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Strayer BUS 302 Week 5 Quiz




Question;Strayer;BUS 302 Week 5 Quiz;? Question;1;is the set of shared values;and beliefs that affects the perceptions, decisions, and behavior of people;from a particular country.;? Question;2;A(n) ____ is a direct tax on;imported goods designed to make it more expensive to buy those goods;instituted in hopes of reducing the volume of those imported goods in a given;country.;? Question;3;occurs when a company sells;domestically produced products to customers in foreign countries.;? Question;4;Protectionism is the use of trade;barriers to protect local companies and their workers from ____.;? Question;5;An expatriate is someone who;? Question;6;Fran Wilson Creative Cosmetics is;a medium-sized U.S. company that sells 1.5 million tubes of its lipstick;annually in Japan. It has no physical presence within the country beyond the;fact its products are sold there. Fran Wilson Creative Cosmetics uses ____ to;reach the Japanese market.;? Question;7;A country or region that has an;attractive business climate for companies that want to go global has found an;? Question;8;A cosmetics company that is;considering entering the South American market would be especially interested;in the discretionary income within that region. In other words, which of the;following would be a determining factor in its global strategy?;? Question;9;To protect its farmers, Japan put;limitations on the amount of mushrooms and leeks that could be imported into;Japan from China. This limitation is an example of a(n) ____.;? Question;10;Historically, most companies have;used the ____ to successfully enter foreign markets.;? Question;11;Global business is defined;as____.;? Question;12;The Japanese government has;proclaimed that its snow is different from that found in any other region of;the world. As a result, all snow skis marketed in Japan must be manufactured in;Japan. This is an example of a(n) ____.;? Question;13;Ford Motor Company owns and;operates a $1.9 billion manufacturing plant in Brazil. What method for;organizing for global business has Ford used in this example?;? Question;14;are long-term, low-interest;loans, cash grants, and tax deductions used to develop and protect companies or;special industries.;? Question;15;is a method of investment in;which a company builds a new business or buys an existing business in a foreign;country.;? Question;16;departmentalization is;notorious for confusion and conflict between project managers in different;areas of the organization.;? Question;17;With ____ departmentalization;most employees report to two bosses.;? Question;18;involves assigning direct;authority and responsibility to a subordinate to complete tasks for which the;manager is normally responsible.;? Question;19;departmentalization is;defined as organizing work and workers into separate units responsible for;particular business functions or areas of expertise.;? Question;20;A manufacturer of acrylic and;latex gloves sells to medical laboratories, to factories where employees handle;chemicals, to companies that manufacture micro-tech equipment, and to cleaning;services. Because it is organized to better satisfy the needs of each of its;four target markets, the manufacturer uses ____ departmentalization.;? Question;21;is a general term that;refers to subdividing work and workers into separate organizational units that;are responsible for completing particular tasks.;? Question;22;A(n) ____ organization is part of;a network in which many companies share skills, costs, capabilities, markets;and customers with each other.;? Question;23;Organizational authority is;traditionally characterized by ____.;? Question;24;Hallmark has four departments.;These departments are (1) Flowers and Gifts, (2) Cards and E-cards, (3);Hallmark Collectibles, and (4) Photo Albums and Scrapbooks. Hallmark uses;departmentalization.;? Question;25;Large accounting agencies;typically have separate departments that deal with households, businesses, and;governments. This allows them to better serve the needs of their clients, by;using ____ departmentalization.;? Question;26;is the degree to which a job;is perceived to have a substantial impact on others inside or outside the;organization.;? Question;27;Kimberly-Clark is subdivided into;organizational units called Kimberly-Clark Health Care, which provides products;to hospitals, Kimberly-Clark Professional, which sells to businesses, and;Kimberly-Clark Consumer, which sells the company?s products to customers. From;this information, you know that Kimberly-Clark uses ____.;? Question;28;The Ryerson University Library is;organized in a hierarchy with six unit heads reporting to a chief librarian.;Within these units are fifteen librarians and forty-seven full-time library;staff. One of the tools used in the organizational development of the library;was to systematically move employees from one job to another to give them an;opportunity to learn and use different skills. The Ryerson University Library;used ____.;? Question;29;In terms of the chain of command;authority is the right to command immediate subordinates, while;authority is the right to advise but not command others who are not;subordinates.;? Question;30;is characterized by simple;easy-to-learn steps, low variety, and high repetition.


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