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•    Question 1


Failure to understand the beliefs and expectations of stakeholders:

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Customer environmental intelligence includes:

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Stakeholder engagement is:

•    Question 4


The role of special interest groups is an important element in acquiring intelligence from the:

•    Question 5


Once an issue has been identified, its implications must be:

•    Question 6


The drivers of stakeholders of engagement are:

•    Question 7


Firms that generally act only when forced to do so, and then in a defensive manner are

•    Question 8


Proactive companies are:

•    Question 9


A corporation's issue management activities are usually linked to.

•    Question 10


According to management scholar Karl Albrecht, scanning to acquire environmental intelligence should focus on:

•    Question 11


According to a recent survey of top executives, the issue most likely to gain public and political attention over the next five years is:

•    Question 12


A business and its stakeholders coming together for face-to-face conversations about issues of common concern is:

•    Question 13


Legal environmental intelligence includes:

•    Question 14


An analysis of the stability or instability of a government is an example of scanning the:

•    Question 15


Stakeholder engagement is, at its core, a:

Business and Society 2 Business and Society 2

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Positive reputation can be valued as an intangible corporate:

•    Question 17


Stakeholder partnerships, high-tech communication networks, and sustainability audits are examples of:

•    Question 18


Which of the following examples does not show a company guided by enlightened self-interest?

•    Question 19


Corporate power refers to:

•    Question 20


The idea that the wealthiest members of society should be charitable toward those less fortunate is the:

•    Question 21


Which of the following is not an example of the charity principle?

•    Question 22


Modern corporations should be socially responsible because they:

•    Question 23


Scholars have found:

•    Question 24


A company who complies with the laws and regulations set by the government is:

•    Question 25


The costs of corporate social responsibility may ultimately be passed on to the:

•    Question 26


Which of the following companies is being the most socially responsible?

•    Question 27


Which of the following is not a driver of the Corporate Social Responsiveness phase of Corporate Social Responsibility?

•    Question 28


When the CEO of General Electric appointed the company's first VP of Corporate Citizenship, he was demonstrating:

•    Question 29


When undertaking social initiatives, a company:

•    Question 30


Which of the following is an argument against corporate social responsibility?



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1. Training was developed to improve productivity. When assessing training’s influence on trainees at the organizational results level, which of the following would be the most appropriate thing to focus your attention on?

A) Organizational profitability

B) Work unit productivity

C) Market share

D) Corporate strategy

E) All of the above

2. Which kind of analysis compares the monetary cost of training with the intangible or nonmonetary results?

A) Cost saving

B) Cost effectiveness

C) Cost benefit

D) All of the above

 

3. Cost effectiveness evaluation _____.

A) Compares the monetary costs of training to the financial benefits accrued from training

B) Compares the monetary costs of training to the non‑monetary benefits from training

C) Compares the social costs of training to the financial benefits accrued from training

D) Compares the monetary costs of trainers to the financial benefits accrued from training

E) Compares the monetary costs and non‑monetary costs of training to the financial benefits accrued from training

 

4. Utility analysis is a

A) Measure of learning.

B) Method of estimating overall value of training based on the trainee’s change in behavior.

C) Simplified method of cost/benefit analysis.

D) A cost savings analysis.

 

5. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a “behavior” or “organizational results” evaluation?

A) The need for each to be customized for each situation

B) Inexpensive

C) Costly and time consuming

D) The requirement of cooperation from the customer

E) All of the above

 

Business and Society Business and Society

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•    Question 1


Which one of the following is considered to be a nonmarket stakeholder of business?
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•    Question 2


Which of the following is not an example of stakeholders' economic power?
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•    Question 3


Which argument says that stakeholder management realistically depicts how companies really work?
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•    Question 4


Which of the following is not considered to be a nonmarket stakeholder?
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•    Question 5


Interactions between business and society occur:
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•    Question 6


Customers can exercise economic stakeholder power by:
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•    Question 7


A number of European countries require public companies to include employee members on their boards of directors, so:
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•    Question 8


Departments, or offices, within an organization that reach across the dividing line that separated the company from groups and people in society are:
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•    Question 9


The four types of stakeholders' power recognized by most experts are:
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•    Question 10


When something stands out from a background, is seen as important, or draws attention it is:
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•    Question 11


A successful business must meet its:
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•    Question 12


A firm subscribing to the ownership theory of the firm would mainly be concerned with providing value for its:
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•    Question 13


Harnessing human imagination to create new approaches to the concerns of modern society is an example of:
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•    Question 14


The instrumental argument says stakeholder management is:
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•    Question 15


The phenomenon of a person or group holding multiple stakeholder duties is referred to as:
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1. Which of the following statements regarding OJT trainers is true?

A) OJT trainers must be currently doing the job to be effective.

B) OJT trainers must be motivated to be trainers.

C) OJT trainers must be the most competent and highest performers.

D) OJT trainers do not need to understand training how to train, just how to do the job effectively.

 

 

2. What is the least expensive and best alternative if you only have a few employees to be trained?

A) Hiring a consultant

B) Purchasing a pre‑packaged program

C) Implementing and designing your own training program

D) Sending trainees to outside seminars

E) Waiting until you have enough employees who require training, then hiring a consultant

 

3. A _____ is the “first test” of new material designed to be in a training program.

A) Pilot program

B) Dry run

C) Development

D) Primary run

 

E) The difference between a dry run and a pilot program is

a. Trainees are at the pilot program to be trained.

b. The dry run is always the whole training program whereas the pilot does not have to be.

c. A pilot is a “first test” whereas the dry run is the “second test.”

d. The main objective of the dry run is to provide trainees with relevant training whereas the pilot program is concerned only with the effectiveness of training.

e. All of the above.

F) Which of the following are the “process” part of the implementation phase of the training model?

A) Pilot program

B) Dry run

C) Transfer of training

D) Both A & B

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