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  • 1. Managers should be goal-oriented and effectively uses resources to "create an usual".
A) Be a good communicator
B) Put your employees needs first
C) Be technically proficient
D) Be visionary
E) Encourage teamwork
  • 2. It is the best way to avoid miscommunication in keep your team on the same page.
A) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
B) Be an example
C) Never go with "one-size-fits-all"
D) Focus on clarity, accuracy and thoroughness in communication
E) Set the goal of working as a team
  • 3. You must reward the same behavior every time they appear.
A) Be the example
B) Be consistent
C) Focus on clarity accuracy and thoroughness in communication
D) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
E) Set the goal of working as a team
  • 4. Managers are required to encourage the best practices for building teamwork, they are required to sit and work with the personnel.
A) Lead by example
B) Do something special
C) Encourage teamwork
D) Encourage professional growth
E) Treat your stuff as professionals
  • 5. Transparency shows your integrity as leader and builds trust with the individual member of your team.
A) Remain as transparent as possible
B) Set the goal of working as a team
C) Public reward and recognize hard work
D) Listen and ask question
E) Help people enjoy work
  • 6. Managers are required to dress and act professionally at all times and to be available to give a guidance and help when needed.
A) Do something special
B) Treat your staff as professionals
C) Be people person
D) Encourage professional growth
E) Lead by example
  • 7. By listening to your employees you can not only build up the trust, but you can also identify legitimate problems.
A) Be human
B) Look at failure and mistakes as learning opportunities
C) Learn how to listen
D) Motivate, don't dominate
E) Learn how to hold people accountable
  • 8. Always be professional,but don't be afraid to let your real self show.
A) Motivate, don't dominate
B) Look at failure and mistakes as learning opportunities
C) Learn how to listen
D) Shows your employees that they matter
E) Be human
  • 9. Managers are also requires to do something special for your employees that needs guidance.
A) Be technically proficient
B) Be a good communicator
C) Do something special
D) Be people person
E) Be visionary
  • 10. Focus on ways to motivate the team to do it's best.by incentivizing, recognizing job well done and making each person feel like she has the power to accomplish.
A) Learn how to hold people accountable
B) Learn how to listen
C) Be human
D) Look at failure and mistakes as a learning opportunities
E) Motivate ,don't dominate
  • 11. Managers should be able to communicate effectively using all methods, including visual presentation, public speaking,email ,teleconferencing and face to face
A) Encourage teamwork
B) Put your employees needs first
C) Be a good communicator
D) Lead by example
E) Be technically proficient
  • 12. Managers are expected to grow their skills and those their team members.
A) Encourage professional growth
B) Be visionary
C) Be people person
D) Do something special
E) Be a good communicator
  • 13. One of the requirements of the perfect manager wherein, you should know how people work and know how to motivate your team.
A) Be people person
B) Be technically proficient
C) Be a good communicator
D) Be visionary
E) Put your employees needs first
  • 14. Managers should be able to give technical guidance and decide the best strategies and methods for success.
A) Put your employees needs first
B) Encourage teamwork
C) Treat your staff as professionals
D) Lead by example
E) Be technically proficient
  • 15. Your team is compromised of individuals with unique preferences,strengths,weaknesses and ideas
A) Remain as transparent as possible
B) Set the goal of working as a team
C) Never go with "one-size-fits-all
D) Be the example
E) Publicly reward and recognize hard work
  • 16. 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
  • 17. Managers treat employees as a professional who doesn't need immediate supervision.
A) Do something special
B) Encourage professional growth
C) Be people person
D) Treat your staff as professionals
E) Be visionary
  • 18. Every employee brings unnecessary talent skills or contribution to the table never forget.
A) Motivate don't dominate
B) Shows your employees that they matter
C) Learn how to listen
D) Learn how to hold people accountable
E) Be human
  • 19. Manager succeed best by satisfying the needs of their team. Will be required to provide the tools your team needs.
A) Encourage teamwork
B) Encourage professional growth
C) Put your employees needs first
D) Treat your staff as professionals
E) Lead by example
  • 20. Second chance can encourage greater work the next time around.
A) Motivate don't dominate
B) Learn how to listen
C) Look at failure and mistakes as learning opportunities
D) Learn how to hold people accountable
E) Your employees that they matter
  • 21. To monitor the progress of personnel
A) 4th Step
B) 5th step
C) 1st step
D) 2nd step
E) 3rd step
  • 22. To determine of revised the organization objectives for the entire organization
A) 2nd step
B) 3rd step
C) 5th step
D) 1st step
E) 4th step
  • 23. To evaluate and reward personnel progress
A) 2nd step
B) 4th step
C) 1st step
D) 3rd step
E) 5th step
  • 24. To stimulate the participation of personal setting individual objectives
A) 5th step
B) 2nd step
C) 3rd step
D) 4th Step
E) 1st step
  • 25. To translate the organizational objectives to personnel
A) 5th step
B) 4th step
C) 2nd step
D) 3rd step
E) 1st step
  • 26. It is the stablish meant of a management information system to compare actual performance and achievements to the defined objectives
A) Management by information
B) Management by planning
C) Management by organizing
D) Management by coordinating
E) Management by goal
  • 27. Managers have strong internal for teacher that enables them to help staffers and resolves issues
A) Knowledge of industry
B) Good communication skills
C) Time management skills
D) Problem-solving ability
E) Ability to direct people
  • 28. Knowledge may be gained from formal or vocational education or from work experience.
A) Problem solving ability
B) Time management skills
C) Knowledge of industry
D) Problems are being ability
E) Ability to direct people
  • 29. A manager should also be able to effectively articulate needs convey information and provide status updates to higher ups in a company.
A) They management skills
B) Knowledge industry
C) Problem-solving ability
D) Good communication skills
E) Ability to direct people
  • 30. This relates to prioritization, delegation juggling multiple competing priorities
A) Good communication skills
B) Ability to direct people
C) Knowledge of industry
D) Problem-solving ability
E) Time management skills
  • 31. It is a strategic management that aims to improve the performance of an organization by clearly defining on waves that are agreed to by both management and personnel.
A) Management by information
B) Management by goals
C) Management by organizing
D) Management
E) Management by objectives
  • 32. What is the most critical process in any organization.
A) Corporate decision-making process
B) Decision-making process
C) Corporate decision
  • 33. When it comes to business organization, decision-making is a --- and ---- as well
A) Process, making
B) Habit ,habit
C) Habit ,making
D) Habit, process
  • 34. In the process of solving the problem you will have to gather as much as information related to the factors and stakeholders involved in the problem.
A) Evaluate the results
B) Evaluation of alternatives
C) Principle of for judging the alternatives
D) Information gathering
  • 35. Anna is using her judgment principle and decision-making criteria to compare each alternatives positive and negative what is type of decision-making process does ana do
A) Identification of the purpose of the decision
B) Evaluation of alternative
C) Principle for judging the alternatives
D) Information gathering
  • 36. In this tips the result of a decision is being evaluated to improve the future decision making
A) Information gathering
B) Evaluation the results
C) Evaluation of alternatives
D) Principle for judging the alternatives
  • 37. When a person who meets the statutory requirements to determined as a parent what statutory is granted to the said?
A) Decision making
B) Sole legal decision making
C) Legal decision-making authority
D) Joint legal decision making
  • 38. This is step in decision-making process involves a thorough analyzation of the problem
A) Identification of the purpose of the decision
B) Information gathering
C) Principle for judging the alternative
D) Evaluation of alternative
  • 39. It is concerned with the shorter times frames and narrower scoops than are strategic plan.
A) Contingency plans
B) Operational plan
C) Strategic plans
D) Tactical plans
  • 40. ---and successful management depends upon a constant for suite of adaptation flexibility and mastery of changing conditions.
A) Best
B) Intelligent
C) Successful
D) Effective
  • 41. It is one that a manager uses to accomplish his or her job responsibilities.
A) Operational plans
B) Tactical plans
C) Strategic plans
D) Contingency plans
  • 42. The decision-making process involves the following steps except.
A) Identifying a limiting factors
B) Develop a tential alternatives
C) Ask question
D) Define the problem
  • 43. It is an outline of steps designed with the goals of the entire organization as a whole in mind rather than with the goals of specific division or departments.
A) Operational plans
B) Tactical plans
C) Strategic plans
D) Contingency plans
  • 44. It is concerned with what the lower-level units within each division must do how they must do it and who is incharge at each level.
A) Tactical plans
B) Operational plans
C) Contingency plans
D) Strategic plans
  • 45. It can be a single use plan or an ongoing plan.
A) Strategic plan
B) Tactical plan
C) Contingency plan
D) Operational plan
  • 46. His roles is to plan organize stuff lead and control his team by executing decision.
A) Staff
B) Manager
C) Supervisor
D) Organizer
  • 47. With this technique participants never meet but a group leader uses written questionnaires to conduct the decision-making.
A) Brainstorming
B) Gathering idea
C) Delphi technique
D) Nominal group technique
  • 48. This methods involves the use of highly structured meeting complete with an agenda and restrict discussion for interpersonal communication during the decision-making process.
A) Nominal group technique
B) Delfhi techniques
C) Brainstorming
D) Gathering idea
  • 49. Valuation alternatives can be done in numerous ways here are the few possibilities except one.
A) Weight age factor important in the decision.
B) Determine the pros and cons of alternatives
C) Do not determine the pros and cons of each alternatives
D) Perform a cost-benefit analysis for each alternative
  • 50. Regardless of the method used a manager needs to evaluate each alternative in terms of the following except one.
A) Probability
B) Effectiveness
C) Consequences
D) Feasibility
  • 51. One of the best known method for developing alternatives is true brainstorming where a group works together to ___and alternative solution
A) Generate data
B) Generate ideas
C) Generate knowledge
D) Generate information
  • 52. It involves identifying alternative courses of action that can be implemented if and when the original plan and rooms and adequate because of changing circumstances.
A) Operational plan
B) Contingency plan
C) Strategic plan
D) Tactical plans
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