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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
Weegy: Answer: C. [ Focusing efforts on political battles The Politics of failure: watch out for the warning signs of bad leadership Executive Summary This paper provides managers and leaders with the necessary information to implement a cure for poor organizational performance and its negative workplace politics. The paper addresses the following subject areas: 1. Leadership and Performance; 2. Strategic Alignment; 3. Performance Diagnoses Checklist; 4. Bad Politics and Performance Risks; 5. Treatment Challenges; 6. Best Practices for Curing Bad Politics 1. Leadership and Performance The subject of leadership has been greatly covered by scholars, academicians and consultants, yet building high-performance teams remains elusive to most companies. Leadership is the most important competitive advantage of a company, not technology, finance, operations or anything else. Leadership formulates the company's business strategy and builds its resources, including its people, finances and operations. The leadership team is the most important asset of the company and can be its worst liability. A failed business is the result of poor performance. Poor performance is the result of an incompetent or dysfunctional leadership team. To paraphrase Tolstoy, All successful companies are successful for different reasons, but dysfunctional companies are dysfunctional in the same way. In my experience, the main reason for poor organizational performance is not the lack of business knowledge, but rather negative internal politics. 2. Performance and Strategic Alignment Classic management science has defined four management functions: planning, organizing, motivating and controlling. Simply put, sustaining high business performance is a product of strategic alignment. Strategic alignment can be achieved only when all teams across the organization communicate and work closely together. ] User: What best describes the contingency approach, as it relates to organizational ... (More)
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Maslow's Need Theory is an hierarchal format that deals with ‘what' is important to individuals. Which of the following hierarchy most accurately reflects Maslow's hierarchy? Hint A. Physiological, security, esteem, belongingness, self-actualization B. Physiological, security, belongingness, esteem, self-actualization C. Physiological, security, esteem, self-actualization, belongingness D. Physiological, security, belongingness, self-actualization, esteem
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Maslow's Need Theory is an hierarchal format that deals with ‘what' is important to individuals. Physiological, security, belongingness, esteem, self-actualization, most accurately reflects Maslow's hierarchy.
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