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The right inherent in a managerial position to give orders and expect orders to be obeyed is termed A. chain of command B. authority C. power D. unity of command
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User: The right inherent in a managerial position to give orders and expect orders to be obeyed is termed A. chain of command B. authority C. power D. unity of command

Weegy: B. authority
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

User: What is the process through which employees are adapted to an organization's culture? A. Personalization B. Mentoring C. Socialization D. Institutionalization

Weegy: C. Socialization 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? A. Prearrival B. Ritual C. Metamorphosis D. Encounter

Weegy: D. Encounter
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User: Tony loves programming. He was on the ground level of the computer revolution. This year his boss has set personal goals for each of the programmers, one of which includes a presentation from each programmer about a project. Tony is very annoyed because he has a tremendous amount of work to do and he will have to spend the weekend, his personal time, preparing the presentation. Taking into account self-determination theory, why did his manager’s goals and the presentation reduce Tony's motivation? A. The internally imposed goal feels coercive, causing Tony's intrinsic motivation to suffer. B. The self-imposed goal increases his sense of competence, causing the intrinsic motivation to suffer. C. The externally imposed goal is an external reward, causing Tony's intrinsic motivation to increase. D. The externally imposed goal feels coercive, causing Tony's intrinsic motivation to suffer.

Weegy: B. The self-imposed goal increases his sense of competence, causing the intrinsic motivation to suffer
pritilixious|Points 218|

User: Glendon has a degree in business and worked for 2 years at an international firm in Spain. When the firm suffered cutbacks and Glendon returned home, he took a job at a nonprofit agency mentoring at-risk Spanish-speaking children. Glendon earns a third of what he earned in the business world, but has decided that his new goal is to acquire a larger case load and continue to use his Spanish to help people. Which theory explains why Glendon is happy with a much smaller external reward for his work?

Weegy: A. Self-imposition of goals
BRAINSTORM|Points 3057|

User: Today Marci's boss entered her cubicle and told her that her work has been fantastic, and that because of her last project the client is going to give the company all of their business. Marci's boss continued to talk about what a great job she's doing. When her boss left, Marci felt very confident and satisfied with herself and her job. Marci's boss uses communication in which of the following functions?

Weegy: Could you please provide the choices. Thanks.
Fanboy|Points 2031|

User: Today Marci's boss entered her cubicle and told her that her work has been fantastic, and that because of her last project the client is going to give the company all of their business. Marci's boss continued to talk about what a great job she's doing. When her boss left, Marci felt very confident and satisfied with herself and her job. Marci's boss uses communication in which of the following functions? A. Motivation B. Control C. Emotional expression D. Information

Weegy: Marci's boss uses communication as a way to motivate in this situation.
Frankie17851|Points 2225|

User: What can managers do to make sure that important information is not withheld from them through silence? A. Listen to and support diverse opinions. B. Deal with information overload. C. Interpret what they see and call it reality. D. Tell employees what they want to hear.

Weegy: To make sure that important information is not withheld from them through silence, managers can: A. Listen to and support diverse opinions.
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User: When Neal Patterson, CEO of Cerner Corporation, sent his seething e-mail to 400 managers, he erred by selecting the wrong





Weegy: When Neal Patterson, CEO of Cerner Corporation, sent his seething e-mail to 400 managers, he erred by selecting the wrong channel for his message.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 33272|

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