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22644118 Principles of Management MBA 1st Sem MCQs

22644118 Principles of Management MBA 1st Sem MCQs

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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1 – MCQs
MCQs...................................................... 1 to 20
PART 2 – FILL IN THE BLANKS
Fill in the Blanks..................................21 TO 22
PART 3 – TRUE / FALSE
 True False.............................................23 TO 25
 
Principles of ManagementImportant MCQsBywww.mgtforum.net
The following four different approaches to management thinking were developed inthe first half of the 20th century:
Scientific management, general administrative, quantitative, and contingencyapproach.
 
Scientific management, general administrative, quantitative, andorganizational behavior.
General administrative, globalization, organizational behavior, and quantitative.
Systems approach, scientific management, general administrative, andorganizational behaviour.
Scientific management, Hawthorne Studies, quantitative, and organizational behavior.
When we classify managers according to their level in the organization they aredescribed as _______.
Functional, staff and line managers
Top managers, middle managers and supervisors
High level and lower level managers
General managers and administrative managers
Frederick Taylor and Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were advocates of an approach tomanagement involving the use of scientific method, known as:
The quantitative approach.
Management science.
Scientific management.
The contingency approach.
Authority, discipline, unity of command, and unity of direction are:
Taylor's four principles of management.
Principles of the human relations movement.
Elements of Weber's ideal bureaucratic structure.
Four of Fayol's fourteen principles of management.Some of the other fields of study that affect management theory or practice include:
Political science, philosophy, anthropology and sociology
Zoology, psychology, sociology and philosophy.
Anthropology, astrology, political science and psychology.
Political science, sociology, typography and economics.2
 
Principles of ManagementImportant MCQsBywww.mgtforum.net
The philosophy of management known as total quality management developedprimarily out of the work of:
Henri Fayol
Frederick Taylor 
Robert McNamara
W. Edwards DemingPossibly the most important pre-20th century influence on management was:
Therbligs
The industrial revolution.
Scientific management.
The division of labor.
 ________________ need involves the desire to affiliate with and be accepted byothers.
Esteem
Belongingness
Safety
Self Actualization
Needs that impel creativity and innovation, along with the desire to have aproductive impact on our surroundings are ___________ needs.
Existence
Relatedness
Growth
 None of the Above
Division of labor, authority hierarchy, formal selection, formal rules andregulations, impersonality, and career orientation are all features of:
Weber's ideal type bureaucracy.
General administrative theory.
Fayol's principles of management.
Taylor's principles of management.
The decision-making model consists of four styles: directive, analytic, behavioraland _______________.
Conceptual
Intuitive
Group interaction
Laggard3

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