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HBO I4 Midterm Quiz 2

Quiz by Harold N. Noga

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  • Q1
    This theory is often presented as a five-level pyramid, with higher needs coming into focus only once lower, more basic needs are met.
    ERG theory
    learned needs theory
    Hierarchy of needs theory
    equity theory
  • Q2
    Physiological needs include:
    comfort, shelter and water
    rest, food and clothing
    food, love and friendship
    air, water, intimacy and recognition
  • Q3
    Mr. Blakey observed that Lizet his long-time tenured employee is more motivated and has desire for the respect and recognition of others. Mr. Blakely recognizes the esteem need of Lizet. Thus he can maximize Lizet's motivation by:
    providing her with food perks and freebies
    providing her with financial incentives
    allowing her to participate in decision making on operational matters and assigning her on a special task.
    encourage her to belong and feel acquainted with a group
  • Q4
    In Adam's Equity theory employee's inputs include hard work, skill level, acceptance, determination and effort while an employee's outputs are:
    recognition, reward and dedication
    work determination and craftmanship
    salary, benefits and recognition
    persistence, attitude and hardwork
  • Q5
    The theory states that employees become demotivated, both in relation to their job and their employer, if they feel as their inputs are greater than the outputs.
    Alderfer's ERG theory
    Vroom's expectancy theory
    McGregor's Theory X and Y
    Adam's Equity theory
  • Q6
    According to Herzberg in this theory, the opposite of “Satisfaction” is “No satisfaction” and the opposite of “Dissatisfaction” is “No Dissatisfaction”.
    learned needs theory
    equity theory
    two-factor theory
    expectancy theory
  • Q7
    This factors are those job factors which are needed for existence of motivation at workplace. These do not lead to positive satisfaction for long-term. But if these factors are absent at workplace, then they lead to dissatisfaction.
    internal factors
    hygiene factors
    extrinsic factors
  • Q8
    Jenna spends her time hanging around the editorial office. Her motivation is to be accepted by her colleagues. Jenna has the need within the ERG as:
  • Q9
    Hygiene factors are also called as satisfiers or maintenance factors as they are required to avoid dissatisfaction.
  • Q10
    This theory supports that employees are motivated with clear goals and appropriate feedbacks.
    equity theory
    expectancy theory
    Learned needs theory
    Goal setting theory
  • Q11
    Statement 1: Do your best to increase sales. Statement 2: Hit your sales to an increase of 25% this month
    Both statements do not reflect the managerial standard
    In goal setting theory statement 1 is more effective because it is more nurturing than controlling
    In goal setting theory both statements are effective since management should always look into balance.
    In Goal setting theory the 2nd statement is more effective because it is clear.
  • Q12
    According to Locke and Latham, there are five goal setting principles that can improve our chances of success. These are:
    Recognition, Challenge, Commitment, Feedback and Attainable
    Challenge, Complexity, Feedback, Reward and Simplicity
    Simple, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time bound
    Clarity, Challenge, Commitment, Feedback and Task complexity.
  • Q13
    This theory states that employee’s motivation is an outcome of how much an individual wants a reward (Valence), the assessment that the likelihood that the effort will lead to expected performance (Expectancy) and the belief that the performance will lead to reward (Instrumentality).
    expectancy theory
    equity theory
  • Q14
    Under theory X and Y by Douglas McGregor managers view their employees as those who generally dislike responsibilities, resist change and that which needs formal direction. Thus needs to be monitored and controlled all the time. This is what is termed as:
    Theory Y
    Theory X
    Hygiene factors
  • Q15
    Which is a situation where the manager encourages teamwork and innovation?
    theory X
    hygiene factors
    theory Y

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