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When people are resisting because of adjustment problem,the _________method for dealing with resistance to change is commonly used Options Facilitation and support Explicit and implicit coercion Manipulation and cooptation Participation and involvement
Weegy: When people are resisting because of adjustment problem, the FACILITATION AND SUPPORT method is commonly used. User: According to Fieldler’s contingency model, leadership situations can be analyzed in terms of three elements. What are they? Options The quantity of the membership, the organizational structure and position of authority The quantity of leader-member relationships, task structure and position power The style of leadership, the educational level of the membership and the organizational structure The power of the leadership, the member relationships and the organizational structur Weegy: b)The quantity of leader-member relationships, task structure and position power. User: Which of the following characteristic distinguishes authority? Options It is vested in people not positions Subordinates accept it It flows across the horizontal hierarchy It emerges from the organizational values Weegy: Subordinates accept it of the following characteristic distinguishes authority User: Which of these refers to the set of characteristics that underlie a relatively stable pattern of behavior in response to ideas, objects or people in the environment Options Dissonance perception Personality Halo effect Attitude Weegy: where are the options? (More)
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Models that ask "what-if" questions repeatedly to determine the impact of changes in one or more factors on outcomes best describes: Options Optimization analysis. Sensitivity analysis. Forecasting. Goal-seeking.
Weegy: Models that ask "what-if" questions repeatedly to determine the impact of changes in one or more factors on outcomes best describes: optimization analysis. User: A system with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps to enhance planning and decision making best describes: Options Geographic information system. Executive support system. Demographic analysis system. Location analysis system Weegy: ystem with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps to enhance planning and decision making best describes:geographic information system. User: A system with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps to enhance planning and decision making best describes: Options Geographic information system. Executive support system. Demographic analysis system. Location analysis system. Weegy: ystem with software that can analyze and display data using digitized maps to enhance planning and decision making best describes:geographic information system. User: GDSS software tools that allow individuals to simultaneously and anonymously contribute ideas on the meeting topics are called: Options Electronic questionnaires. Tools for voting or setting priorities. Electronic brainstorming tools. Idea organizers. Weegy: GDSS software tools that allow individuals to simultaneously and anonymously contribute ideas on the meeting topics are called Electronic brainstorming tools. User: GDSS can enhance group decision making by: Options Improving preplanning. Increasing participation. Providing documentation of meetings. Doing all of the above. Weegy: A GDSS can enhance group decision making by: Doing all of the above (Improving preplanning. Increasing participation. Providing documentation of meetings.) User: Each of the following is a basic GDSS element EXCEPT: Options Hardware. Software tools. A data warehouse. A user interface. Weegy: Each of the following is a ... (More)
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An information system at the strategic level of an organization designed to address unstructured decision making through advanced graphics and communications best described as: Options Decision-support system. Executive support system. Management information system. Group decision support system.
Weegy: An information system at the strategic level of an organization designed to address unstructured decision making through advanced graphics and communications best described as: Answer is: Executive support system You can find more information here: [ ] (More)
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he selling concept focuses on - Options Products Customer needs Markets None of the above
Weegy: The selling concepts focus on Answer is: Products The focus here is more selling the products of the company to consumers without comprehending the market needs and increasing sales transactions rather than building and enhancing relationships with [ customers. You can fine more information here: ] (More)
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he 4 stages in the PLC are - Options Growth, introduction, maturity and new Introduction, growth, maturity and decline Introduction, decline, new product, growth Both (a) and (c)
Weegy: The 4 stages in the PLC are : Introduction, growth, maturity and decline. (More)
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