Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour – Old Question Paper 2014 | Semester:Fall

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Old Question Paper
Year: 2014 | Semester:Fall
Pokhara University

Exam 2014 Fall

Attempt all the questions.

  1. a. What are the some of the critical behavioral issues facing today’s ¬†organizations and management? Discuss. [8]
    b. How do you comment on the “Work Force Diversity” in today’s organization? [7]
  2. a. Explain how the perception toward conflict has changed over time. Discuss the role of a leader in managing conflict.[8]
    b. Define the main components of attitudes. How does attitude lead behavior? Give an example.[7]
  3. a. Explain “Equity Theory of Motivation.” Describe its application in business.[8]
    b. Explain how perception influences our judgment. What are the various factors that influence perception?[7]
  4. a. Define group. Explain the stages of group development.[7]
    b. What is leadership? Explain briefly leadership styles. Which styles would you prefer to apply in the organization if you were the manager and why? [8]
  5. a. Why is problem solving team necessary in organization? Explain how problem solving team operates.[7]
    b. “Workforce diversity brings the conflict in an organization’. Explain statement relating with the source of conflict.[8]
  6. a. Explain organizational design. Briefly explain the common organizational design. [8]
    b. Describe different barriers to effective communication. How can you overcome these barriers in organization?[7]
  7. Write short notes on any two: [2×5=10]
    Work stress
    Current issues in communication
    OD interventions

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