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Question 11 pts
Which of the following most accurately characterizes the general goal of planned organizational change?
to replace the board of directors
to improve the working conditions of the stakeholders
to improve the organization’s capabilities and enhance its value
to change the organization’s central vision
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In the role episodic model of ethical dilemmas, the “misuse of data” ethical dilemma is an aspect of __________.
the client system
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Change management specialists often work __________.
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All of the following are forces for change in an organization EXCEPT __________.
impatient capital markets
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Compared to reactive change, proactive changes
initiated by organization leaders __________.
are less likely to open possibilities for solutions
are more likely to open possibilities for solutions
are less beneficial to stakeholders in the short term
are less beneficial to stakeholders in the long term
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Change management specialists focus on __________.
how departments work together to meet various goals
organizational member problem solving
strategic firm planning
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Kieran’s company is undergoing change, and employees are being encouraged to see old behaviors and attitudes as useless as part of a process that helps create an emotional need for change. Which of Lewin’s general states of change is Kieran’s company experiencing?
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Which of the following is an example of a macro-level external source of organizational change?
workforce safety regulations
board member decisions
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Which of the following frameworks of effective organizational change is most popularly used on a global scale?
the stakeholder approach
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Organizational development specialists focus on __________.
competitive business strategy
process and interaction between organizational members and departments