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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 A. High
norms, low cohesiveness, high productivity B. Low norms, low cohesiveness, low productivity C. High norms, high cohesiveness, high productivity D. Low norms, high cohesiveness, low productivity
inherent in a managerial position to give orders and expect orders to be obeyed is termed Authority.
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For process conflict to be productive, it must be A. Kept high B. Kept low C. Kept at low to moderate levels D. Kept at moderate levels A. High norms, low cohesiveness, high productivity B. Low norms, low cohesiveness, low productivity C. High norms, high cohesiveness, high productivity D. Low norms, high cohesiveness, low productivity
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For process conflict to be productive, it must be: B. Kept low.
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The right inherent in a managerial position to give orders and expect orders to be obeyed is termed A. High norms, low cohesiveness, high productivity B. Low norms, low cohesiveness, low productivity C. High norms, high cohesiveness, high productivity D. Low norms, high cohesiveness, low productivity
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