Chapter 3 Exam

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Question 11 / 1 point
The failure of a supervisor to plan can cause:
lost time and wasted materials.
poor use of equipment and space.
ineffective higher level plans.
**all of the above.
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Question 21 / 1 point
A plan orchestrated by the top management of an organization is usually called a(n): **strategic plan.
tactical plan.
specific plan.
objective plan.
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Question 31 / 1 point
Successful strategic management involves managers at:
top level.
middle level.
supervisory level.
**all levels.
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Question 41 / 1 point
The part of strategic management that focuses on identifying areas needing improvement is: action planning.
**gap analysis.
objective setting.
goal setting.
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Question 51 / 1 point
Planning is generally concerned with:
future decisions.
future and past decisions.
**the future impact of today's decisions.
analyzing past decisions that were wrong.
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Question 61 / 1 point
Which of the following statements is true?
Planning should be done before objectives are established. Successful planning for the entire organization involves gathering only corporate level information. **Objectives must be established before planning can take place. The key for higher level planning is to base it on the plans at the next lowest level. View Feedback

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Question 71 / 1 point
Objectives should be:
ambiguous.
detailed.
**quantifiable.
undetermined.
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Question 81 / 1 point
When assigning priorities to objectives, you must determine: **which is most and least important.
how the objective will be achieved.
who originally created the objective.
all of the above.
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Question 91 / 1 point
____________ plans address the "what ifs" of the supervisor's job. **Contingency
Supervisory
Action
Corporate
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Question 101 / 1 point
___________ are broad, general guidelines to action.
Rules
**Policies
Procedures
Goals
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Question 111 / 1 point
______________ require that specific and definite actions be taken or not taken with regard to given situations. Goals
Policies
**Rules
Procedures
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Question 121 / 1 point
A _________ is a series of related steps or tasks performed in sequential order to achieve a specific purpose. rule
policy
**procedure
goal
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Question 131 / 1 point
Routing involves:
**determining the best sequence of operations.
efficient allocation of organizational resources.
developing precise timetables.
developing a statement of expected numerical results.
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Question 141 / 1 point
Which of these is an ability that management often recognizes as a reason for advancement? Job-related stress.
Unclear lines of communication.
Saying "yes" to all requests.
**Ability to effectively managment time.
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Question 151 / 1 point
When conducting a time analysis, when would be the best time to keep a log? Immediately following a short vacation.
During the busiest month of the year.
The time period leading up to a two-week business trip.
**During a relatively routine time period.
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Question 161 / 1 point
When completing a daily "to do" list one should:
try to prioritize your list as you write it....
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