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WhichofthefollowingstatementsisTRUE;A.;C.;Badbarrelsarecausedbybadapplesinanorganization.;Ethicscannotbetaughtbecauseindividualscomeintoanorganization;alreadyasbadapples.;Employeesgoodbehaviorcanbespoiledbyabadbarrel.;D.;Badapplesarejustafewindividualswhospoilitfortherestofus.;B.;2)Accordingtotheauthors,ethicalbehaviorisdefinedas;A.;Asetofmoralprinciplesorvaluesthatguideanindividual;B.;RulesofBehaviorsetbytheFederalgovernment;C.;Principles,norms,andstandardsagreeduponbysociety;D.;Noneofthese;3)Whichofthefollowingarecorrectstepsandorderofstepsintheethical;decisionmakingprocess?;A.;Moralconsideration,moraldecision,andmoralbehavior.;B.;Moralawareness,moraljudgement,andmoralbehavior.;C.;Moralawareness,morecognition,andmoralbehavior.;D.;Moraljudgement,moralawareness,andmoralbehavior.;4)Therearemajordifferencesinlevelsofmoralreasoningbetweenmenand;women.;A.;True;B.;False;5)Ethicalconflictisalmostexclusivelyinfluencedbyindividualdifferences.;A.;True;B.;False;6)Thetypeoflanguageusedwhendescribingasituationaffectsmoral;awareness;A.;True;B.;False;7)The_______________approachtoethicaldecisionmakingfocusesonhow;peopleactuallymakedecisions.;A.;Regulatory;B.;Illustrative;C.;Descriptive;D.;Prescriptive;8)Generallyspeaking,ethicaldilemmasarenotroutine.Therefore,thereisno;waythatanindividualcanbepreparedorinformedforaproblemaheadoftime.;A.;True;B.;False;9)Mostmodernmanagersrelyonadeontologicalapproach.;A.;True;B.;False;TheU.S.sentencingguidelinesuseacarrotandstickapproachtomanaging;corporatecrime.Whatismeantbytheuseofcarrotandstick?;A.;Thecarrotdanglesattheendofthestickasanincentivefororganizations;B.;C.;D.;tobehaveethically.;Thecarrotreferstotheguidelinesasfoodforthoughtandthestickrefers;tothepunishmentiftheguidelinesarenotfollowed.;Thecarrotrefertoincentivesintheguidelinesforbehavingethicallyandthe;stickreferstothepunishmentiftheguidelinesarenotfollowed;Noneoftheabove.;11)WhichofthefollowingisTRUE?;A.;B.;C.;D.;Onlythepresenceofacodeofethicsintheorganizationisnecessaryto;meettheU.S.SentencingCommisionsideaofaneffectivecompliance;program.;The1987sentencingguidelinesmandatedincarcerationforonlytheworst;offenders.;FinesappliedbytheU.S.SentencingCommisionhavedecreasedon;averagesince1990.;TheU.S.SentencingCommisionallowsprosecutorstoassessthequalityof;anorganizationscomplianceprograminordertodetermineappropriate;penalties.;12)Inthe___________perspective,socialresponsibilityisprimarilyameansof;avoidingeconomicharmthatcanbeimposedbymultiplestakeholders.;A.;Social;B.;Dutybased;C.;Economic;D.;Geographic;13)Peoplearerationaleconomicactorsmotivatedsolelybyselfinterest.;A.;True;B.;False;14)Anorganizationcanbeconvictedofacrimeevenifonlyoneemployee;breaksthelaw.;A.;True;B.;False;15)Mostpeopleexpectfairplayintheirinteractionsandwillevenforgo;economicbenefitsinordertomaintainafairsystem.;A.;True;B.;False;16)WhichofthefollowingisTRUE?;A.;Employeestendtoberewardedforengaginginspecificethicalbehaviors;B.;Rewardsarebettertocontrolshortrunethicalbehavior.;C.;Rewardssetthetoneforwhatisexpectedandrewardedinthelongterm.;D.;Punishmentisaninherentlybadpractice.;17)WhichofthefollowingisFALSE?;A.;B.;C.;D.;Peoplearelesslikelytoengageinunethicalbehaviorifititlikelytobe;detectedandpunished.;Peopledonotcareifviolatorsofethicalconductarepunished.;Theideathatpunishmentshouldbeavoidedisbasedonresearchonrats;andsmallchildren.;Otheremployeesareaffectedbypunishmentofjustoneemployee.;18)Groupnormscancauseaneverybodyisdoingitmentality.Thismeans;B.;Manyindividualswillgoalongwithunethicalbehaviorbecauseofastrong;needtobeaccepted.;Employeesareactivelydisengaged.;C.;Peoplearemorelikelytorecognizeissuesasethicalissues.;D.;Managerscannotblameindividualemployeesforunethicalbehavior.;A.;19)WhichofthefollowingisNOTaneffectivewaytodisciplineemployees?;A.;C.;Disciplineshouldbedoneprivately.;Disciplineshouldbeconsistentwithwhatotheremployeesatthesamelevel;orpositionreceived.;Disciplinemustbeconstructiveanddoneinaprofessionalmanner.;D.;Employeesshouldbeencouragedtoexplaintheirsideofthestory.;B.;20)WhichofthefollowingisFALSE?;A.;Activelydisengagedemployeeshavelowerturnoverandabsenteeism.;B.;Engagedemployeesaremoreproductive.;C.;Employeeengagementishowcommittedemployeesaretotheirwork.;D.;ActivelydisengagedemployeescosttheU.S.economybillionseachyear.;21)AsamanagerofABCCorporation,youareinatoughsituation.Youmustsendan;employeetoworkwithyournewclientinEuropeandSamisclearlythemostqualified;candidate.However,ABCCorporationislocatedinanareawhereseveralpeopleof;Samsracehavebeenviolentlyattacked.YoumustchoosetosendSamorTonya.What;shouldyoudo?;A.;AutomaticallysendSamtoEuropebecauseheisclearlythemostqualified.;B.;AssignSamtoanewtaskandsendTonyatoEurope.;C.;AutomaticallysendTonyatoEuropewithouttellingSamhewasconsidered.;D.;AskSamifhewantstogotoEuropeanddiscussthesituation.;22)Oneofthehigherperformingemployeesinyourgrouphasrecentlyhadfamily;troubles.Thesepersonalissuescausedhimtobelessflexibleinhisworkschedule.For;example,hehascomeinlatesomemorningsandmissedseverallateafternoon;meetings.However,hecontinuestobeproductivewhenheisatwork.Ashismanager;whatshouldyoudo?;A.;B.;C.;D.;Ignorethesituationbecauseheisgenerallyahighperformerandthe;situationistemporary.;Atthegroupmeeting,makeanexampleoutofhimandhisunethicalbehavior;todeterotheremployeesmisbehavior.;Reprimandtheemployeeandputhimonnoticeimmediately.;Instituteflexibleworkhoursforallemployeesinyourgroupandarrange;meetingswheneveryonecanbeavailable.;23)Researchhasshowthebestwaytoencourageethicalbehavioristocreatean;organizationalculturethatisbuilttoenhanceemployeeengagement.;A.;True;B.;False;24)Accordingtoasurveyofexecutives,mostrespondentswouldratherlietoan;employeeaboutperformancethanconfrontthemaboutperformanceproblems.;A.;True;B.;False;25)Ina2002poll,__________rankedlastonthewhodoyoutrustscale..;A.;Politicians;B.;Accountants;C.;Lawyers;D.;ChiefExecutiveOfficers;26)Despiteaterribledisaster,____________demonstrateditsabilitytoactswiftlyand;compassionatelyformultipleshareholdersaffectedbythechemicalleak.TheCEOeven;flewtothesiteonedayaftertheincidenttolendsupport.;A.;Exxon;B.;ManvilleCorporation;C.;Merck;D.;UnionCarbide;27)Inthisexampleoflackofproductsafety,__________,waitednineyearstoalertits;constomersthattheirbirthcontrolproductcausesseverepelvicinflammatorydisease;thatmayleadtomiscarriagesorseverebirthdefects.;A.;Merck;B.;Adelphia;C.;Johnson&Johnson;D.;A.H.Robbins;28)AccordingtotheExecutiveEthicalLeadershipReputationMatrix,a/an_________is;anexecutivecharacterizedasastrongmoralpersonandastrongmoralmanager.;A.;Ethicalleader;B.;Hypocriticalleader;C.;Unethicalleader;D.;Ethicallyneutralleader;29)Weakorganizationalculturesare;A.;Undesirableinallsituations.;B.;Desirableifanorganizationwantsbehavioralconsistency.;C.;Desirableifanorganizationwantsdiversityofthoughtandaction.;D.;Desirableifanorganizationhasmanysubcultures.;30)AccordingtotheExecutiveEthicalLeadershipReputationMatrix,a/an_________is;anexecutivecharacterizedasaweakmoralpersonandastrongmoralmanager.;A.;Hypocricalleader;B.;Ethicallyneutralleader;C.;Ethicalleader;D.;Unethicalleader;31)___________havetheirownagendaandlackandcompanyorprofessionalloyalty.;A.;Toxicammo;B.;Grenades;C.;Misguidedcannons;D.;Deserters;32)Researchhasshownthatbetween___________oftheinformationthatpasses;throughthegrapevineistrue.;A.;70to90%;B.;50to70%;C.;30to50%;D.;10to30%;33)______________understandandfollowtherulesandpoliciesoftheorganization.;Theyalsohavegoodethicalcompasses.;A.;Goodsoldiers;B.;Goodcannons;C.;Loosecannons;D.;Grenades;34)Ifweunderstandhowpeoplethinkandbehaveintheirnativeenvironment,wewill;understandhowaparticulargroupwillbehaveinregardtoculturaloutsiders.;A.;False;B.;True;35)Womenworkingasexpatriatemanagersareunsuccessfulinsomecountries;becausetheyaretreatedthesameaswomenfromthatlocalculture.;A.;False;B.;True;36)Fluencyinaforeignlanguageassistswithverbalcommunication,buthelpslittlein;understandingtheculture..;A.;True;B.;False;37)TheGoldenRule(dountoothersasyouwouldhavethemdountoyou)appearsin;theteachingsofeverymajorworldreligion.;A.;True;B.;False;38)Civilsocietyrefersto;A.;Countriesthatsharethesameculture,customs,andnorms.;B.;Governmentagenciesinforeigncountries;Groupsinterestedinbusinessethics(suchasthemedia,notforprofit;organizations,academicinstitutions,andreligiousandpoliticalgroups);Countrieswithacertaintypeofgovernancestructure;C.;D.;39)WhichofthefollowingisFALSE?;A.;B.;Crossculturaltrainingcanhelpanexpatriatemanagerbetteradjusttothe;newcultures.;ForeignlanguageproficiencyfornonEnglishspeakersinEnglishspeaking;C.;D.;countries.;Organizationsarenotaffectedbytheexpatriatefamilysabilitytoadjustto;thenewsetting.;Organizationsareaffectedbytheexpatriatemanagersabilitytoadjusttothe;newsetting.;40)_________reflectsacceptanceofinequalityandrespectforsocialstatusandclass;boundaries;A.;Lowpowerdistance;B.;Highpowerdistance;C.;Collectivism;D.;Individualism;41)WhichofthefollowingisTRUE?;A.;Collectiviststendtoavoidpsychologicalwarfare;B.;Collectiviststendtopreferdirectmanifestationsofconflict;C.;Collectiviststendtopreferadjudicationbecauseitisperceivedasmorefair;D.;Collectiviststendtoprefermediationbecauseitinvolvescompromise;42)Thepsychicdistanceparadoxcausesperformancefailuresbecause;A.;B.;C.;D.;Managersdonotunderstandtheculturesbehaviordespitelanguage;proficiency.;Expatriatemanagersareunabletoconnectwiththelocalcultureaftermoving;fromasimilarculture.;Whendoingbusinessinculturesthatareperceivedasbeingsimilar;managerspreparelessanddonotrealizetheculturesareactuallyquite;different.;Negotiatorswhoareworkinginasimilarculturetotheirownperceivethetwo;culturesasbeingsignificantlydifferent.

 

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