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According to Chester Barnard, for many managerial requests or directives, there is a zone of indifference. A zone of indifference means ____. Answer A.needs to be monitored to make sure it does not
grow B.can create apathy c.requires few resources d.derives from the concept of personal space e.appears when the acceptance of managerial authority is automatic
According to Chester Barnard, for many managerial requests or directives, there is a zone of indifference. A zone of indifference means appears when the acceptance of managerial authority is automatic. [ ]
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User: According to Chester Barnard, for many managerial requests or directives, there is a zone of indifference. A zone of indifference means ____. Answer A.needs to be monitored to make sure it does not grow B.can create apathy c.requires few resources d.derives from the concept of personal space e.appears when the acceptance of managerial authority is automatic

Weegy: According to Chester Barnard, for many managerial requests or directives, there is a zone of indifference. A zone of indifference means appears when the acceptance of managerial authority is automatic. [ ]
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User: ____ is used to refer to a company's practice of identifying and addressing customer trends and problems after they occur. Answer Consumer confidence forecasts Competitive analysis Reactive customer monitoring Proactive customer monitoring Continuous data mining

Weegy: Reactive customer monitoring is used to refer to a company's practice of identifying and addressing customer trends and problems after they occur.
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