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·         Question 1

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a step in the employment process?

·         Question 2

2 out of 2 points

_____           tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant’s physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities.

·         Question 3

2 out of 2 points

All HR managers participate in the following activities EXCEPT

·         Question 4

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a reason performance appraisals are important to HR managers?

·         Question 5

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT an example of a BFOQ ?

·         Question 6

2 out of 2 points

The  ____     is responsible for conducting EEOC enforcement litigation under the Title VII of the Civil
Rights act of 1964.

·         Question 7

2 out of 2 points

Studies report that _____ of all resumes contain some lies.

·         Question 8

2 out of 2 points

The planning process includes job analysis,    , and job specification.

·         Question 9

2 out of 2 points

is the practice of building a pool of qualified job candidates

·         Question 10

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is an example of an advantage of external recruiting?

·         Question 11

2 out of 2 points

When determining what type of transportation to use, managers need to consider

·         Question 12

2 out of 2 points

The tool/process that translates customer requirements into an appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design is 

·         Question 13

2 out of 2 points

In the concept development stage of product development ideas for a new product are gathered from all types of sources.

·         Question 14

2 out of 2 points

Motorola is created with the development of  _____               to improve customer satisfaction, decrease product defects and increase efficiency and effectiveness.

·         Question 15

2 out of 2 points

A manager who assist with the collection of information and analysis would have a 

·         Question 16

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make?

·         Question 17

2 out of 2 points

Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix?

·         Question 18

2 out of 2 points

According to a review on projects, _____       were considered successful.

·         Question 19

2 out of 2 points

An organization’s operations are the production of its goods and services.

·         Question 20

2 out of 2 points

The foundational  necessity for TQM is that all parts made, not supplied, meet mandatory quality standards.

·         Question 21

20 out of 20 points

Match the following

o     

Selected Match

I. 

When an organization looks to fill available jobs with current or internal employees.

B. 

Includes base compensation, pay incentives, and benefits.

F. 

When an individual choose a career as a lifetime profession.

H. 

The process of establishing programs or procedures to implement HR strategies.

J. 

Describes the minimum characteristics and qualifications to per- form a job.

C. 

Aligns the strategies of the human resources function with the mission, goals, and objectives of the organization.

A. 

Is conducted at the employee’s worksite and is monitored by a supervisor or senior employee.

G. 

Focuses on hypothetical situations.

D. 

Includes classroom training with live instructors, online videos, or workbooks.

E. 

The final stage of the human resource implementation strategy where evaluation of policies, programs, and activities occurs.

·         Question 22

20 out of 20 points

Match the following

o     

Selected Match

D. 

Automation with a human touch.

J. 

A system of continuous improvement where waste is eliminated at minimal cost.

B. 

A problem solving process that has adapted the principles of Scientific Management to process improvement.

E. 

The practice of intentionally exceeding the scope of a project.

I. 

A process that produces below 3.4 defects per million opportunities.

F. 

The key control for JIT production.

C. 

A cycle of continuous improvement that is based upon the work of W. Edwards Deming that seeks to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

H. 

Also means “waste”.

A. 

Program Evaluation and Review Technique that represents and analyzes tasks involved in a project.

G. 

The four stages of a product defined as introduction, growth, maturity, and decline.

·         Question 23

10 out of 10 points

From your reading of Titus 1:4-5, Ephesians 4:11 and I Corinthians 12 provide specific examples of the wisdom the authors had regarding employee recruitment and selection? Relate to specific topics in Chapter 7.

·         Question 24

10 out of 10 points

From your reading in Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, discuss the specific wisdom that this verse imparts regarding successful operations management? Provide at least 3 specific examples from Chapter 8 of the text.

 

Question 1

_____ tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant’s physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities.

Question 2

The planning process includes job analysis, , and job specification.

Question 3

Employee training involves educating employees so that they are prepared for their future within the organization.

Question 4

If an applicant is asked to manipulate data in an Excel file or write a simple code, then the applicant is performing a(n)

Question 5

Recruitment requires

Question 6

The third step in the strategic humanresource implementation strategy is

Question 7

All of the following are organizational factors that influence the level of compensation and benefits offered by an organization EXCEPT

Question 8

All structured interviews should have questions that

Question 9

The ____ is responsible for conducting EEOC enforcement litigation under the Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964.

Question 10

The three elements of employee compensation are

Question 11

Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix?

Question 12

When determining what type of transportation to use, managers need to consider

Question 13

Four Six Sigma is considered

Question 14

DMAIC stands for:

Question 15

An organization’s operations are the production of its goods and services.

Question 16

In the concept development stage of product development ideas for a new product are gathered from all types of sources.

Question 17

The goal of the effective supply chain management is to

Question 18

Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make?

Question 19

Which of the following is NOT one of the 5 steps in the DMAIC process?

Question 20

Which of the following is NOT a type of inventory?

Question 23

From your reading of Titus 1:45, Ephesians 4:11 and I Corinthians 12 provide specific examples of the wisdom the authors had regarding employee recruitment and selection? Relate to specific topics in Chapter 7.

Question 24

From your reading in Psalm 127:1, what should be the motivation of the believer in any project as discussed in Chapter 8? Provide specific examples from Chapter 8 of the text.

 

Question 1 A hostile work environment exists when an employee experiences workplace harassment that includes an offensive, intimidating, or jovial atmosphere, created by an individual in the workplace.

Question 2 All HR managers participate in the following activities EXCEPT

Question 3 All of the following are organizational factors that influence the level of compensation and benefits offered by an organization EXCEPT

Question 4 The three elements of employee compensation are

Question 5 Compensation affects an individual

Question 6 Which of the following is NOT a reason performance appraisals are important to HR managers?

Question 7 Which of the following are the types of employee career paths?

Question 8 Which of the following is NOT an example of a BFOQ ?

Question 9 The planning process includes job analysis, , and job specification.

Question 10 Recruitment requires

Question 11 Which of the following is NOT one of the steps in Kotter’s change model?

Question 12 Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix?

Question 13 Which of the following is NOT one of the 5 steps in the DMAIC process?

Question 14 Operations Management must consider the ______ , development, and utilization of resources

Question 15 Which of the following is NOT an aspect in the design of goods and services?

Question 16 When determining what type of transportation to use, managers need to consider

Question 17 In the growth phase of the product life cycle, a product

Question 18 Four Six Sigma is considered

Question 19 The foundational necessity for TQM is that all parts made, not supplied, meet mandatory quality standards.

Question 20 ____ is the least expensive mode of transportation

Question 21 Match the following Question Selected Match

Individuals who provides career guidance, advice, and help.

Prohibits employers from obtaining information regarding a physical or mental disability that could interfere with a job.

Focuses on behaviors exhibited by the interviewee in the past.

Is a word found in the Bible and has been connected to mentoring efforts within organizations.

When an individual experiences different jobs that build on the previous jobs to provide a broad base of experience.

A list of responsibilities and tasks of a specific position.

Involves recruitment, selection, orientation, training, performance management, compensation, and benefits.

Can create disharmony in the workplace.

Allows for the hiring of an employee based upon race, gender, age, and national origin.

Is responsible for enforcing anti­discrimination laws.

Question 22 Match the following Question Selected Match

Also referred to as lean manufacturing.

Is temporary, has a defined beginning and ending, is timeconstrained, and has constraints on funding.

Low cost, highly reliable devices to stop process in order to prevent the production of defective parts.

A visual control that displays the current state of work.

Translates customer requirements into appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design.

Project constraints in terms of time, cost, and scope.

The stage of project management where aspects of the project, costs, and timelines, and quality are monitored.

When an organization turns raw materials into products when are then made available to customers.

The oversight of all the activities that are involved in providing the end user with a good or service.

Where each process produces only what is needed by the next process in the continuous flow.

 

When an organization looks to fill available jobs with current or internal employees.

Includes base compensation, pay incentives, and benefits.

When an individual choose a career as a lifetime profession.

The process of establishing programs or procedures to implement HR strategies.

Describes the minimum characteristics and qualifications to per- form a job.

Aligns the strategies of the human resources function with the mission, goals, and objectives of the organization.

Is conducted at the employee’s worksite and is monitored by a supervisor or senior employee.

Focuses on hypothetical situations.

Includes classroom training with live instructors, online videos, or workbooks.

The final stage of the human resource implementation strategy where evaluation of policies, programs, and activities occurs.

Individuals who provides career guidance, advice, and help.

Prohibits employers from obtaining information regarding a physical or mental disability that could interfere with a job.

Focuses on behaviors exhibited by the interviewee in the past.

Is a word found in the Bible and has been connected to mentoring efforts within organizations.

When an individual experiences different jobs that build on the previous jobs to provide a broad base of experience.

A list of responsibilities and tasks of a specific position.

Involves recruitment, selection, orientation, training, performance management, compensation, and benefits.

Can create disharmony in the workplace.

Allows for the hiring of an employee based upon race, gender, age, and national origin.

Is responsible for enforcing anti-discrimination laws.

 

The planning process includes job analysis, ______ and job specification.

_____ is the practice of building a pool of qualified job candidates.

A disadvantage of internal recruiting is Employees may expect promotions are based on.

Studies report that ___ of all resumes contain some lies.

If an applicant is asked to manipulate date in an Excel file or write a simple code, then the applicant is preforming a(n)

Which of the following is NOT an example of a BFOQ? A Lutheran Church janitor in..

On-the-job training might include

Employee training involves educating employees so that they are prepared for their future within the organization

Compensation affects an individual

All of the following are organizational factors that influence the level of compensation and benefits offered by an organization EXCEPT

A hostile work environment exists when an employee experiences workplace harassment that includes offensive, intimidating, or oppressive atmosphere, created by an individual in the workplace.

 

All HR managers participate in the following activities EXCEPT

The three elements of employee compensation are

A disadvantage  of internal recruiting is

Which of the following is NOT an example of a BFOQ ?

_____  tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant’s physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities.

Recruitment requires

Which of the following is NOT an example of valuing diversity in the workplace?

Employee training involves educating employees so that they are prepared for their future within the organization.

Which of the following is an example of an advantage of external recruiting?

When an electrical engineer gets promoted to engineer manager and then transitions to the director of Human Resources, the employee is considered to have taken a

Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make?

Which of the following is not an example of Muda?

The                  phase of the product life cycle is the most profitable.

The tool/process that translates customer requirements into an appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design is 

The strategies of effective supply chain management can include

According to a review on projects, _____       were considered successful.

Which of the following is NOT one of the steps in Kotter’s change model?

Six Sigma is a process that produces below  _____    defects per million opportunities

A manager who assist with the collection of information and analysis would have a

The foundational  necessity for TQM is that all parts made, not supplied, meet mandatory quality standards.

Compare I Corinthians 4:2; 14:33 and Luke 12:47. How do these passages address the stewardship of others as discussed in Chapter 7 of the text? How do they address accountability?  Provide specific examples and reference the verse in your response.

From the account in Nehemiah 2- 7, address at least 3 specific stages in project management, covered in Chapter 8 of the text, that are evident in this scripture.

 

Which of the following is NOT a step in the employment process?

Studies report that _____ of all resumes contain some lies.

Which of the following is NOT a reason performance appraisals are important to HR managers?

The planning process includes job analysis,    , and job specification.

During the     stage of implementing a human-resource strategy, an organization’s HR managers seek to promote a divers, and high-performing workforce.

contains information about the knowledge, training, education, and skills necessary for a particular job.

Which of the following should always be discussed during an effective interview?

_____ interview questions focus on hypothetical situations

The  ____     is responsible for conducting EEOC enforcement litigation under the Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964.

Which of the following are the types of employee career paths?

The third step in the strategic human-resource implementation strategy is

If an applicant is asked to manipulate data in an Excel file or write a simple code, then the applicant is performing a(n)

All structured interviews should have questions that

 

During the stage of implementing a human-resource strategy, an organization’s HR managers seek to promote a divers, and high-performing workforce

_____           tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant’s physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities

Which of the following is NOT a reason performance appraisals are important to HR managers

A disadvantage of internal recruiting is

Which of the following is NOT a step in the employment process

The third step in the strategic human-resource implementation strategy is

When an electrical engineer gets promoted to engineer manager and then transitions to the director of Human Resources, the employee is considered to have taken a

Employee training involves educating employees so that they are prepared for their future within the organization

A hostile work environment exists when an employee experiences workplace harassment that includes an offensive, intimidating, or jovial atmosphere, created by an individual in the workplace

_____ interview questions focus on hypothetical situations

The foundational necessity for TQM is that all parts made, not supplied, meet mandatory quality standards

Which of the following is NOT one of the 5 steps in the DMAIC process

The                  phase of the product life cycle is the most profitable

According to a review on projects, _____       were considered successful

Which of the following is NOT an aspect in the design of goods and services

Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix

Poor communication and lack of change control are just two reasons why a project might experience scope creep

In the growth phase of the product life cycle, a product

Which of the following is a decision made during the product development process that can lead to the failure of a new product would be

Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make

When an organization looks to fill available jobs with current or internal employees

Includes base compensation, pay incentives, and benefits

When an individual choose a career as a lifetime profession

The process of establishing programs or procedures to implement HR strategies

Describes the minimum characteristics and qualifications to per- form a job

Aligns the strategies of the human resources function with the mission, goals, and objectives of the organization

Is conducted at the employee’s worksite and is monitored by a supervisor or senior employee

Focuses on hypothetical situations

Includes classroom training with live instructors, online videos, or workbooks

The final stage of the human resource implementation strategy where evaluation of policies, programs, and activities occurs

Individuals who provides career guidance, advice, and help

Prohibits employers from obtaining information regarding a physical or mental disability that could interfere with a job

Focuses on behaviors exhibited by the interviewee in the past

Is a word found in the Bible and has been connected to mentoring efforts within organizations

When an individual experiences different jobs that build on the previous jobs to provide a broad base of experience

A list of responsibilities and tasks of a specific position

Involves recruitment, selection, orientation, training, performance management, compensation, and benefits

Can create disharmony in the workplace

Allows for the hiring of an employee based upon race, gender, age, and national origin

Is responsible for enforcing anti-discrimination laws

Also referred to as lean manufacturing

Is temporary, has a defined beginning and ending, is time- constrained, and has constraints on funding

Low cost, highly reliable devices to stop process in order to prevent the production of defective parts

A visual control that displays the current state of work

Translates customer requirements into appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design

Project constraints in terms of time, cost, and scope

The stage of project management where aspects of the project, costs, and timelines, and quality are monitored

When an organization turns raw materials into products when are then made available to customers

The oversight of all the activities that are involved in providing the end user with a good or service

Where each process produces only what is needed by the next process in the continuous flow

Automation with a human touch

A system of continuous improvement where waste is eliminated at minimal cost

A problem solving process that has adapted the principles of Scientific Management to process improvement

The practice of intentionally exceeding the scope of a project

A process that produces below 3.4 defects per million opportunities

The key control for JIT production

A cycle of continuous improvement that is based upon the work of W. Edwards Deming that seeks to ensure maximum customer satisfaction

Also means “waste”

Program Evaluation and Review Technique that represents and analyzes tasks involved in a project

The four stages of a product defined as introduction, growth, maturity, and decline

Compare I Corinthians 4:2; 14:33 and Luke 12:47. How do these passages address the stewardship of others as discussed in Chapter 7 of the text? How do they address accountability?  Provide specific examples and reference the verse in your response

From the account in Nehemiah 2- 7, address at least 3 specific stages in project management, covered in Chapter 8 of the text, that are evident in this scripture

 

Is a word found in the Bible and has been connected to mentoring efforts within organizations

Prohibits employers from obtaining information regarding a physical or mental disability that could interfere with a job.

Allows for the hiring of an employee based upon race, gender, age, and national origin

The process of establishing programs or procedures to implement HR strategies

Focuses on behaviors exhibited by the interviewee in the past

Involves recruitment, selection, orientation, training, performance management, compensation, and benefits

When an organization looks to fill available jobs with current or internal employees

A list of responsibilities and tasks of a specific position

Includes classroom training with live instructors, online videos, or workbooks

Includes base compensation, pay incentives, and benefits

Is responsible for enforcing anti-discrimination laws

Includes class training with live instructors, online videos, or workbooks

Describes the minimum characteristics and qualifications to perform a job

Can create disharmony in the workplace

Individuals who provides career guidance, advice, and help

When an individual chooses a career as a lifetime profession

Aligns the strategies of the human resources function with the mission, goals, and objectives of the organization

The final state of the human resource implementation strategy where evaluation of policies, programs and activities occurs

When an individual experiences different jobs that build on the previous jobs to provide a broad base of experience

Focuses on hypethetical situations

The Human Resource department is responsible for advising the leadership of an organization in:

All HR managers participate in the following activities EXCEPT

The planning process includes job analysis, ____, and job specification.

Which of the following is NOT a step in the employment process?

________ is the practice of building a pool of qualified job candidates.

A disadvantage of internal recruiting is

Recruitment requires

Which of the following is an example of an advantage of external recruiting?

Studies report that _____ of all resumes contain some lies.

______ tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant's physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities.

If an applicant is asked to manipulate data in an Excel file or write a simple code, then the applicant is performing a(n)

Which of the following is NOT an example of a BJOQ?

Which of the following should always be discussed during an effective interview?

All structured interviews should have questions that

______ interview questions focus on hypothetical situations

On-the-job training might include

Employee training involves educating employees so that they are prepared for their future within the organization.

The three elements of employee compensation are

Performance appraisals are important because they

Compensation affects an individual

All of the following are organizational factors that influence the level of compensation and benefits offered by an organization EXCEPT

The _____ is responsible for conducting EEOC enforcement litigation under the Title VII of the Vivil Rights act of 1964.

The third step in the strategic human-resource implementation strategy is

During the ___ stage of implementing a human-resource strategy, an organization's HR managers seek to promote a divers, and high-performing workforce.

_______ contains information about the knowledge, training, education, and skills necessary for a particular job.

Which of the following is NOT an example of valuing diversity in the workplace?

A hostile work environment exists when an employee experiences workplace harassment that includes an offensive, intimidating, or jovial atmosphere, created by an individual in the workplace.

Which of the following are the types of employee career paths?

When an electrical engineer gets promoted to engineer manager and then transitions to the director of Human Resources, the employee is considered to have taken a

When an organization turns raw materials into products when are then made available to customers

A cycle of continuous improvement that is based upon the work of W. Edwards Deming that seeks to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

"Automation with a human torch"

A visual control that displays the current state of work.

Low cost, highly reliable devices to stop process in order to prevent the production of defective parts.

The key control for JIT production

A system of continuous improvements where waste is eliminated at minimal cost.

Also means "waste"

A problem solving process that has adapted the principles of Scientific Management to process improvement

Translates customer requirements into appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design

Also referred to as lean manufacturing

The four stages of a product defined as introduction, growth, maturity, and decline

The oversight of all the activities that are involved in providing the end user with a good or service

Where each process produces only what is needed by the next process in the continuous flow

Is temporary, has a defined beginning and ending, is time-constrained, and has constraints on funding

The state of project management where aspects of the project, costs, and timelines, and quality are met

The practice of intentionally exceeding the scope of a project

Project constraints in terms of time, cost, and scope

A process that produces below 3.4 defects per million opportunities

Program Evaluation and Review Technique that represents and analyzes tasks involved in a project

An organization's operations are the production of its goods and services

Operations Management must consider _____, development, and utilization of resources.

Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make?

Which of the following is NOT a common issue experienced by those who practice operations management?

The foundational necessity for TQM is that all parts made, not supplied, meet mandatory quality standards.

Which of the following is not an example of Muda?

Providing the customer with the highest quality regardless of cost, in a timely manner with the shortest possible lead times is one of the desired outcomes of the TPS system.

Motorola is created with the development of _____ to improve customer satisfaction, decrease produce defects and increase efficiency and effectiveness

Which of the following is NOT one of the 5 steps of teh DMAIC process?

DMAIC stands for:

Six Sigma is a process that produces below _____ defects per million opportunities.

Four Six Sigma is considered _____

Which of the following is NOT one of the steps in Kotter's change model?

A manager who assist with the collection of information and analysis would have a _____

A manager who functions at the organizational and program level by developing strategic direction would have a _____

The desire to eliminate waste and improve popularity is the foundation of the Six Sigma process

Which of the following is NOT an aspect in the design of goods and services?

Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix?

The tool/process that translates customer requirements into an appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design is _____

Which of the following is a decision made during the product development process that can lead to the failure of a new product would be

In a concept development stage of product development ideas for a new product are gathered from all types of sources.

In the growth phase of the product life-cycle, a product,

The _____ phase of the product life-cycle is the most profitable.

The goal of the effective supply chain management is to

The strategies of effective supply chain management can include

Which of the following is NOT a type of inventory?

_____ is the least expensive mode of transportation

When determining what type of transportation to use, managers need to consider

According to a review on projects, _____ were considered successful.

Poor communication and lack of change control are just two reasons why a project might experience scope creep.

 

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Liberty University BUSI 310 test 4 complete solutions correct answers A+ work More than 5 different versions • Question 1 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is NOT a step in the employment process? • Question 2 2 out of 2 points _____ tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant’s physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities. • Question 3 2 out of 2 points All HR managers participate in the following activities EXCEPT • Question 4 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is NOT a reason performance appraisals are important to HR managers? • Question 5 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is NOT an example of a BFOQ ? • Question 6 2 out of 2 points The ____ is responsible for conducting EEOC enforcement litigation under the Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964. • Question 7 2 out of 2 points Studies report that _____ of all resumes contain some lies. • Question 8 2 out of 2 points The planning process includes job analysis, , and job specification. • Question 9 2 out of 2 points is the practice of building a pool of qualified job candidates • Question 10 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is an example of an advantage of external recruiting? • Question 11 2 out of 2 points When determining what type of transportation to use, managers need to consider • Question 12 2 out of 2 points The tool/process that translates customer requirements into an appropriate number of engineering targets to be met by a new product design is • Question 13 2 out of 2 points In the concept development stage of product development ideas for a new product are gathered from all types of sources. • Question 14 2 out of 2 points Motorola is created with the development of _____ to improve customer satisfaction, decrease product defects and increase efficiency and effectiveness. • Question 15 2 out of 2 points A manager who assist with the collection of information and analysis would have a • Question 16 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make? • Question 17 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix? • Question 18 2 out of 2 points According to a review on projects, _____ were considered successful. • Question 19 2 out of 2 points An organization’s operations are the production of its goods and services. • Question 20 2 out of 2 points The foundational necessity for TQM is that all parts made, not supplied, meet mandatory quality standards. • Question 21 20 out of 20 points Match the following o Selected Match I. When an organization looks to fill available jobs with current or internal employees. B. Includes base compensation, pay incentives, and benefits. F. When an individual choose a career as a lifetime profession. H. The process of establishing programs or procedures to implement HR strategies. J. Describes the minimum characteristics and qualifications to per- form a job. C. Aligns the strategies of the human resources function with the mission, goals, and objectives of the organization. A. Is conducted at the employee’s worksite and is monitored by a supervisor or senior employee. G. Focuses on hypothetical situations. D. Includes classroom training with live instructors, online videos, or workbooks. E. The final stage of the human resource implementation strategy where evaluation of policies, programs, and activities occurs. o • Question 22 20 out of 20 points Match the following o Selected Match D. Automation with a human touch. J. A system of continuous improvement where waste is eliminated at minimal cost. B. A problem solving process that has adapted the principles of Scientific Management to process improvement. E. The practice of intentionally exceeding the scope of a project. I. A process that produces below 3.4 defects per million opportunities. F. The key control for JIT production. C. A cycle of continuous improvement that is based upon the work of W. Edwards Deming that seeks to ensure maximum customer satisfaction. H. Also means “waste”. A. Program Evaluation and Review Technique that represents and analyzes tasks involved in a project. G. The four stages of a product defined as introduction, growth, maturity, and decline. o • Question 23 10 out of 10 points From your reading of Titus 1:4-5, Ephesians 4:11 and I Corinthians 12 provide specific examples of the wisdom the authors had regarding employee recruitment and selection? Relate to specific topics in Chapter 7. • Question 24 10 out of 10 points From your reading in Ecclesiastes 4:9-12, discuss the specific wisdom that this verse imparts regarding successful operations management? Provide at least 3 specific examples from Chapter 8 of the text. Question 1 _____ tests should be based upon a thorough job analysis and measure an applicant’s physical, mechanical, mental or clerical abilities. Question 2 The planning process includes job analysis, , and job specification. Question 3 Employee training involves educating employees so that they are prepared for their future within the organization. Question 4 If an applicant is asked to manipulate data in an Excel file or write a simple code, then the applicant is performing a(n) Question 5 Recruitment requires Question 6 The third step in the strategic humanresource implementation strategy is Question 7 All of the following are organizational factors that influence the level of compensation and benefits offered by an organization EXCEPT Question 8 All structured interviews should have questions that Question 9 The ____ is responsible for conducting EEOC enforcement litigation under the Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964. Question 10 The three elements of employee compensation are Question 11 Which of the following is NOT a component of the House of Quality Matrix? Question 12 When determining what type of transportation to use, managers need to consider Question 13 Four Six Sigma is considered Question 14 DMAIC stands for: Question 15 An organization’s operations are the production of its goods and services. Question 16 In the concept development stage of product development ideas for a new product are gathered from all types of sources. Question 17 The goal of the effective supply chain management is to Question 18 Which of the following is NOT a decision that operations managers would need to make? Question 19 Which of the following is NOT one of the 5 steps in the DMAIC process? Question 20 Which of the following is NOT a type of inventory? Question 23 From your reading of Titus 1:45, Ephesians 4:11 and I Corinthians 12 provide specific examples of the wisdom the authors had regarding employee recruitment and selection? Relate to specific topics in Chapter 7. Question 24 From your reading in Psalm 127:1, what should be the motivation of the believer in any project as discussed in Chapter 8? Provide specific examples from Chapter 8 of the text. Question 1 A hostile work environment exists when an employee experiences workplace harassment that includes an offensive, intimidating, or jovial atmosphere, created by an individual in the workplace. Question 2 All HR managers participate in the following activities EXCEPT Q...
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