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Strategic Management - Helping Objectives by Dr. Seshu Babu & Mr. Chuop Theot Therith

Strategic Management - Helping Objectives by Dr. Seshu Babu & Mr. Chuop Theot Therith

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StrategicManagement 
Multiple choicequestions
DR. SESHU BABUMr. CHUOP Theot Therith2010
 
Strategic Management 
 Prepared by: CHUOP Theot Therith
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PART A: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
CHAPTER ONE
The Nature of Strategic Management 
1. Which of these is not a reason why some firms do no strategic planning?a. Lazinessb. Competitive leadershipc. Honest difference of opiniond. Poor reward structures2 .Developing a vision and mission, identifying an organization's external opportunities andthreats, and determining internal strengths and weaknesses are all __________ activities.a. strategy-formulationb. strategy-implementationc. long-range planning
d.
short-range planning
 
3 . The means by which long-term objectives will be achieved area. mission statementsb. strategies.c. vision statements.d. long-term goals.
CHAPTER TWO
Business Mission
4. The _________ answers the question "What do we want to become?" whereas _________answers the question "What is our business?"a. vision statement; mission statementb. short-term objectives; long-term objectivesc. objectives; strategiesd. mission; vision5. What is the recommended length of an effective mission statement?a. One pageb. Less than 200 wordsc. One sentence of 10 to 20 words.d. There is no recommendation. It can be as long as the management wants.
CHAPTER THREE
External Assessment
 
6. __________ represents the average score in both EFE and CPM.a. 2.0b. 3.0c. 2.5d. 4.07. All of these, except__________, are part of Porter's competitive forces in industryanalysis.
 
Strategic Management 
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a. potential entry of new competitorsb. bargaining power of suppliersc. development of substitute productsd. bargaining power of union8. __________ is based on the assumption that the future will be just like the past.[Hint]  a. Delphi forecastsb. Econometric modelsc. Linear regressiond. Scenario forecasts
CHAPTER FOUR
Internal Assessment
 
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Shorthand words use to capture a vision or to reinforce old or new values in a firm'sculture are calleda. Metaphorsb. Sagasc. Ritualsd. Symbols
10.
 
In an IFE Matrix, the weight range is from __________ and the ratings range from _________.a. to 1.0; 1.0 to 4.0b. to 1.0; 0.0 to 4.0c. to 3.0; 1.0 to 2.0d. to 4.0; 0.0 to 1.011. An effective information system collects, codes, stores, synthesizes, and _________ information in such a manner that it answers important operating and strategic questions.a. Printsb. Distributesc. Presentsd. Filters
CHAPTER FIVE
Strategies in Action
 
12. __________ is adding new, unrelated products or services for present customers.a. Concentric diversificationb. Horizontal diversificationc. Conglomerate diversificationd. Product development13. Two reasons for mergers and acquisitions area. to increase managerial staff and to minimize economies of scale.b. to reduce tax obligations and increase managerial staff.c. to create seasonal trends in sales and to make better use of a new sales force.d. to provide improved capacity utilization and to gain new technology.14. Which strategy would be effective when the new products have a counter cyclical salespattern compared to an organization's present products?

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