Test: Organising - 2


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QUESTION: 1

Right of an individual to command his subordinates is ______________

Solution:

Authority is the right or power assigned to an executive or a manager in order to achieve certain organizational objectives.

It indicates the right and power of making decisions, giving orders and instructions to subordinates. Authority is delegated from above but must be accepted from below i.e. by the subordinates. In other words, authority flows downwards.

QUESTION: 2

Properly perform the assigned duty, is ___________

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In philosophy, moral responsibility is the status of morally deserving praise, blame, reward, or punishment for an act or omission, in accordance with one's moral obligations. Deciding what counts as "morally obligatory" is a principal concern of ethics.

QUESTION: 3

Under Accountability a person is answerable for the ___________

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QUESTION: 4

___________ cannot be entirely delegated

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Responsibility can not be delegated but authority and accountability can be delegated. Responsibility means the work assigned to an individual. Authority means the power to take decision. Accountability means subordinates will be answerable for the non-completion of the task. Accountability can not be passed or delegated.

QUESTION: 5

It flows downwards, superior to subordinate __

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QUESTION: 6

What is the first step in organising process?

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Process of Organising – Determination of Objectives, Division of Activities, Grouping of Activities, Defining Authority and Responsibility, Reviewing and Reorganising.
So, the first step of the process of organizing is Determination of Objectives: Organisation is established for some objective. Overall tasks or activities of the organisation are determined to achieve this goal.

QUESTION: 7

What is the last step in organising process?

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Establishing reporting relationship is the final step as in the end all the reports are submitted and charts and manuals are prepared for better and efficient running of the organization.

QUESTION: 8

Product Specialisation is concerned with_____________

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QUESTION: 9

Formal organisation is directed by __________

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The formal organisation structure concentrates on the jobs to be performed. It, therefore, makes everybody responsible for a given task. A formal organisation is bound by rules, regulations and procedures. It thus ensures law and order in the organisation. The organisation structure enables the people of the organisation to work together for accomplishing the common objectives of the enterprise

QUESTION: 10

Nature of informal organisation is _______________________.

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Informal organization are opposite of formal organization. They represent non-planned, unofficial, social interactions amongst people working in formal structures. They arise out of common interests of people.

QUESTION: 11

Authority, Responsibility and Accountability are the elements of ______________

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Delegation is the assignment of any responsibility or authority to another person to carry out specific activities. It is one of the core concepts of management leadership. However, the person who delegated the work remains accountable for the outcome of the delegated work.

QUESTION: 12

The possibilities of inadequate profits or even losses due to uncertainties are known as ____________

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QUESTION: 13

Which of the following is arises from the responsibility?

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Being accountable means being ultimately answerable for your actions. You’ll only be accountable when there is a responsibility given to you. So, we can say accountability arises from responsibility.

QUESTION: 14

Which of the following is arises from delegation of authority?

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Responsibility means state of being accountable or answerable for any obligation. Authority and responsibility are closely related and this principle states that these two must go hand in hand. It means that proper authority should be delegated to meet the responsibilities.

QUESTION: 15

Organisation establishes relationship between

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QUESTION: 16

Meaning of authority is__________________

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QUESTION: 17

Freedom to take own decision is _____________

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Decentralisation is the spread of power from central to local branches. Main authorities gave some power to their subordinates so that the subordinates are also able to take decisions on their own for the firm.In short they have freedom to take decisions.

QUESTION: 18

Authority delegated to a subordinate can be taken back under __________

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QUESTION: 19

_________ is helpful in increasing the role of the subordinates in the organisation

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Decentralization will lead to hand over the powers to the subordinate.This will give them to make their most participation in the organisation by contributing their performance of given works.

QUESTION: 20

___________ is helpful in reducing the burden of the manager

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In the process of delegation, the managers are allowed to share their responsibilities and work with the subordinates which help the managers to reduce their work load. With the process of delegation, the managers can pass all their routine work to the subordinates and concentrate on important work. Without delegation, managers will be overburdened with the work.

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