Business Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility Becsr Set 2

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This set of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (BECSR) Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Business Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility Becsr Set 2

Q1 | Karma yoga is ………………………..
  • concentrate fully and completely on each duty.
  • a preliminary to the use of japam.
  • the way of knowledge.
  • the way of psychological experiment.
Q2 | _______ is the systematic process of analyzing and evaluating jobs to determine their relative worth in an organization.
  • Job analysis
  • Job design
  • Job evaluation
  • Job enrichment
Q3 | If learning insight and judgment abilities are merged together with knowledge in aperson, the person has ________________
  • Knowledge
  • Understanding
  • Wisdom
  • Intelligence
Q4 | Job sharing, work sharing, phased retirement, all these are examples of…………..
  • Part time employment
  • Full time employment
  • Compressed work week
  • Alternative work schedules
Q5 | When the management conducts QWL programs in association with the union, it...
  • Leads to effective negotiations that enable designing contracts that satisfy both the parties
  • Improves the efficiency of the management and strengthens employee organizations
  • Encourages participative management and involves employees in decision making
  • All of the above
Q6 | Personal Progress Indicators for Individuals are………..
  • Raise in Personal Wealth
  • Increase in Savings
  • Fulfilment of Security Needs
  • Increase in Investment
Q7 | Gemini's Four R's of Transformation are……….
  • Reframe, Repeat, Revitalise, Renew
  • Reframe, Restructure, Revitalise, Renew
  • Retreat, Repeat, Revitalise, Renew
  • Retreat, Repeat, Restructure, Renew
Q8 | Which one of the following is not a type of Organisational Change?
  • Transactional Change
  • Planned Change
  • Instrumental Change
  • Emergent Change
Q9 | Which areas manager should focus for Company's Progress?(i) Company's Customers(ii) Customer Service(iii) Market Share(iv) Employees(v) Social Issues
  • (i), (ii), (iii) (iv)
  • (i), (ii), (iv), (v)
  • (ii), (iii), (v)
  • All of the above
Q10 | Point out the correct Statement(s)
  • Organisational Transformation is a process of profound and radical changes
  • Business Transformation is a Changed Management Strategy
  • Business Transformation involves making changes in one of the processes of business
  • Availability of funds is one of the most important key drivers of Business Transformation
Q11 | Which technique is not suitable or ethical for overcoming resistance to change?
  • Manipulation
  • Coercion
  • Negotiation
  • Participation
Q12 | Forced Transformation is the effect of.............
  • Rapidly declining Performance
  • Changing Trends in Market conditions
  • Self Renewal
  • All of the above
Q13 | All are the examples of Economic Progress Indicators for Companies except
  • Change in Revenue
  • Change in Market Share
  • Good Working Conditions
  • Increase in Goodwill
Q14 | Renewing" in Business Transformation Model is associated with........ of the organisation.
  • Mind
  • Body
  • Spirit
  • Environment
Q15 | Social Progress Indicators for Society are………….
  • Access to Education
  • Supportive Government Policies
  • Political Democracy
  • Quality Education
Q16 | The three stages of the change process are……………………
  • unfreezing, adjustment, and refreezing.
  • adjustment, unfreezing, and refreezing.
  • adjustment, unfreezing, and re-adjustment.
  • adjustment, re-adjustment, and unfreezing.
Q17 | Identify the External factors that demand for Organisational Transformation.
  • Employee Turnover Ratio
  • Social Changes
  • Changing behaviour and Values of work force
  • Deficiencies in the existing organisational structure
Q18 | The Top Management of company starts the Transformation Process with the "Creation of a Vision" that is shared by everybody in the company. Shared vision consists of all except...........
  • Shared Values
  • Shared Purposes
  • Shared Results
  • Shared Relationships
Q19 | What are the three Phases of Transformation?
  • Automation, Enhancement, Redefinition
  • Automation, Reevaluation, Redefinition
  • Reevaluation, Redefinition, Implementation
  • Discontinuing, Replanning, Reshaping
Q20 | Identify the Principle(s) of achieving competitive success in business.
  • Focus on Short Term Rewards first and then consider Long term rewards
  • Focus on constant and never ending improvement
  • Always focus on Profit first then on service
  • Set Realistic Goals and Expectations
Q21 | Under the _____________, both internal and external corporate governance mechanisms are intended to induce managerial actions that maximize profit and shareholder value.
  • Shareholder theory.
  • Agency theory.
  • Stakeholder theory.
  • Corporate governance theory
Q22 | Which of the following statements is false about responsibilities of a consumer:
  • Consumer must follow the instructions and use the product safety.
  • Consumer must ask for cash memo i.e proof of purchase
  • Consumer must file a complaint in a consumer court even if the amount of loss is small.
  • A consumer must encourage unethical practices like black marketing, hoarding etc.
Q23 | The ethical roots of the classical model of corporate social responsibility are foundin which of the following statement?
  • The idea that the interests of stakeholders are as important as the interests of a corporation's stockholders.
  • The ethical imperative to cause no harm.
  • The free market theory which holds that managers are ethically obliged to make as much money as possible for their stockholders because to do otherwise would undermine the very foundations of our free society
  • The ethical imperative to prevent harm
Q24 | In case an aggrieved consumer is not satisfied with the decision of the National commission, he can make a further appeal in......................
  • State commission
  • District Forum
  • Supreme Court of India
  • All the above
Q25 | Which of he following is a standardised approach to Corporate SustainabilityReporting?
  • GRI
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • UNHCR Global Pact
  • UN Global Compact