MBA-10/PGDHRM (Master of Business Administration/P.G Diploma in Human Resource Management) Fourth Semester/Second Semester Examination 2012 HR-2305 Managing Interpersonal and Group Processes
(Objective-Type Questions)
Note: This section contains 10 (Ten) objective type Questions of one
(01) mark each. All the questions of this section are compulsory.
State whether the followings statements are True and False:
Q 1. Communications is quite essential for coordination, which is the
essence of effective management.
Q 2. Desirable outcomes can sometimes be achieved with a garbage
can strategy, but this approach can also lead to serious difficulties.
Q 3. The most flexible organizations have a culture of ignoring change.
Q 4. The power of an individual or a group is directly related to the
persons or groups substitutability.
Q 5.Organisational culture is an important sources of stability and
continuity to the organization , which provides a sense of security to its
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Indicate the correct answers.
Q 6. Which of the following type of terms are composed of employee
from about the same hierarchical level, but from different work areas
who come together to accomplish a task?
(A) Problem solving teams (B) Self managed work team
(C) Cross-functional teams (D) Self-directed teams
Q 7. Complete the given statement
Potential group performance = Individual performance+------------
(A) Expected Performance (B) Synergy
(C) Faculty group Performance (D) Disagree
Q 8. Which of the following terms was coined by Richard Backhard in
the mid -1950s as a response to the needs for integrating organizational
needs with individual needs?
(A) Change Management (B)Time management
(C) Organization Development (D) Group Cohesiveness
Q 9. A manager who exerts power by evolving fear has -------------
(A) Coercive (B) Legiterete
(C) Referent (D) Reward
Q 10. In which of the following stage of socialization process, the new
employee changes and adjusts to the job, work group and organization?
(A) Pre- arrival (B) Encounter Stage
(C) Metamorphosis (D) Adjustment stage