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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Organizational Behaviour Quiz - 1

1. A change in the organization requires a corresponding change in the employee's individual personality.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



2. A highly successful scientist may fall in the category of the demotivated people.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



3. A manager can be effective by just having a sound knowledge of his area of work.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



4. A mediator should act as a neutral party.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



5. A motivated employee is highly productive but least interested in quality.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



6. A need once satisfied is a spent force and hence acts as a motivator.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



7. A prejudice is defined as an attitude that is emotionally resistant to being changed.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



8. A purpose, expressed as a message to be conveyed, passes between a source ( the sender ) and a receiver.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



9. A self actualization person is task oriented and is not taken in by the personal criticism or praise.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



10. A strange culture is better able to learn from it’s past.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



11. A strong organizational culture does not facilitates goal alignment
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



12. Accomplishment of goal is influenced by an individual’s ability and role perception.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



13. According to Herzberg's factor, hygiene factor for one employee is the hygiene factor for all the employees within the organization.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



14. According to Larking, the upward communication will be effective only if the top managers communicated directly with the staff members.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



15. According to Vroom's expectancy theory of motivation, when an individual desires a particular outcome the value of valence is negative.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE



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