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EOPA JustinMcCrary1

Three traits common to leaders 1) Drive to achieve 2) Motivated to lead 3) Integrity
Define and explain the “anchoring” in the context of making decisions The anchoring effect refers to the adjustment a decision maker carries out based on information presented to him.
What are the Hawthorne Studies? Researchers found that choosing their own coworkers, working as a group, being treated as special and having a sympathetic supervisor were reasons for increases in worker productivity
Vision an encompassing explanation of why the organization exists and where it's trying to head
One of the by-products of this study has demonstrated that an employee’s attitude toward a job matters and that a sense of participation in the organization matters. Hawthorne Study
A graphical chart that identifies tasks and deadlines in order to complete a project as a whole is best described as Gantt Chart
The most efficient form of organization according to Max Weber Bureaucracy
List the steps of the decision making process Step 1: Identify the problem Step 2: Seek Information Step 3: Brainstorm Solutions Step 4: Choose Alternative Step 5: Implement Plan Step 6: Evaluate Outcome
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