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Araceli is a team member in a large corporation. She never speaks in the team meetings because she has seen members talk behind each others' backs outside of the meetings. Members are constantly monitoring the other member's work, looking for a mistake to point out in a meeting. According to the information provided, which contextual factor is most likely hindering the success of Araceli's team
Weegy: B. Climate of trust User: Ayesha is leading a group to develop a prototype for a new product. She has chosen three people to work with her. Ben and Tom are good friends and socialize on the weekend. They are both very creative. Julian is older than Ben and Tom, but they have worked together before and been quite productive. Julian is organized. Ayesha has never worked with any of the men, but knows the product well. She brings the highest level of expertise. Which of the following statements best describes Ayesha's group? Weegy: She brings the highest level of expertise. User: Irma does not like a few of the standard operating procedures adapted for the new project. However, she discussed the items with the team and told them that she realized she was in the minority and that she would adapt the new procedures to maintain smooth operations within the team. What is this type of intention called? Weegy: C. Collaborating User: Ayesha is leading a group to develop a prototype for a new product. She has chosen three people to work with her. Ben and Tom are good friends and socialize on the weekend. They are both very creative. Julian is older than Ben and Tom, but they have worked together before and been quite productive. Julian is organized. Ayesha has never worked with any of the men, but knows the product well. She brings the highest level of expertise. Which of the following statements best describes Ayesha's group? Weegy: Can you finish your question, so far it looks like deductive reasoning. User: Ayesha is leading a group to develop a prototype for a new product. She has chosen three people to work with her. Ben and Tom are good friends and socialize on the weekend. They are both very creative. Julian is older than Ben and Tom, but they have worked together before and been quite productive. Julian is organized. Ayesha has never worked with any of the men, but knows the product well. She brings the highest level of expertise. Which of the ... (More)
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What is the process through which employees are adapted to an organization's culture? User: If there is a basic conflict between the individual's expectations and the reality of working in an organization, the employee is most likely to be disillusioned and quit during which stage of socialization?
Weegy: D. Encounter User: When your superior offers you a raise if you will perform additional work beyond the requirements of your job, he or she is exercising ________ power. User: When your superior offers you a raise if you will perform additional work beyond the requirements of your job, he or she is exercising ________ power. A. Legitimate B. Coercive C. Reward D. Personal Weegy: C. Reward User: Political behaviors usually A. lie outside of an individual’s specified job performance B. are counter productive to individual goals C. are seen only in large organizations D. are frowned upon by organizational leaders Weegy: Political behaviors usually A. lie outside of an individual's specified job performance [ ] User: Regardless of the composition of a group, managers can leverage diversity to achieve superior performance by which of the following approaches? A. Emphasize the higher-level similarities among members. B. Ensure that everyone knows the importance of diversity in groups. C. Explain the legal and ethical implications involved of not having a diverse group. D. Focus on the benefits of having a diverse group. Weegy: B. Ensure that everyone knows the importance of diversity in groups. User: Effective workforce programs that encourage diversity have three distinct components. First, they inform managers about the legal framework for equal employment opportunities and encourage fair treatment. Second, they teach managers how a diverse workforce will be better able to serve a diverse market of customers and clients. Third, they A. ensure top-level management represents the diversity of its workforce and client base B. ensure that certain groups have not been underutilized C. generally involve one-shot training sessions that don’t take up an undue amount of time D. foster personal development practices that bring out the skills and abilities of all workers Weegy: Third, they A. ensure top-level management represents ... (More)
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