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What is the definition of a team? A. Employees jointly responsible to meet a goal B. Collection of people working towards a common goal C. A group who follows the same rules D. Employees working towards their specific goals
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What does the amount of conflict in an organization signal? A. Managers value conformity B. Openness to new ideas C. Performance goals are not clear D. Indecision by top management
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Managers can cause organizational dysfunction by doing which of the following? A. Disagreeing that change is needed B. Expressing conflicting ideas C. Focusing efforts on political battles D. Promoting competition
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