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Organizational Behavior Emerging Knowledge 5th Edition by Steven McShane – Test Bank

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Organizational Behavior Emerging Knowledge 5th Edition by Steven McShane – Test Bank

Chapter 10
Power and Influence in the Workplace

True / False Questions

1. People might gain power by convincing others that they have something of value.
True False

2. Power is the act of changing another person’s attitudes and behavior.
True False

3. Power does not exist until the power holder actually applies power to influence someone else.
True False

4. Power is defined as influence in motion.
True False

5. Countervailing power refers to the power that the dominant person in a relationship uses as a backup when the primary source of power fails to work as planned on the dependent person.
True False

6. In any relationship, both parties have some degree of power over the other.
True False

7. Legitimate power is created whenever the organization assigns a supervisor formal authority over subordinates.
True False

8. Legitimate power is an agreement between people that one person has the right to request specific behaviors from the other person.
True False

9. Employees with low power distance are more likely to comply with legitimate power.
True False

10. Subordinates have reward power over their bosses through 360-degree feedback systems.
True False

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