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Week 5 quiz Question 1 of 20 _________ is two or more people who interact in an

Week 5 quiz Question 1 of 20 _________ is two or more people who interact in an organized manner to perform a task or activity to achieve a common goal. A. An organization B. Interdependence C. A group D. A team Question 2 of 20 Which of the following is not one of the characteristic of groups? A. Organized interations B. Two or more people C. Hard working individual D. Perform predetermined tasks Question 3 of 20 Which of the following is not one of the characteristics of teams? A. High degree of interdependence B. Focus on task completion C. Performs individually D. Focus on goal achievement Question 4 of 20 .______________occurs when individuals work harder in the presence of others. A. Social effectiveness B. Social facilitation C. Social bias D. Social loafing Question 5 of 20 ____________ involves working less when your individual contributions cannot be measured. A. Social effectiveness B. Social bias C. Social loafing D. Social facilitation Question 6 of 20 _________are specific formal or informal activities that each person performs in a group or team. A. Specifics B. Interactions C. Norms D. Roles Question 7 of 20 ______ are made up of individuals who interact with each other for the purpose of improving work processes in which they engage. A. Self-directed teams B. Virtual teams C. Process-improvement team D. Cross-functional team Question 8 of 20 _________is the degree to which members of the group are attracted to the group and to one another A. Cohesion B. Collusion C. Conformity D. Crioliptic Question 9 of 20 A mature group that functions through the use of information technology including video conferencing, satellite television and the internet is called ________. A. Self-directed team B. Virtual team C. Project team D. Cross-functional team Question 10 of 20 ________ are often used for new product development, where talents from different functional areas facilitate innovation. A. Self-directed teams B. Project teams C. Cross-functional teams D. Top Management teams Question 11 of 20 ____________is a process in which people disagree over significant issues, therefore creating friction. A. Competition B. Interdependence C. Contrary D. Conflict Question 12 of 20 ___________defines conflict within a person, because he or she is motivated to engage in two or more activities that are incompatible. A. Intergroup B. Interpersonal C. Intragroup D. Intrapersonal Question 13 of 20 ____________defines conflict between different groups, departments or divisions that disagree over task, processes, resources, or information. A. Intragroup B. Interpersonal C. Intergroup D. Intrapersonal Question 14 of 20 Which of the following is not a personal source of internal conflict? A. Style B. Values C. Reward systems D. Personality Question 15 of 20 When groups within and outside an organization disagree over various topics, it is called _____. A. Intra-group conflict B. Horizontal conflict C. Intergroup conflict D. Vertical conflict Question 16 of 20 ___________ is defined as the extent to which employees depend on others to get their work done. A. Competition B. Conflict C. Interdependence D. Contrary Question 17 of 20 Which of the following is not one of the methods to stimulate conflict? A. Introduce internal competition B. Create interdependence C. Introduce change D. Decrease task ambiguity Question 18 of 20 Lipsky, Seeber and Avgar (2015) noted, ______ across departments and stakeholders in an organization is essential to institutionalizing conflict management policies. A. Collaboration B. Accommodation C. Competition D. Avoidance Question 19 of 20 Rivalry between individuals or groups over an outcome, resulting in a winner and loser is called _______. A. Accommodation B. Collaboration C. Competition D. Avoidance Question 20 of 20 Which is the best conflict management style to use when the goals are clearly incompatible, when the parties have equal power, and when a quick solution is needed? A. Compromise B. Accommodation C. Collaboration D. Avoidance


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