Management exit Exam Model 2016

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Management exit Exam Model 2016

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What is management?

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Which quote best describes the role of management in an organization?

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Which of the following statements about management as an art is true?

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Which level of management consists of the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer, and the General Manager?

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What is the primary function of management?

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What is the function of staffing?

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Which of the following is a factor affecting leading in management?

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The process of comparing actual performance with standards and taking corrective action refers____

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The process of allocating and arranging resources to carry out plans is called___.

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What is the formal process of ensuring the availability of qualified workers at all levels in the organization?

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Which of the following is NOT the functions of management?

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How does management contribute to the welfare of society?

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The highest level of management in the organizational hierarchy is known as:

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Which of the following are the significances of management?

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How many subordinates a manager can supervise, is determined by the principle of

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Policy formulation is the function of:

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The directing function of management embraces the activities of

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This is a conventional distinction made between managers and leaders?

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When managers dealing with problems, crisis, and changes beyond their immediate control refers to¬¬____.

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Theory Y assumes which of the following?

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Theory X assumes which of the following?

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Which of the following is a characteristic of Participative leadership?

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Transactional leadership has which of the following characteristics?

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Transformational leadership has which of the following characteristics?

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Which of the following is reward power?

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Among the following, which one is not a leadership style?

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Which of the following is an expert power?

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Which of the following quality is not possessed by a leader?

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In leadership trait theory, what is a trait?

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Contingency theory is based on the assumption that the leader:

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A long run dream of an organization refers

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Which of the below is an example of laissez-faire leadership?

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Leadership may be defined as ?

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According to Kurt Lewin, which of the following is not a stage in the change process?

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A company that decides to decentralize its sales procedures in managing what change category?

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In organizations, people who act as catalysts and assume the responsibility for managing the change process are called ?

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Managers’ options for change essentially fall into what three categories?

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The unfreezing step of the change process can be thought of as .

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All are the advantages of Internal recruitment, Except;

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A recruitment method used by employer/s to attract a large number of applicants to one location for interviews is;

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The process of receiving and welcoming employees when they first join a company is called .

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A type of Interview in which a board of interviewers questions and observes a single candidate is Known as

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All are the goals of recruitment process Except:

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The first and foremost process of recruitment plan is/are .

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———is the process of filtering the applications of the candidates for further selection process.

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Which of the following is/are a training process whereby a skilled person trains someone who is unskilled?

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Which of the following is a performance rating error in which employee’s evaluation is biased because of comparison with another employee just previously evaluated?

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Which of the following is a training system in which trainees learn their jobs on the equipment they will be using on the job?

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—————is fixed pay an employee receives on a regular basis, either in the form of a salary or as an hourly wage.

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One of the following involves combining various activities at the same level in the organization and adding them to the existing job.

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—————–Summarizes the personal qualities, traits, skills, and background required for getting the job done.

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A process that identifies current and future human resources needs for an organization to achieve its goals is—

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A pay plan in which most employees are part of the same compensation system is

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What is the main purpose of research?

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Which of the following sampling methods does not allow for estimating the probability of each item in the population being included in the sample?

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According to the sample design, when a sample survey is preferable to a census survey?

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What is the main difference between research and the scientific method?

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Which research technique is not associated with qualitative research?

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Which type of research aims to find solutions for immediate problems?

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What are the most common reasons people undertake a research?

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What type of research aims to achieve new insights into a phenomenon?

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Which of the following statements best defines the term “research”?

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The chi square independent test can be used

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Suppose a farming firm used fertilizer to increase its crop products. Accordingly if the test for goodness of fit indicates a test statistics of x2= 9.231 and assuming that the critical value is 11.210 what is the decision of the manager?

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————–is statistical Analysis which measures and analyses the degree or extent to which the two variables fluctuate with reference to each other.

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If the coefficients of correlation between two variables, r = 0.89, it mean

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Suppose the average mean salary of employees of an organization is expected as 4000 birr. Currently 36 sample employees are selected and mean of salary of birr 4200 with standard deviation of 100 birr is computed. If whether the mean salary is more than expected, what is the alternative hypothesis?

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While we make decision in hypothesis testing if we strongly reject the null hypothesis which is actually true, we commit

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___is a measurement that the distances between consecutive numbers have meaning and the data are always numerical.

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Suppose a raw data is collected from 30 sample individuals. If the data is organized using grouped frequency distribution, how many class intervals are created?

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What is the geometric mean of the values 10, 25, 5, and 30?

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What is the median of the values 3, 6, 4, 7, 10 and 8?

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The arithmetic mean of 20 sample values was computed as 30. But, while calculated the mean value of two items are misread as 24 and 12 instead of 42 and 21 respectively. What is the correct mean?

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————-is the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.

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Consider a quality control procedure where an inspector randomly selects two of five parts to test for defects. In a group of five parts how many combinations of two parts can be selected without replacement?

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Suppose two coins are tossed. What is the probability that both will land tail up?

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Suppose 40% of the people entering electronics store this month make a purchase. If 10 people enter the store, what is the expected number making a purchase?

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Suppose sample of 4 products are tested. What is the probability of getting 2 defective items?

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————-is the value that is computed from sample results and to be compared with the critical value to conclude either to accept or reject the null hypothesis.

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————–is a probability distribution of all the values of sample statistics.

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In selecting simple random samples of size n from a population, the sampling distribution of the sample mean can be approximated by a normal probability distribution as the sample size becomes large. This assumption indicates

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The economic aspects of MsEs covers

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One is not the Role/Importance of MSEs in Developing Countries?

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The first stage of product development process is:

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All are Intellectual Property Protection except one

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One is not the core Marketing concepts

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Marketing provides utility including:

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The major Functional Roles of Marketing Research is/are:

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All are the Marketing Research Components except one

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The first stage in Marketing Research Process is

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One is not the Importance of Marketing Intelligence?

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Forces affecting organizational behavior are

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Scope of Organizational Behavior does not include

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In present context, challenges for Organizational Behavior are

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Organizational behavior focuses at 3 Levels

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What model has been constructed from Operation Research problems for solving the models that are available in many cases?

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Which technique is used in finding a solution for optimizing a given objective, such as profit maximization or cost reduction under certain constraints?

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Operation Research can help to evaluate only the effects of ———————————–

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Which of the following is a method for improving an initial solution in a transportation problem?

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In a transportation problem, we must make the number of —– and —– equal.

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