Organizational Behavior and Leadership Quiz

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Employees A and B work together on the same project team. When the team faces a complex and difficult problem, the team leader usually asks B to generate alternative solutions for the team to consider. Experience has shown that B actively searches for additional information and is more likely to take initiative and to feel that the team can effectively influence the outcomes of its actions. Employee A tends to do well on jobs that are well structured and routine and feels that the outcomes of the team's actions are determined by luck or chance. Employee A exhibits an external locus of control, and employee B exhibits an internal locus of control.

Employee B was upset by Employee A's behavior at the department's planning meeting. Which
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Overcome time and space constraints and create limited social context

What is a characteristic of problem-solving teams that is different than cross-functional teams? Problem-solving team members come from the same work unit.

A team was assigned a project. Halfway through the project it was obvious that the team was failing to meet expectations. Management had made sure that individuals assigned to the team had good interpersonal skills as well as good problem-solving and decision-making skills. However, they overlooked other abilities of team members required for accomplishing the work. Which ability necessary for team members was overlooked?

Propensity for social loafing

When organizing a team to develop a new quality control system, management wanted to assign team members having characteristics common to effective teams. Which list specifies common characteristics of effective teams? A climate of trust, members who fill role demands, and a large team size
A company switched from assembly lines to self-managed work teams. What can team members do to improve the synergy and success of their teams? Assign individual roles rather than mutual team roles

A company is changing their work organization from employees working individually to the use of teams. Which reward system could be used to foster long-term team effectiveness? Reward system that rewards both

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