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EMG110 Q3

I. Choose the correct answer (write in CAPITAL LETTER)


1. It is the assignment of additional responsibilities to a subordinate.
a. Decentralization b. Delegation c. Departmentation d. Integration
2. A leader with this type of power influences subordinates because he or she controls valued rewards.
a. legitimate b. referent c. reward d. coercive
3. A leader with this type of power has personal characteristics that appeal to others especially the subordinates.
a. legitimate b. referent c. reward d. coercive
4. A leader with this type of power has the right, or the authority, to tell subordinates what to do; subordinates
are obliged to comply with legitimate orders.
a. legitimate b. referent c. reward d. coercive
5. A leader with this type of power has control over punishments.
a. legitimate b. expertness c. reward d. coercive
6. A leader with this type of power has certain expertise or knowledge; subordinates comply because they
believe in, can learn from or otherwise gain from that expertise.
a. legitimate b. expertness c. reward d. coercive
7. The process of designing jobs so that jobholders have only a small number of narrow activities to perform.
a. Job Rotation b. Job Enlargement c. Job Simplification d. Job Enrichment
8. The practice of periodically shifting workers through a set of jobs in a planned sequence
a. Job Rotation b. Job Enlargement c. Job Simplification d. Job Enrichment
9. The allocation of a wider variety of similar tasks to a job in order to make it more challenging
a. Job Rotation b. Job Enlargement c. job Simplification d. Job Enrichment
10. The process of upgrading the job-task mix in order to increase significantly the potentials for growth,
achievement, responsibility, and recognition.
a. Job Rotation b. Job Enlargement c. job Simplification d. Job Enrichment
11. It results from the grouping of work by functions, products, customers, and geography, the desire to obtain
organization units of manageable size, and to utilize managerial ability.
a. Decentralization b. Delegation c. Departmentation d. Integration
12. The following are the elements of delegation except:
a. Responsibility b. Availability c. Authority d. Accountability
13. The process of encouraging, inducing, or influencing applicants to apply for a certain vacant position.
a. Staffing b. Recruitment c. Selection d. Training
14. The process of getting the most qualified applicant from among different job seekers.
a. Staffing b. Recruitment c. Selection d. Training
15. It is the systematic development of the attitude/knowledge/behavior patterns for the adequate performance
of a given job or task.
a. Staffing b. Recruitment c. Selection d. Training
16. Refers to the shifting of an employee from one position to another without increasing his duties,
responsibilities, or pay.
a. Separation b. Promotion c. Transfer d. Outplacement
17. Refers to the shifting of an employee to a new position to which both his status and responsibilities are
increased.
a. Separation b. Promotion c. Transfer d. Outplacement
18. The process of helping people who have been dismissed from the company to regain employment
elsewhere.
a. Separation b. Promotion c. Transfer d. Outplacement
19. A type of separation, temporary and involuntary, usually traceable to a negative business condition
a. Lay-off b. Discharge c. Resignation d. Retirement
20. A permanent separation of an employee, at the will of an employer, if a person is not competent in his job,
guilty of breaking rules like delinquency and insubordination, and other violations.
a. Lay-off b. Discharge c. Resignation d. Retirement

II. Matching Type Write in CAPITAL letters

1. Chain of command A Two employees / one job
2. Organization chart B Right to make decisions
3. Job simplification C Power and authority retained
4. Job rotation D Clustering work groups, units, divisions
5. Job enlargement E Line of authority
6. Job enrichment F Adding variety of similar tasks
7. Job sharing G Assigned only a few specific
8. Departmentalization H Line diagram that reflects structure
9. Centralization I Upgrading the job-task mix
10. Authority J Shifting workers through functions


III. Organization Structure. Place the following positions in their proper places:

Chairman of the Board Stockholders
Executive Committee VP for Manufacturing
VP for Administration VP for Employee Relations
VP for Marketing Assistant to the President
President


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