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CS403 Final Term Paper: 8:00 A.M. 3/2/2012

40 MCQ'S
4 Question of 2 Marks
4 Question of 3 Marks
4 Question of 5 Marks

Main Topics are:
Deadlock, Views, Transactions, 
Question:- 2 Marks:
When Deadlock Occur;

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Ik 5 marks ka question tha, a deadlock occur when the one transaction read to multiple transaction or esi quesiton ka 2sra part the k Wait For Map joining k use kerty hain if both statement are true or not true brief answer in detail.

Ik 5 marks ka question tha:

If a table 1 and table 2 have same entity and the table 1 is 20 index and the table 2 14 index. then the sequential file access use these operations (Insertion, udation or selection) on both table, if the statement true or nor justify answer in detail.

Ik 5 marks ka question the:

Over flow better then Chaining if this statement true or false justify answer in detail.

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 Question:

Which of the following transformational strategies involves making major changes in the  positioning of the firm with suppliers, partners or down stream agents?

 

Reconfigure the value stream

Redefine the driving force of the business

Reconstruct the competencies of the business

Redefine the value proposition to the existing or new customers

 

Identify an element of inner context of strategic change?

 

Extent of regulation in the industry

Ownership structure of the company

Presence of influential stakeholders

Life cycle of the company

 

Ref: Pye and Pettigrew revealed important aspects of inner and outer context in another article titled,

“Studying Board Context, Process and Dynamics: Some Challenges for the Future”. For them important aspects of the outer context include: the extent of regulation in the industry in which an organization is located; its ownership structure and investor relationships with the board; the presence of other influential stakeholders e.g. lobby groups outside the organization; and the potential for mergers and acquisitions activity.

 

 

 Question

Identify the change which is associated with strategy.

 

Evolutionary

Incremental

Revolutionary

Conventional

Question No:

If a computer firm transforms itself from Memory Company to a Processor Company.

This is an example of which of the following?

 

Reconfigure the value stream

Redefine the driving force of the business

Reconstruct the competencies of the business

Redefine the value proposition to the existing or new customers

 

 

 

 

Question

Recognizing the need to change but responding in ways that have poor strategic fit with

the business refers to which of the following difficulties face by companies when they

want to be innovative?

 

Failure of perception

Inappropriate innovation

Episodic innovation

Steady state innovation

 

 

Ref: Inappropriate innovation

Recognizing the need to change but responding in ways that have poor strategic fit with the business or divert from more important ends.

Following are the components of intended strategy EXPECT:

 

Realised Strategy

Realised Strategy & Emergent Strategy

Emergent Strategy

None of the given options

 

 

Ref: Mintzberg talked in one sense about the same as of intended – realised strategy debate. The intended strategy leads to or has two components; realised and unrealised parts or strategies. The unrealised component is something which is unplanned and not envisaged by planners is also known as emergent strategy.

 

Question

Which of the following occurs in an organization principally through the competition of scarce resources?

 

Variation

Selection

Retention

Deviation

Question

Identify the reason due to which strategic change is likely to be more successful in the circumstances of incremental change.

 

It is forcefully implemented

It is owned by the senior manager

It is internalized and owned by those who will implement it

Question No:

 

How can a force field analysis be useful in thinking about strategic change?

A force field analysis helps to identify forces which might facilitate change

A force field analysis identifies those who have power in the organization to make change happen

A force field analysis provides a way of identifying forces for and against change in the organization

A force field analysis helps to identify the blockages to change

 

 

Identify an element of inner context of strategic change?

 

Extent of regulation in the industry

Ownership structure of the company

Presence of influential stakeholders

Life cycle of the company

 

 

Identify a structural variable which hampers execution of strategic change?

 

Overly rigid formal planning system

Inflexible budgeting systems

Oppressive control systems

Responsibility without authority

 

Which of the following is comparable with the Behavioral Modification (BM) model?

 

Organizational Development Model

Kurt Lewin Model

Unilateral Approach

Participative Approach

 

 

How many phases are there in the model of planned change developed by Bullock and

Batten?

 

Three

Four

Five

Six

 

Identify a phase, which emphasizes on spontaneity in managerial actions through teams and the skillful confrontation of interpersonal differences.

 

Collaboration

Formalization

Renewal

Delegation

 

Why changes in organizational symbols and routines may be important in managing strategic change?

 

Because symbols and routines can signal strategic change in everyday terms

Because symbols and routines can be identified in a cultural web analysis

Because symbols and routines are easy to change

Because changes in routines and symbols are less time consuming

 

Identify a systematic variable which hampers execution of strategic change?

Too many hierarchical levels

 

Overly narrow span of control

Responsibility without authority

Oppressive control systems

 

 

Identify a systematic variable which hampers execution of strategic change?

 

Overly rigid formal planning system

Too many hierarchical levels

Overly narrow span of control

Responsibility without authority

Identify a structural variable which hampers execution of strategic change?

 

Top down management system

Overly rigid formal planning system

Inflexible budgeting system

Oppressive control system

Application of standard operating procedures refers to:

Rule following

Problem solving

Decision making

Learning process

 

Which of the following developed PE model? 

 Taylor and Weber

 Michael and Freisen

 Tushman & Romanelli  Handouts pg#129

Francis & Bessant

 

 Which of the following is based on the assumption that change proceeds toward a goal or end state?  
Select correct option:  

Life cycle theory

Teleological theory

Dialectical theory

Evolutionary theory

"Same organizational practices are not maintained throughout a long time span". This refers to which of the following dimensions of Greiner’s model?

 

Age of organization

Growth rate of the industry

Size of the organization

Structure of the organization

 

In terms of strategy development, logical incrementalism refers to:

 

The deliberate development of strategy by experimentation and learning from

partial commitments

The utilization by top managers of a mixture of formal and informal social and political

processes to draw together an emerging pattern of strategies from these subsystems

 

Systematized, step-by-step, chronological procedures to develop or coordinate an

organization’s strategy

 

Experimentation with side bet ventures and allowing developments to emerge from

Subsystems

 

 

In which of the following approach assumptions behind the plan are not shared with organizational members?

 

► Expert system approach

Devil’s advocate approach

► Dialectical inquiry approach

► External analysis approach

 

 

Identify an approach in which the role of managers’ behavior is destructive rather than constructive.

 

► Expert system approach

Devil’s advocate approach

► Dialectical inquiry approach

► External analysis approach

 

 “Recognizing the need to change but responding in ways that have poor strategic fit with the business” refers to which of the following difficulties face by companies when they

 

want to be innovative?

Failure of perception

Inappropriate innovation

Episodic innovation

Ref: Inappropriate innovation

Recognizing the need to change but responding in ways that have poor strategic fit with

the business or divert from more important ends.

 

Which of the following focuses on the selection and rationalization of organizational

structure and process?

 

Entrepreneurial problem

Engineering problem

Administrative problem

Managerial problem

Which of the following focuses on the choice of technologies and processes to be used for production and distribution?

 

Entrepreneurial problem

Engineering problem

Administrative problem

Managerial problem

 

 

Which of the following leadership style refers to a form of non-leadership in which the leader abdicates his or her responsibility and is high avoidant?

 

Transformational leadership

Transactional leadership

Instrumental leadership

Laissez-faire leadership

 

Identify a success trap in which individuals believe that they can counter each and every situation with the same set of knowledge and skills.

 

Avoidance

Indecision

Poverty

Insularity

 

Which of the following is Not an external source of strategic organizational change?

 

Competitor’s actions

Government regulations

Technological advancement

New corporate mission

 

Question No 3: how can u differentiate b/w continuous & incremental change as suggested by Burner? 3marks

Question No6: how can conflict in an organization lead to serious dysfunction? 5 marks

What do you know about vital rates? 3 marks

Vital rates means death rates and founding rates. This is not only true for the study of

large organizations but also of entrepreneurship and small businesses. Following to be

learn:

Role of competition

Institutional constraints

Role of government

 

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