Chapter 1 Introduction to Management and Organizations
A MANAGER’S DILEMMA
1. Today’s managers are just as likely to be women as they are men.
(True; moderate; p. 4)
2. Management affects employee morale but not a company’s financial performance.
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Chapter 1 Management and Organizations
1) A great manager makes a job more enjoyable and productive.
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