Potential questions for Test 1

Potential questions for Test 1. One question from each chapter will be selected. Just
a reminder thatbecause you have the topics for this test, I expect that your answers
will be thorough and you will completely answer each question. You answers will be
evaluated based on this premise.
Chapter 1
1. Name the four challenges for managers that are related to change.
2. What 3 activities are involved when talking about organizational behavior. In your
own words, describe these three learning activities and provide an example of each.
Chapter # 2:
-What is the difference between consequential theory and rule-based theory.
-Name four out of the six ethical dilemmas facing the modern organization and give a
brief explanation about them.
Chapter 3
Define social perception. Describe how the five barriers to social perception interfere
with accurate perception.
Early personality researchers believed that to understand individuals, behavior must be
broken down into a series of observable traits. Define trait theory and include and
explanation of the “Big Five” personality traits.
Chapter 4
Describe the three components of the ABC attitude model. Use the World Famous Pike
Fish Market as your example.
Describe the two factors that influence ethical behavior. From there, name the three
qualities that an individual needs for ethical decision making. According to
Nelson/Quick, values also influence an individual’s ethical behaviors. Describe value
system, locus of control, Machiavellianism, and cognitive moral development, all
necessary values that influence behavior.
Chapter 5:
What are the three broad classifications of motivational theories. Provide and describe an
example of each classification?
Explain how positive and negative inequity affects the workplace..
Chapter 6
1) (essay) What are three methods in which managers can reinforce good
behavior/eliminate bad behavior? Provide examples of each.
2) (short answer) Describe both social learning theory and cognitive theories of learning?
Provide example of each.