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Robbins, Mary Coulter https: Administracion Stephen Robbinson – Mary Coulter 8va. Management Information Systems 12th Edition. Marketing Management Test Bank. Conceptual 2 Managers with an ethnocentric attitude do not trust foreign employees with key decisions or technology.
Multicultural and Diversity Understanding Ch. Conceptual 3 Managers with a polycentric attitude tend to view every foreign operation as mar and hard to understand.
Conceptual 4 The polycentric attitude is a world-oriented view focusing on using the best approaches and people from around the globe. Conceptual 5 Norway is a member of the European Union.
Dynamics of the Global Economy Ch. Conceptual 6 When the twelve original members formed the European union inthe primary motivation was to reassert the region’s economic position against the United States and Japan.
Conceptual 7 Solidarity in the European Union is being undermined by protectionist pressures in some member countries. Conceptual 9 Mercosur is a trading group made up of 10 South American countries.
Conceptual 10 A transnational organization reflects an ethnocentric attitude. Identify the fundamental concepts and issues of international business and management; Discuss factors influencing organizational structure decisions AACSB: Conceptual 11 Managers who want to get into a global market with minimal investment start with global sourcing.
Conceptual 12 The process of exporting involves acquiring products made abroad and selling them domestically.
Conceptual 13 Licensing and franchising are similar approaches involving one organization giving another organization the right to use adminjstracion brand name, technology, or product specifications in return for a lump sum payment or a fee usually based on sales.
Conceptual 14 Licensing is primarily used by service organizations and franchising is primarily used by manufacturing organizations.
Conceptual 15 Strategic alliance is a partnership between an organization and a foreign company partner or partners in which both share resources and knowledge in developing new products or building production facilities.
Describe the components of the management environment; Identify the fundamental concepts and issues of international business and management AACSB: Identify the fundamental concepts and issues of international business and management; Identify the different types of decisions managers make and discuss how they make decisions AACSB: Conceptual 18 Mexico is an example of a Collectivistic nation. Conceptual 19 The United States is an example of a country with low power distance.
Conceptual 20 A high uncertainty avoidance society is threatened by ambiguity and experiences high levels of anxiety.
Conceptual 21 A global mind-set refers to attributes that allow a leader to be effective in cross-cultural environments. Describe the roles of managers and the skills they need to succeed within an organization; Identify the fundamental concepts and issues of international business and management AACSB: A parochialism B ethnocentrism C polycentrism D geocentrism Answer: A think highly of the foreign country in which the organization is doing business B focus on best approaches and people from around the globe C view the world solely through one’s own eyes and perspectives D let employees in the host country figure out how best to do things Answer: Conceptual 24 Bill Sanderson, a manager in a manufacturing firm in New York has a tendency to view the world only through his U.
Shining resonance refrain crack. What can be deduced about his attitude? A He has an elitist attitude.
B He has a polycentric attitude. C He has a parochialistic attitude. D He has a geocentric attitude.
A prompts managers amry have a global view and look for the best approaches and people regardless of origin. B is the belief that the home country has the best work approaches and practices C is the view that employees in the host country know the best work approaches and practices D gives a manager a much broader understanding of what it takes to manage in a global environment Answer: A multicultural B multiracial C ethnocentric D geocentric Answer: A geocentric B acculturated C multilinguistic D ethnocentric Answer: A geocentric B polycentric C ethnocentric D regiocentric Answer: A ethnocentric B polycentric C geocentric D regiocentric Answer: A ethnocentric B parochial C bigoted D geocentric Answer: Conceptual 31 Which of the following countries is a member of the European Union?
A krone B krona C pound D euro Answer: Conceptual 34 What is the primary reason that the intensifying economic crisis in Europe threatens to impact the decisions of global managers in the United States and throughout the world? A The massive debt in Greece has caused Europe to slide into a new recession. B New measures by the European Commission to oversee banks and to monitor national budgets have been met with resistance by euro zone members. C The euro zone is a larger economic unit than the United States or China and is a major source of world demand for goods and services.