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_________ theory encompasses how work is organized, planned, changed, and how production quotas are determined.
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Management
Who has contributed to the development of Management theories?
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Managers, psychologists, sociologists, and anthropologists.
The Great Man theory is another name for _______ theories.
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Trait
________ theories assert that leaders have certain physical and emotional characteristics that are crucial to inspire others to achieve a common goal.
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Trait
Group and Exchange theories are the same thing as ______ theory.
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Style
The Managerial Grid Instrument is useful to measure __________.
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Style
_________ theories focus on what leaders do in relational and contextual terms. Essentially, how they interact to influence positive outcomes.
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Style
_______ theories assert that leadership effectiveness depends on the task, their interpersonal skills and the favorableness of the work situation.
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Situational-Contingency
The Contingency Model, Normative Decision Making Model and the Path Goal theory are all forms of the __________ theories.
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Situational-Contingency theories
What three factors are critical in the Situational-Contingency theories?
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-degree of trust and respect between leaders and followers -clarity of goals and complexity of task -power of the leader to reward behavior and exert influence
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What two contingent variables did Path-Goal theory add to the Situational-Contingency theory?
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In addition to the already identified variables of degree and trust and respect between the leaders and followers, clarity of goals/complexity of the task and whether the leader was able to reward workers and exert influence, the Path-Goal theory adds the personal characteristics of the followers and the environmental demands as additional contingencies.
What gave rise to transformational theories?
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Globalization and other factors towards the end of the millenium caused organizations to have to fundamentally reestablish themselves.
___________ leadership refers to a process whereby the leader attends to the needs and motives of followers so that the interaction raises each to high levels of motivation and morality. Leader serves as a role model.
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Transformational
What theorist developed a hierarchy of motivation based on human needs?
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Maslow
The concept that safety and security needs will override an employee's creativity and inventiveness is an example of the _____________ theory.
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Hierarchy of Needs
Trait, Style, Situational-Contingency and Transformational theories are all examples of __________ theories.
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Leadership
Trait, Style, Situational-Contingency and Transformational theories are all examples of __________ theories.
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Leadership
Hierarchy of Needs, Two-Factor, Expectancy and OB Modification theories are all examples of __________ theories.
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Motivational
Hygiene and motivating factors promote job enrichment by creating satisfaction is the crux of the ________ theory.
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Two-Factor
Working conditions, salary, status, and security are examples of hygiene or motivator factors?
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Hygiene (Two Factor Theory)
Achievement, recognition, and work satisfaction are examples of hygiene or motivator factors?
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Motivator (Two factor theory)
  
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