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1. the understanding, prediction, and management of human behavior in organizations is referred to as
______________.
a. Organizational design
b. Organizational development
c. Organizational behavior
d. Organizational culture
Ans: C
2.All managers play the role of hiring, training, motivating, and disciplining employees. This role may be
termed as
a. Figurehead role
b. Leadership role
c. Liaison role
d. None of the above
Ans: B
3.A manager interacting with individuals are groups inside or outside the organization performs the role
of a __________.
a. Leader
b. Figurehead
c. Liaison
d. Ambassador
Ans: C
4. Mnagers have to play several roles while performing their duty. One of these roles, called the
interpersonal role, depends on the extent of interpersonal relationships involved. The interpersonal
roles of a manager include:
i. Liaison role
ii. Decision role
iii. Figurehead role
iv. Informational role
Ans:
5.mohan is the most senior manager in an MNC. He represents the organization during interactions with
the press, clients, and business partners. In this case, Prakash performs the_____role.
a. Disseminator
b. Spokesperson
c. Figurehead
d. Leadership
Ans:
6.Managers have to play four roles, which involve making choices in the role of an entrepreneur, a
manger
a. Seeks to improve an organizations performance by initiating new projects and monitoring progress
b. Responds to unforeseen problems
c. Is responsible for allocating human, physical, and capital resources to various departments of the
organization
d. Discusses issues and bargains with employees or other divisions for the benefit of the entire
organization or a particular division
Ans;
7. Mintzberg classified management roles into three categories depending on the extent of the
interpersonal relationships, transfer of information , and decision-making involved. Match the
following management roles within these categories, with their respective characteristics.
Management Roles
Monitor role

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Entrepreneurial role
Figurehead role
Characteristics
p. Involves performing certain symbolic and ceremonial duties as head of a group.
q. Involves attempting to improve an organizations performance by initiating new projects and
monitoring their progress.
r. Involves collecting information about the prevailing terms and conditions of employment,
technological developments, the taste and preferences of the public, and the plans/strategies of
competitors.
a. i/p,ii/q,iii/r
b. i/q,ii/p,iii/r
c. i/r,ii/q,iii/p
d. i/p,ii/r,iii/q
8. The skills a manger has in the areas of operations research, personnel management, information
systems, and marketing systems, and marketing are termed____________
a) Technical skills
b) conceptual skills
c) Human skills
d) Analytical skills
9. which of the following approaches is widely applied in the field of organizational behavior and used
mostly in the analysis of perception, personality and attitude, motivation, and goal setting?
a) Behavioristic approach
b) Social learning approach
c) cognitive approach
d) All of the above
Ans: C
10. _________is a field of study that is relevant to organizational behavior in terms of social perception
and social learning. It attempts to understand the behavior of people in society and to find the
rationale behind it.
a) Cognitive frame work
b) Behavioristic theory
c) Social cognition
d) Organization theory
Ans: C
11. In the social learning approach to organizational behavior, which is considered the most appropriate
unit of analysis?
a) Behavior
b) People
c) Environment
d) Both a and b
Ans: A
12. Albert Bandura defined ________as a continuous reciprocal interaction among cognitive, behavioral,
and environmental determinants.
a) Culture
b) Behavior
c) Stimulus
d) Learning
Ans: B

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13. The social learning concept that incorporates the cognitive and behavioristic approaches is the most
appropriate conceptual model of organizational behavior (OB). The OB model based on social
learning is known as the
a) SCOB model
b) COBS model
c) SOBC model
d) CSOB model
14. The organizational behavior model based on social learning is known as the SOBC model. In this
model, the letter O denotes
a) Organization
b) Organ
c) Organism
d) None of the above
Ans: C
15. Environmental variables in the SOBC model of organizational behavior are
i. Stimulus (s)
ii. Consequence (C)
iii.Organism (O)
iv.Behavior (B)
Only I and ii
Only I, ii, and iii
Only ii and iv
Only iii and iv
16. _______refers to the heterogeneity of employees in organization in terms of gender, race, and
ethnicity.
Globalization
Workspace diversity
Cosmopolitanism
Secularism
Ans: B
17. Identify the methods used for improving quality and productivity in organizations.
a) Total Quality Management
b) Reengineering
c) Cognition
d) Both a and b
18. The second generation of the information age is characterized by all of these expect
a) Advanced electronic communications systems
b) Simple automated data processing
c) Information super highway
d) Advanced decision-making capabilities
Ans: D
19. In the ________model of organizational behavior, employees cease to depend on managers, but their
dependence on the organization increases.
a) Custodial
b) Supportive
c) Collegial
d) Autocratic
Ans: A
20. Which among the following models of organizational behavior is an extension of the supportive
model?

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a) Lewins three-step model
b) Collegial model
c) Autocratic model
d) Porter-Lawler model
Ans: B
21. Behavioral science considers the influence of various elements of the complex external environment
on peoples behavior. Identify the element which is not among these.
a) Social systems
b) Economical systems
c) Technical systems
d) Psychological systems
Ans:D
22. _________refers to act of motivating people in organizational settings to develop teamwork which
accomplishes individual as well as organizational goals effectively.
a) Cognition
b) Psychology
c) Human relation
d) Organizational development
Ans: C
23. ________ is known as the father of scientific management According to him specific scientific
methods could help people perform their jobs effectively and efficiently.
a) Elton Mayo
b) Fredrick W. Taylor
c) S.G. Huneryager
d) Fred Luthans
Ans: B
24. During the early stages of the industrial revolution, the conditions of workers showed no signs of
improvement. However, the first half of the twentieth century was marked by the development of
concepts like
a) Paternalism
b) Welfare management
c) Quality circles
d) Both a and b
25. Identify the organization that were established for the purpose of interdisciplinary research studies on
the social and psychological problems of industrial workers.
i. Ahmedabad Textile Industries Research Association (ATRIA)
ii. South Indian Textiles Research Association (SITRA)
iii.Shri Ram Center for Industrial Relations (SRC)
IV.Indian Institute of Mnagement, Calcutta (IIMC)
Only I, ii, and iii
Only I, ii and iv
Only I, iii, and iv
Only ii, iii, and iv
26. With regard to the behavior of individuals at work, Douglas Mc Gregor formulated two sets of
assumptions. These assumptions are called
i. Theory X
ii. Theory Y
iii.Cognitive theories
iv.Social learning theory
Only I and ii

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Only I, iii and iv
Only ii, iii and iv
Only iii and iv
Ans: A
27.Employess are basically lazy and they dislike work. This is the assumption of
a) Theory X
b) Theory Y
c) Theory Z
d) Both a and b
Ans: A
28. The assumptions of Theory X, which serve as the basis for most organizational principles, have given
rise to
a) Tough management practices
b) Soft management practices
c) Theory Z
d) Both a and b
Ans:D
29. According to Theory X, the tough methods used to improve employee performance are depicted as:
a) The stick
b) Punishment
c) Pay cut
d) Disincentives
Ans: A
30. Job enrichment can be defined as
a) an individual general attitude towards his/her job
b) the extent to which a person identifies psychologically with his/her job.
c) the vertical expansion of jobs which increases the planning execution and evaluation of his/her work.
d) an employees satisfaction with a particular organization and its goals.
Ans: C
31. Major players in the IT industry like IBM, intel, and HP, also known as Theory Z organizations, have
adopted which style of management?
a) American
b) Japanese
c) French
d) Combination of a and b
Ans: D
32. The theory Z organization were
a) American by origin, but both American and Japanese in their business operations
b) Japanese by origin, but both American and Japanese in their business operations
c) American by origin, but Japanese in their business operations
d) Japanese by origin, but American in their business operations
Ans: A
33. In the ________management style, employees are provided employment until they retire at the age of
55
a) American
b) Japanese
c) Indian
d) None of the above
Ans: B

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34. Organizations can either follow a centralized or decentralized approach in making decisions. What is
the main feature of a centralized management system?
a) the power of decision making rests with the top management
b) the power of decision-making is distributed among different individuals at various levels in the
organization
c) There are innumerable rules, regulations, and standard operating procedures
d) Rules and procedures are flexible
Ans: A
35. According to Charles Darwins theory of evolution, human beings evolved just like other animals.
The theory, in turn, opened up a new area of study called
a) Sociobiology
b) History
c) Anthropology
d) Economics
Ans: A
36. _________deals with the biological basis of all forms of social behavior in all organisms, including
human beings.
a) Sociology
b) Sociobiology
c) Social psychology
d) Anthropology
Ans: B
37. According to social biologists, many dimensions of human social behavior have biological roots. This
is reflected in human characteristics (s) like
a) Living in groups
b) Parental love
c) Aggressiveness
d) All of the above
Ans: D
38. Expect ______ , the others are all external factors that influence human behavior.
a) Environment
b) Situations
c) Instincts
d) Behavior of other individuals
Ans: C
39. ________refers to the involuntary actions performed by a person without considering the
consequences.
a) Instinct
b) Thought
c) Trait
d) Belief
Ans: A
40. _________is an internal factor that causes individuals to display certain types of behavior like anger,
frustration, love or hatred.
a) Cognition
b) Instinct
c) Personality
d) Thought process
Ans: B
41. Which of the following models represent the views of behaviorists?

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a) S-R Model
b) R-S Model
c) S-O-R Model
d) A-B-C Model
Ans: A
42. Human beings generally differ in many ways. Which of the following processes is basically similar in
most people?
a) Perception
b) Learning
c) Behavior
d) Motivation
Ans: B
43. ______can be termed as a relatively permanent change that occurs in a persons beliefs and attitudes
with time and experience.
a) Behavior
b) Perception
c) Personality
d) Learning
Ans: D
44. ________determines the behavior of individuals, workgroups, and affects the overall performance of
the organization
a) Perception
b) Attitude
c) Belief
d) Skill
Ans: B
45. Associative learning and instrumental are two process involved in
a) Formal learning
b) Informal learning
c) Cultural learning
d) Social learning
Ans: B
46. Which of the following types of learning help in learning attitudes?
a) Operant learning
b) Instrumental learning
c) Associative learning
d) Haphazard learning
Ans: C
47. The learning that happens when a neutral stimulus is combined with another stimulus that produces a
strong reaction is called_____
a) Associative learning
b) Instrumental learning
c) Social learning
d) Operant conditional learning
Ans: A
48. In associative learning, what is the stimulus that brings a strong reaction called?
a) Conditioned stimulus
b) Operant stimulus
c) Unconditional stimulus
d) Neutral stimulus

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Ans: C
49. Which of the following involves reinforcement and punishment?
a) Social learning
b) Cognitive learning
c) associative learning
d) instrumental learning
Ans: D
50. behaviorists consider repetitive behavior as the result of
a) termination
b) Punishment
c) Reinforcement
d) All of the above
Ans: C

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