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  • 1. It is a process of considering alternatives and making choices.
A) Problem Identification
B) Decision Management
C) None of these
D) Decision Making
E) Definition of problem
  • 2. Managers should be able to give technical guidance and decide the best strategies and methods for success.
A) Put your employees' needs first
B) Be technically proficient
C) Encourage teamwork
D) Treat your staff as professionals.
E) Lead by example
  • 3. The more ideas that comes up, the better.
A) Cannot be judge
B) Probably False
C) True
D) False
E) Probably True
  • 4. Managers are required to dress and act professionally at all times and to be available to give guidance and help when needed.
A) Do something special
B) Be people person
C) Treat your staff as professionals
D) Lead by example
E) Encourage professional growth
  • 5. This process refers to the achievement of the goal in low levels permits the attainment of high level goals.
A) Low-High Chain
B) Means-End Chains
C) Goals-End Chain
D) None of these
E) End-Means Chain
  • 6. Base on the scenario given to you, how can you define the problem?
A) Evaluation
B) Identification
C) Management
D) Managing the situation
E) None of these
  • 7. You must reward the same behaviors every time they appear.
A) Focus on clarity, accuracy and thoroughness in communication
B) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
C) Be consistent
D) Be the example
E) Set the goal of working as a team
  • 8. This method involves the use of highly structured meeting.
A) Delphi Technique
B) Nominal Group
C) Both A and B are correct
D) Delphi Group Technique
E) Nominal Group technique
  • 9. managers have strong internal fortitude that enables them to help staffers assess and resolve issues.
A) Knowledge of Industry
B) problem solving ability
C) Ability to direct people
D) Good communication skills
E) Time management skills
  • 10. Second chances can encourage better work the next time around.
A) Look at Failure and Mistakes as Learning Opportunities
B) Learn How to Listen
C) Learn How to hold People Accountable
D) Motivate, Don't Dominate
E) Show your employees that they matter
  • 11. Managers are expected to grow their skills and those of their team members.
A) Be visionary
B) Do something special
C) Be a good communicator
D) Encourage professional growth
E) Be people person
  • 12. When a member of your team does something exceptional, reward him/her. Do this in front of the group, show the rest of the team that hard work is rewarded.
A) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
B) Never go with "one-size-fits-all
C) Be the example
D) Set the goal of working as a team
E) Help people enjoy work
  • 13. It is considered as one of the best known methods in developing alternatives.
A) Managing the situation
B) Management
C) Brainstorming
D) Evaluation
E) Identification
  • 14. One of the requirements of the perfect manager wherein, you should know how people work and know how to motivate your team.
A) Be a good communicator
B) Be people person
C) Be visionary
D) Put your employees' needs first
E) Be technically proficient
  • 15. It involves planning, organizing, coordinating, and directing a group of people to accomplish, to achieve specific goals and objectives.
A) Management
B) Manager
C) Administration
D) Decision Making
E) Administrator
  • 16. What is the first step in decision making process?
A) Establish an evaluation system
B) Identify limiting factors
C) Implement the decision
D) Define the problem
E) Select the best alternatives
  • 17. Focus on ways to motivate the team to do its best. By incentivizing, recognizing job well done and making each person feel like she has the power to accomplish.
A) Look at Failure and Mistakes as Learning Opportunities
B) Be Human
C) Learn How to hold People Accountable
D) Motivate, Don't Dominate
E) Learn How to Listen
  • 18. To stimulate the participation of personnel in setting individual objectives.
A) 3rd Step
B) 5th Step
C) 1st Step
D) 2nd Step
E) 4th Step
  • 19. Managers treat employee as a professional who doesn't need immediate supervision.
A) Be visionary
B) Treat your staff as professionals.
C) Be people person
D) Encourage professional growth
E) Do something special
  • 20. This method involves the use of highly structured meeting.
A) Both A and B are correct
B) Delphi Technique
C) Delphi Group Technique
D) Nominal Group
E) Nominal Group technique
  • 21. Every employee brings a necessary talent, skill or contribution to the table-never forget that.
A) Motivate, Don't Dominate
B) Learn How to hold People Accountable
C) Be Human
D) Show your employees that they matter
E) Learn How to Listen
  • 22. This relates to prioritization, delegation, juggling multiple competing priorities.
A) Ability to direct people
B) Knowledge of Industry
C) Time management skills
D) problem solving ability
E) Good communication skills
  • 23. It is the way something is handled, careful treatment, supervising skills, or those in charge of a business or a group.
A) Administration
B) Management
C) Decision Making
D) Manager
E) Administrator
  • 24. What is the last step in decision making?
A) Identify limiting factors
B) Define the problem
C) Establish an evaluation system
D) Select the best alternatives
E) Implement the decision
  • 25. To monitor the progress of personnel.
A) 2nd Step
B) 4th Step
C) 3rd Step
D) 5th Step
E) 1st Step
  • 26. It is the plan that outline of steps designed with the goals of the entire organization as a whole.
A) Operational Plans
B) Tactical Plans
C) All of the these
D) Strategic Plans
E) Contingency Plans
  • 27. Managers are also requires to do something special for your employees that needs guidance.
A) Be technically proficient
B) Be visionary
C) Do something special
D) Be a good communicator
E) Be people person
  • 28. Transparency shows your integrity as a leader, and builds trust with the individual members of your team.
A) Remain as transparent as possible
B) Listen and ask questions
C) Set the goal of working as a team
D) Help people enjoy work
E) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
  • 29. Managers should be able to communicate effectively using all methods, including visual presentations, public speaking, email, teleconferencing and face-to-face.
A) Lead by example
B) Encourage teamwork
C) Be a good communicator
D) Be technically proficient
E) Put your employees' needs first
  • 30. It refers to ongoing processes of evaluating situations or problems.
A) Problem Identification
B) None of these
C) Decision Management
D) Decision Making
E) Definition of problem
  • 31. Always be professional, but don't be afraid to let your real self show.
A) Learn How to Listen
B) Motivate, Don't Dominate
C) Look at Failure and Mistakes as Learning Opportunities
D) Show your employees that they matter
E) Be Human
  • 32. It is the best way to avoid miscommunication and keep your team on the same page.
A) Never go with "one-size-fits-all
B) Focus on clarity, accuracy and thoroughness in communication
C) Be the example
D) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
E) Set the goal of working as a team
  • 33. With this technique, participants never meet, but a group leader uses written questionnaires.
A) None of these
B) Delphi Technique
C) Nominal Group
D) Delphi Group Technique
E) Nominal Group technique
  • 34. Managers should be goal oriented and effectively uses resources to "create unusual".
A) Be a good communicator
B) Encourage teamwork
C) Be technically proficient
D) Be visionary
E) Put your employees' needs first
  • 35. After selecting your best option out of many alternatives, what did you do next?
A) Establish an evaluation system
B) Select the best alternatives
C) Identify limiting factors
D) Implement the decision
E) Define the problem
  • 36. Managers succeed best by satisfying the needs of their team. They will be required to provide the tools your team needs.
A) Put your employees' needs first
B) Treat your staff as professionals
C) Encourage professional growth
D) Lead by example
E) Encourage teamwork
  • 37. How long did brainstorming must take place?
A) an hour
B) 2 minutes
C) 30 secs
D) 1 day
E) none of these
  • 38. To measure the performance of a company and its personnel.
A) Mission
B) Aim
C) Purpose
D) All of these
E) Goal
  • 39. Managers succeed best by satisfying the needs of their team. They will be required to provide the tools your team needs.
A) Treat your staff as professionals
B) Lead by example
C) Encourage teamwork
D) Encourage professional growth
E) Put your employees' needs first
  • 40. It is the establishment of a management Information system to compare actual performance and achievements to the defined objectives.
A) management by information
B) Management by Organizing
C) Management by Goals
D) Management by Coordinating
E) Management by Planning
  • 41. Nominal group technique require discussion of interpersonal communication.
A) Probably False
B) True
C) Cannot be judge
D) Probably True
E) False
  • 42. managers can identify problem areas and improve efficiency.
A) All of these
B) Goal
C) Aim
D) Mission
E) Purpose
  • 43. To determine of revise the organizational objectives for the entire organization.
A) 3rd Step
B) 1st Step
C) 5th Step
D) 4th Step
E) 2nd Step
  • 44. By listening to your employees, you can not only build up their trust, but you can also identify legitimate problems.
A) Motivate, Don't Dominate
B) Learn How to hold People Accountable
C) Be Human
D) Learn How to Listen
E) Look at Failure and Mistakes as Learning Opportunities
  • 45. It is a strategic management that aims to improve the performance of an organization by clearly defining objectives that are agreed to by both management and personnel.
A) Management
B) Management by Information
C) Management by Organizing
D) Management by Goals
E) Management By Objectives
  • 46. Every employee brings a necessary talent, skill or contribution to the table-never forget that.
A) Learn How to Listen
B) Show your employees that they matter
C) Learn How to hold People Accountable
D) Motivate, Don't Dominate
E) Be Human
  • 47. It is considered as extremely short, and mental reflection is essentially instantaneous.
A) Definition of problem
B) Problem Identification
C) Decision Making
D) Decision Management
E) None of these
  • 48. To translate the organizational objectives to personnel.
A) 4th Step
B) 3rd Step
C) 1st Step
D) 5th Step
E) 2nd Step
  • 49. A manager should also be able to effectively articulate needs, convey information, and provide status updates to higher-ups in a company.
A) Good communication skills
B) Ability to direct people
C) Time management skills
D) problem solving ability
E) Knowledge of Industry
  • 50. This type of plans outlines specific actions or steps need to undertake to accomplish the strategy.
A) Operational Plans
B) Tactical Plans
C) All of the these
D) Contingency Plans
E) Strategic Plans
  • 51. Managers are required to encourage the best practices for building teamwork, they are required to sit and work with the personnel.
A) Encourage teamwork
B) Encourage professional growth
C) Do something special
D) Lead by example
E) Treat your staff as professionals
  • 52. Compare actual productivity to a given set of standards.
A) Purpose
B) Mission
C) Goal
D) Alm
E) All of these
  • 53. Knowledge may be gained from formal or vocational education, or from work experience.
A) Knowledge of Industry
B) problem solving ability
C) problem solving ability
D) Ability to direct people
E) Time management skills
  • 54. Knowledge may be gained from formal or vocational education, or from work experience.
A) problem solving ability
B) Ability to direct people
C) none of these
D) Time management skills
E) Knowledge of Industry
  • 55. Refrain form allowing members to evaluate others' ideas on the spot.
A) Cannot be judge
B) True
C) False
D) Probably True
E) Probably False
  • 56. It is the document that outlines the objectives and goals of an organization.
A) Strategic Plans
B) Operational Plans
C) Tactical Plans
D) All of the these
E) Contingency Plans
  • 57. How can you come up with your alternatives?
A) Identification
B) Brainstorming
C) Evaluation
D) Management
E) Managing the situation
  • 58. Your team is compromised of individuals with unique preferences, strengths, weaknesses, and ideas.
A) Set the goal of working as a team
B) Be the example
C) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
D) Never go with "one-size-fits-all
E) Remain as transparent as possible
  • 59. Managers are also requires to do something special for your employees that needs guidance.
A) Do something special
B) Be visionary
C) Be technically proficient
D) Be people person
E) Be a good communicator
  • 60. Managers must be able to match individual employee skills set to neccessary job tasks.
A) Ability to direct people
B) Time management skills
C) problem solving ability
D) Good communication skills
E) Knowledge of Industry
  • 61. To evaluate and reward personnel progress.
A) 1st Step
B) 2nd Step
C) 5th Step
D) 4th Step
E) 3rd Step
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