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1.Managers are responsible for getting activities completed efficiently and achieving the firm’s goals by utilizing:
Human, financial, and material resources
There are ten roles common to the work of allmanagers, and they can be played at different times by the same manager
Figurehead, leader, and spokesperson representthe three interpersonal managerial roles
Monitor, disseminator, and spokesperson are thethree decisional managerial roles in an organization
There aretwo decisional managerial roles in an organization
The unique access to information places themanager at the center of organizational decision-making
In the role of spokesperson, the managerdisseminates the organization’s information to the units and departments
1. Someone who works at Procter & Gamble who is responsible for the production, marketing, and profitability of the Tide detergent product line is called a:
A general manager is someone who is responsible for managing:
an identifiable revenue-producing unit.
Managers are responsible for getting activities completed efficiently and achieving the firm’s goals by utilizing:
human, financial, and material resources
Entrepreneurship is defined as the recognitionand implementation of a good idea.
The principles of management are drawn from a number of academic fields, principally the fields of:
leadership, management and strategy.
Strategic planning generally includes just thetop managers and includes formulation of objectives.
Tactical planning in an organization is usuallyan intermediate-range plan designed to develop specific means to implement thestrategic plan.
Reducing waste and pollution are key indicatorsof performance.
Corporate social responsibility refers to socialand environmental profit
Competition among employers and countries forthe best and brightest puts pressure on firms to invest in present and futureleadership capabilities
Organizational citizenship behaviors can be understood as:
individual behaviors that are beneficial to the organization and not recognized by the formal reward system.
A manager must understand the compatibility ofindividual and group performance with respect to:
Goals and incentives