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Principles of Management
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1.The nature of management is to control and dictate others in an organization.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Motivation ConceptsMSC:F

2.In today’s turbulent and hypercompetitive global environment, managers must help their companies innovate more than ever.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Creation of ValueMSC:F

3.The late famed management theorist Peter Drucker is often credited with creating the modern study of management.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

4.Managers get things done by coordinating and motivating other people.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

5.The attainment of organizational goals through planning, organizing, leading and controlling reflects the essence of the management process.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

6.Where the organization wants to be in the future and how to get there defines controlling.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

7.Organizing means defining goals for future organizational performance and deciding on the tasks and resources needed to attain them.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

8.Leading is the use of influence to motivate employees to achieve organizational goals.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

9.The use of influence to motivate employees to achieve organizational goals defines organizing.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

10.How an organization goes about accomplishing a plan is a key part of the management function of controlling.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

11.Using influence to motivate employees describes the management function of leading.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

12.The use of influence to motivate employees to achieve the organization's goals refers to controlling.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

13.Organizing means creating a shared culture and values.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

14.Controlling involves monitoring employee's activities and taking corrective action as necessary.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Leadership PrinciplesMSC:F

15.An organization is a social entity that is goal directed and deliberately structured.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Creation of ValueMSC:F

16.In the definition of an organization, deliberately structured means being made up of two or more people and designed to achieve some outcomes.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Creation of ValueMSC:F

17.Efficiency refers to the degree to which the organization achieves a stated objective.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Creation of ValueMSC:F

18.Efficiency can be calculated as the amount of resources used to produce a product or service.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: Creation of ValueMSC:F

19.To perform effectively, all managers must possess conceptual, human, and technical skills, though the degree of each skill necessary at different levels of an organization may vary.

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NAT:AACSB: Analytic | AACSB: HRMMSC:F

20.All managers have to pay attention to costs and according to research, the best way to improve organizational...
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