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Organization Theory And Design 12th Edition by Richard L. Daft – Test Bank

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Organization Theory And Design 12th Edition by Richard L. Daft – Test Bank

Chapter 07

1. An organization’s _____ is the work process that is directly related to the organization’s mission.
a. core technology
b. mediating technology
c. long-linked technology
d. noncore technology
ANSWER: a
RATIONALE: Feedback: An organization’s core technology is the work process that is directly related to the organization’s mission, such as teaching in a high school, medical services in a health clinic, or manufacturing at American Axle & Manufacturing (AAM).
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-01 – 07-01
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Analytic
TOPICS: Core Organization Manufacturing Technology
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

2. Teaching in a high school and medical services in a health clinic are referred to as an organization’s _____ technology.
a. technical
b. Core
c. Craft
d. reciprocal
ANSWER: b
RATIONALE: Feedback: Teaching in a high school and medical services in a health clinic are referred to as an organization’s core technology. An organization’s core technology is the work process that is directly related to the organization’s mission
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-01 – 07-01
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Analytic
TOPICS: Core Organization Manufacturing Technology
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand

3. Which one of the following basic technology groups relies heavily on the human operator and is not highly mechanized?
a. Large-batch production
b. Assembly line production
c. Continuous-process production
d. Small-batch production
ANSWER: d
RATIONALE: Feedback: Small-batch production relies heavily on the human operator; it is thus not highly mechanized.
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-03 – 07-03
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Analytic
TOPICS: Core Organization Manufacturing Technology
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

4. _____ is a manufacturing process characterized by long production runs of standardized parts, and output often goes into inventory from which orders are filled because customers do not have special needs.
a. Continuous-process production
b. Unit production
c. Large-batch production
d. Small-batch production
ANSWER: c
RATIONALE: Feedback: Large-batch production is a manufacturing process characterized by long production runs of standardized parts. Output often goes into inventory from which orders are filled because customers do not have special needs.
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-03 – 07-03
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Analytic
TOPICS: Core Organization Manufacturing Technology
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

5. Chemical plants, oil refineries, liquor producers, pharmaceuticals, and nuclear power plants are examples of _____.
a. unit production
b. mass production
c. large-batch production
d. continuous-process production
ANSWER: d
RATIONALE: Feedback: Chemical plants, oil refineries, liquor producers, pharmaceuticals, and nuclear power plants are examples of continuous-process production.
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-03 – 07-03
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Analytic
TOPICS: Core Organization Manufacturing Technology
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand

6. Which of the following links together manufacturing components that previously stood alone?
a. Unit production systems
b. Flexible manufacturing systems
c. Subtractive manufacturing systems
d. Rigid production systems
ANSWER: b
RATIONALE: Feedback: Also called digital factories, computer-integrated manufacturing, flexible manufacturing systems, advanced manufacturing technology, or agile manufacturing, smart factories link manufacturing components that previously stood alone.
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-04 – 07-04
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Analytic
TOPICS: Contemporary Applications
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Understand

7. In the _____ component of a smart factory, computers are used to assist in the drafting, creation, and engineering of new parts.
a. manufacturing processes management
b. computer-aided manufacturing
c. computer-aided design
d. product life cycle management
ANSWER: c
RATIONALE: Feedback: In the computer-aided design component of a smart factory, computers are used to assist in the drafting, design, and engineering of new parts.
POINTS: 1
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ORGT.DAFT.16.07-04 – 07-04
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States – AACSB: Technology
TOPICS: Contemporary Application
KEYWORDS: Bloom’s: Remember

 

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