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Organizational Behavior Improving Performance And Commitment in the Workplace 5th Edition By Jason Colquitt – Test Bank

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Organizational Behavior Improving Performance And Commitment in the Workplace 5th Edition By Jason Colquitt – Test Bank

Chapter 11
Teams: Characteristics and Diversity

True / False Questions

1. A team consists of two or more people who work independently over some time period to accomplish common goals related to some task-oriented purpose.

True False

2. Work teams are designed to be relatively permanent.

True False

3. Management teams are formed to take on “one-time” tasks that are generally complex.

True False

4. A football team is an example of an action team.

True False

5. On a highly self-managed team, there are strict rules regarding goals, procedures, and roles.

True False

6. High levels of self-management may be most advantageous for teams where members have high levels of team-relevant knowledge obtained from outside experts and others in their social networks.

True False

7. In the storming stage of team development, feelings of solidarity develop as members work toward team goals.

True False

8. The sequence of forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning applies to the development of all teams.

True False

9. With pooled interdependence, group members complete their work assignments independently, and then this work is simply “piled up” to represent the group’s output.

True False

10. Jan works on the budget team. Members include the bookkeeper who tracks the daily expenditures and revenues of the company; the accountant who takes the bookkeeper’s work and organizes it into financial statements, including the cash flow statement, the income statement, and the balance sheet; and the analyst who interprets the financial statements. Once these three tasks have been accomplished, Jan prepares and presents the results to top management. Jan’s team engages in reciprocal interdependence.

True False

11. In sequential interdependence, the member performing the task in the latter part of the sequence depends on the member performing the task in the earlier part of the sequence, but not the other way around.

True False

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