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BUS 325 All Assignments (2 Set)

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BUS 325 Chapter 1 Quiz (All Possible Question)

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BUS 325 Chapter 1 Quiz (All Possible Question)

1.

An expatriate:

2. Which of the following is not a category of an employee in an international firm? 3. Which department of an organization is the major user of language translation services? 4.

Tax equalization policies concerning expatriates are designed to :

5. The direct costs of international assignment failures can be as high as ___times the costs of those for similar failure in a domestic assignment: 6. is:

One major difference between domestic and international HRM

7. Which of the following is not a function of internal resource management? 8. Which of the following is not a major external factor that influences IHRM? 9.

Cultural difference is not necessarily equivalent to:

10.

A multidomestic industry is:

11.

Examples of a global industry include all of the following except:


12. Series of linked domestic industries in which rivals compete against each other on a worldwide basis is: 13. Emnic refers to which kind of specific aspect of concepts or behaviors? 14.

What is a key driver for firms seeking international markets?

15.

Which ratio is not part of” index of transnationality”?

16.

Which of the following is a global mindset?

17.

An asymmetric event is:

18. All of the following is a difference between international and domestic HR except: 19. What activity in international human resource would not be required in a domestic environment? 20.

As foreign subsidiaries matures the local HR activities:

21. Which three dimensions are presented in Morgan’s model of IHRM? 22.

Differences between domestic and international HRM include:

23.

Senior managers with little international experience:

24.

Successful internationalizing the HR function require all except:

25.

In Porter’s value-chain model:

26. HRM in the multinational context contains an overlap between elements of:


27. A Japanese citizen working in Hong Kong for a Japanese multinational would be classified as: 28. Human Resource Management (HRM) activities include all of the below EXCEPT: 29.

International HRM is reflected in:

30.

As a foreign subsidiary matures:

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BUS 325 Chapter 1-10 Quiz, Midterm (All Possible Question)

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BUS 325 Chapter 2 Quiz (All Possible Question)

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www.tutorialrank.com BUS 325 Chapter 2 Quiz (All Possible Question) 1. Cross-cultural management research is based on the assumption that: 2.

A major criticism of cross-cultural management studies is:


3.

Schein’s concept of culture consists of:

4.

Hofstede’s cultural dimensions are:

5.

Individualism vs. collectivism refers to:

6.

Under Confucianism dynamics, orientations can be either:

7.

According to the results of the Hofstede study:

8. According to Hofstede, some Asian cultures such as Singapore and Hong Kong: 9.

The cultural context impacts HRM practices:

10. Hofstede identifies a strong tendency or masculinity with a high tendency for uncertainty avoidance in: 11.

Hofstede’s approach to cross cultural management research:

12.

Hofstede’s study is classified or based on:

13. The GLOBE research tries to study the complex relationships between: 14.

The GLOBE study survey contains:

15. Results from the GLOBE study were used to distinguish ______”cultural regions.” 16.

One criticism of the GLOBE study is:

17.

The GLOBE study:

18. The Trompenaars and Hamplen-Turner study distinguishes three overarching aspects of culture, namely:


19. Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner’s cultural dimensions is Ascription vs. : 20. According to Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner, societies that attempt to control nature to a very high degree are described as having: 21. As applied research, the Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner study: 22. According to Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner, members of specified cultures: 23.

Hall and Hall’s research emphasizes four cultural dimensions:

24.

Hall and Hall’s research:

25.

Hall and Hall, Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner all:

26.

According to researchers like Barry Gerhart:

27.

Cultures develop over time:

28. One study by Child, reviewing research on the development of cultures concluded: 29.

Due to growing interdependence and a high flow of migration:

30.

Generational changes in world societies:

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BUS 325 Chapter 3 Quiz (All Possible Question)


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“Born globals” are:

2. Typically the initial stage of a firm entering international operations is: 3. Which category of employee is typically used in key sales subsidiary position in a new developing international company: 3. Which category of employee is typically used in key sales subsidiary position in a new developing international company: 5. Which stage of international operations tend to create a separate international division in a company: 6.

“Miniature replicas” are:

7. Many companies in the developmental stage of internationalization will maintain control by: 8.

The “think global, act local” paradox:

9.

A matrix structure:

10.

One advantage of a matrix structure is:

11. is:

A major contributing factor of an unmanageable matrix structure


12. The complex network of interrelated activities in a MNE can be described in the following structure: 13.

Transnational strategies of globalization are characterized by:

14. is:

A common theme between heterarchy, matrix and transnational

15.

The management of a multi-centered networked organization is:

16. The following types of units are regarded in a metanational firm EXCEPT: 17. HR functions are described in the following structural forms EXCEPT for: 18. The European path approach to a global matrix tends to emphases: 19.

Korean conglomerates have a strong preference for:

20.

Clan control is defined as:

21. Multinational firms are divided into the following regional block EXCEPT: 22.

An important forum for the development of personal networks is:

23.

Social Capital emphasizes the need for:

24. The process of socializing people so that they come to share a common set of values and beliefs that shapes their behavior is: 25.

Transition companies are characterized by:

26.

The matrix structure:


27.

Matrix structures:

28.

Network multinational structures:

29.

The host-country effect:

30.

The subsidiary as an integrated player:

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BUS 325 Chapter 4 Quiz (All Possible Question)

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1.

Cross-border alliances are:

2.

A characteristic of a non-equity cross border alliance is:

3.

Equity modes of foreign operations car be best described as:

4.

A major reason to engage in a merger or acquisition is to:


5. Typical HR problems arising in cross border M&A involve all of the following EXCEPT: 6.

The due diligence phase of a M&A is:

7. Integration planning phase of M&A are all of the following except: 8. Advising management on dealing with people issues normally occur in which M&A b 9.

One of the largest merges in history was between:

10. What is defined as a factor which shapes employees priorities and decisions made? 11.

Which of the following would not be considers a resource?

12. Which expatriate role or characteristic is found to be most important for a successful integration in a M&A activity? 13.

Performance-related pay is more popular in which country?

14.

Which country tends to have the longest recruitment period?

15.

A perceived “ unaffordable luxury� in SMEs is:

16.

An International joint venture is defined as:

17. Shortage of working capital to finance exports is a top barrier to access international markets in: 18. M&A conceptual tool which converts resources into valuable goods and services is: 19.

The HR managers role as an innovator in a IJV means:


20.

IJV positions called “functional gatekeepers” :

21. Which companies have a difficult challenge to enter foreign markets? 22. Internationalization process theory suggest which person has the most impact on internationalization process of a small to medium enterprise (SME): 23. All of the following are characteristic of a SME human resource development EXCEPT: 24. An option for SMEs to improve Human Resource related issues rapidly is to: 25. A major difference between merger , acquisition and international joint venture is: 26. Learning in small to medium (SME) international firms is characterized by: 27. In their “partnership role” supporting an International Joint Venture, HR managers must: 28. The European Commission’s definition of SME is which of the following? 29. to:

Many international joint ventures (IJV ) fail in the long-term due

30.

The best way to address intercultural conflicts is to:

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BUS 325 Chapter 5 Quiz (All Possible Question)

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1.

Ethnocentric organizations are best characterized by:

2. All of the following is an approach to managing and staffing subsidiaries EXCEPT: 3. A sound business reason for pursing an ethnocentric staffing policy is: 4.

Polycentric approaches to international staffing:

5.

A disadvantage of a polycentric policy is:

6. A MNE taking a global approach to its operations and recognizing that each HQ and subsidiary makes a unique contribution with unique competence is described as: 7. Hiring host country nationals for a multinational enterprise have the following advantages EXCEPT: 8.

Themost common reason for an international assignment is:


9. Key organizational reasons for international staffing assignment include all of the following EXCEPT: 10.

“Extended international assignments” are defined as assignments:

11. Employees on oil rigs would usually be classified as which nonstandard assignment? 12. An example of an employee working on a contractual assignment of a non-standard is a/an: 13.

Traditional expatriate assignments are referred to as a/an:

14.

“Bumble Bee” is a description of an expatriate role as:

15.

Boundary spanning refers to activities that:

16.

All of the following describe a non-expatriate EXCEPT:

17.

Third country nationals:

18. Whether a firm chooses ethnocentric, polycentric, regiocentric or geocentric staffing approach depends on: 19. Three key organizational reasons for using the various forms of international assignments are: 20.

Recruitment is defined as:

21.

How is “expatriate failure” usually defined?

22.

An indirect cost of the failure of an expatriate would be:

23. The culture adjustment process in an international assignment can be characterized by:


24.

The selection process of an expatriate places a heavy reliance on:

25.

The European Union Social Charter allows for

26. A group of multinationals have established an organization called “Permits Foundation” which: 27.

Which language is the common corporate language in the world?

28. According to the text, common corporate language in MNEs is developed to : 29. An emerging constraint on the available pool of candidates which is hindering the recruitment and selection process of potential employees for international assignment is: 30. A family friendly policy to encourage placement of an expatriate which is logical but not always acceptable to multinationals is: 31.

“Independents” are defined in the text as:

32.

Female expatriates tend to be employed by companies:

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BUS 325 Chapter 6 Quiz (All Possible Question)

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1.

Performance management:

2. The turbulence of the global environment requires that long-term goals be 3. Market development in foreign subsidiaries is generally slower and more difficult to achieve without: 4. The impact of the following variables and their interrelationship needs to be considered in determining the expatriate performance EXCEPT: 5. The employee who oversees and directs the entire foreign operations is: 6.

An operative:

7.

What is a strategic international assignment?

8. If the PCN is perceived to identify too closely with the host subsidiary concerns: 9. Individuals are likely to blame lack of job discretion on the following: 10. What can be described as the strongest stressors in expatriate “overseas� work environment?


11. A USA manager of German nationality working for a Dutch multinational company is assigned to a position in Indonesia. Which country is considered the host country? 12. The transfer of the individual and accompanying family member into a foreign environment outside of their normal cultural comfort zones is the definition of: 13. What are the five major constraints in terms of multinational strategy and goal setting? 14.

What are the five variables affecting expatriate performance?

15. All of the following are a constraint of goal attainment for the multinational enterprise EXCEPT: 16. Which country tends to have administrators with a high level of legal expertise? 17.

Which country has a strong tradition of collective bargaining?

18. Which country tends to focus on linking performance management result to long-term training and development activities? 19. Two countries in which it is common for employees to have input into job goal setting is: 20. An appraisal system which builds upon the strengths while minimizing their disadvantages uses all of the following criteria: 21. What tool assists an organization in collecting accurate performance data and allows for cross-employee comparisons? 22. What is the normal frequency of formal performance appraisal for an expatriate?

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