within the organization is to: make key operating decisions. implement the decisions of top management. ensure the organization achieves esprit de corps. evaluate the daily performance of first-line employees.
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Campbell is a middle manager for a bureaucratic organization. According to Max Weber's views on bureaucratic organizations, Campbell's function within the organization is to: implement the decisions of top management.
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