Organizational behavior in changing times multiple choice human behavior in organizations



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Understanding Human Behavior
8. An internal perspective of human behavior tends to explain a person's actions in terms of:

A. job demands

B. personal value system

C. task design

D. organization communication channels

ANSWER: B, medium, K&C, pg. 6


9. All of the following are internal behavioral processes except:

A. cognition

B. perceiving

C. judging

D. leading

ANSWER: D, medium, analysis, pg. 6


10. The internal and external perspectives offer:

A. complementary explanations for human behavior

B. similar explanations for human behavior

C. conflicting explanations for human behavior

D. alternative explanations for human behavior

ANSWER: D, hard, synthesis & evaluation, pg. 6


11. When a manager states, "Mary is an outstanding employee because she has a high need for achievement,” the manager is using which explanation for Mary's behavior?

A. internal

B. external

C. interactive

D. cultural

ANSWER: A, medium, appl., pg. 6

12. When Mary's manager states, "Mary is an outstanding employee because she is paid extremely well", the manager is using which perspective for Mary’s behavior?

A. internal

B. external

C. interactive

D. cultural

ANSWER: B, medium, appl., pg. 6


13. Kurt Lewin may have best captured alternative explanations for human behavior when he state behavior is a function of:

A. the individual personality and preferences for leadership style

B. the consequences of compliant and deviant behavior within social groups

C. culture and the systemic properties of the organization

D. the person and the environment

ANSWER: D, medium, K&C, pg. 6





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