Controlling in Organizations: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Employee observation involve:

Question 2 2. Monitoring employee emails is a:

Question 3 3. Market research:

Question 4 4. Performance limitations are:

Question 5 5. An example of Concurrent Controls is:

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Question 6 6. Surveys and questionnaires are:

Question 7 7. Experiments are:

Question 8 8. Pete manages employees who coordinate training programs. He wants registrants to receive notification of a training program cancellation due to low enrollment within two weeks of the start date. After a warning and a period of retraining, one of Pete's employees, Ralph, is still notifying attendees under the two-week mark. Pete has decided to give Ralph a final written warning and let him know that if he does not improve this could lead to his termination. Which step of the controlling process is this an example of?

Question 9 9. An income statement is a financial document that covers what period(s) of time?

Question 10 10. A bottom-up budget:

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Question 11 11. Rating scales are:

Question 12 12. Flexible budgeting:

Question 13 13. A Narrative Appraisal:

Question 14 14. Top-down budgeting:

Question 15 15. A balance sheet formula is:

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Question 16 16. The 360 Degree Appraisals:

Question 17 17. Financial ratios:

Question 18 18. Marketing controls:

Question 19 19. Financial controls are:

Question 20 20. Feedback occurs:

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Question 21 21. Behavioral limitations mean:

Question 22 22. Zero-based budgeting:

Question 23 23. Discipline policies generally:

Question 24 24. Controlling is the fourth step in a larger management process that involves which of the following?

Question 25 25. Financial audits are done for the purpose of:

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Question 26 26. Observations are:

Question 27 27. An employee drug test is best described as an example of:

Question 28 28. Heath risks in computer controls involve:

Question 29 29. Which of the following elements is NOT involved in the controlling process?

Question 30 30. Why is it imperative for managers to develop a tool for collecting data for each employee goal?

Controlling in Organizations: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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