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Formal conflict is a type of- (a). Goal conflict (b). Organizational conflict (c). Role conflict (d). Group conflict
Weegy: The answer is b) organizational conflict. (More)
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tjdcet, According to the Weegy rules Please restate the question as the part of your answer in future. Example - Formal conflict is a type of organizational conflict.
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Formal conflict is a type of- (a). Goal conflict (b). Organizational conflict (c). Role conflict (d). Group conflict
Weegy: Organizational conflict is a state of discord caused by the actual or perceived opposition of needs, values and interests between people working together. Conflict takes many forms in organizations. [ There is the inevitable clash between formal authority and power and those individuals and groups affected. There are disputes over how revenues should be divided, how the work should be done, and how long and hard people should work. There are jurisdictional disagreements among individuals, departments, and between unions and management. There are subtler forms of conflict involving rivalries, jealousies, personality clashes, role definitions, and struggles for power and favor. There is also conflict within individuals — between competing needs and demands — to which individuals respond in different ways ] (More)
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The basic assumption of organizational behavior relates to- (a). Nature of people and organization (b). Technology (c). External social system (d). Internal resource chanellisation
Weegy: (a) nature of people and organization. User: Stereotyping refers to judging people based on- (a). Single Characteristic (b). Group characteristic (c). Attribution (d). Motives & desires Weegy: (d) motives & desires User: A mechanism by which the superior & subordinate jointly set the goals and plan the activities needed for the purpose is- (a). Planning (b). MBO (c). MBE (d). Strategic management (More)
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Management grid incorporates ___________ major styles of leadership. (a). Five (b). Three (c). Seven (d). Nine
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Management grid incorporates FIVE major styles of leadership.
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