Test Preparation on UGC NET Management Question Bank-7
One who passes unfavourable informationabout his colleagues to the superior iscalled
In which of the following respects does theHuman Relations theory differ from theClassical theory?
What may be called the starting points ofthe Human Relations theory?
The Human Relations theory has beencriticised on the ground that
The informal group acted
Following observations have been Maderegarding the formal and informalorganisations.(a) The informal aspects of organisationbeing inevitable(b) The formal and informal organisationmay or may not be subversive in thesense that it resists and serves to thwartmanagement objectives. (c) A management institution in which themain outlines of formal and Informalorganisation coincide is a healthy andhappy one.(d) The formal and informal organisationmay or may not be identical.
Focus on social environment is related to-
Who is the author of Management andMoral?
Behavioural approach in the study oforganisation means:-
The characteristic features of behaviouralapproach are:-(a) It considers human beings basicallylazy(b) It attempts to study human behaviour inorganisations rather than some abstractprinciples.(c) It lays more emphasis on what actuallyhappens rather than what shouldhappenSelect the correct answer:-
Behavioural approach deals with which ofthe following?
Theory of Need Hierarchies has beenpropounded by
Hierarchy has been described as ?ScalarProcess? by
The most dominant theory in the field oforganisation is
The principal advantage of scalarorganisation is the delay inevitably causedin the disposal of
?Hierarchy consists in the universalapplication of the superior sub-ordinaterelationship through a number of levels ofresponsibility reaching from the top to thebottom of the structure?.The above mentioned statement was madeby
In the hierarchical form of organisation theline of control from top downwardsproceeds along the functional lines. This isknown as
Hierarchy is the simplest of theorganisation charts. It is
The hierarchical form of organisation isalso known as scalar chain organisationbecause
The main features of hierarchical form oforganisation(a) The administrative function of theorganisation is divided into successivelevels of units and sub-units(b) The units are organised in the form of apyramid row at the top and broad at thebottom.(c) The units function independently ofeach other