Business Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility Becsr Set 9

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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 9

Q1 | Set of ideas that constitute one’s goals, expectations and actions is known as:
  • Values
  • Beliefs
  • Ideology
  • Morals
Q2 | Theory of moral development was developed by:
  • Piaget
  • Betham Jeremy and Lawrence Kohlberg
  • Lawrence Kohlberg
  • Lawrence Kohlberg and piaget
Q3 | Ethics is:
  • Morals + reasoning
  • Morals + Values
  • Values + Beliefs
  • Values + Philosophy
Q4 | The moral principles, standards of behaviour, or set of values that guide a person’s actions in the workplace is called
  • Office place ethics
  • Factory place ethics
  • Behavioural ethics
  • Work place ethics
Q5 | Codes of conduct and codes of ethics:
  • Are formal statements that describe what an organization expects of its employees.
  • Become necessary only after a company has been in legal trouble.
  • Are designed for top executives and managers, not regular employees.
  • Rarely become an effective component of the ethics and compliance program.
Q6 | Who are organizational stakeholders?
  • Providers of finance
  • Government
  • Customers
  • All of the above
Q7 | Which of the following alone can ensure effective ethics programme in a business enterprise?
  • Publication of a code
  • Involvement of employees
  • Establishment of compliance mechanisms
  • None of them
Q8 | The __ management function involves identifying & arranging the work and resources needed to achieve the goals that have been set.
  • Controlling
  • Organizing
  • Planning
  • Staffing
Q9 | Measuring actual performance is the __________________ steps involved in the process of controlling.
  • First
  • Second
  • Third
  • Last
Q10 | ____________ are those individuals who raise ethical concerns or issues to others inside or outside the organisation.
  • Entrepreneur
  • Whistle blowers
  • Social entrepreneur
  • Social impact management
Q11 | Information is
  • Data
  • Processed Data
  • Manipulated input
  • Computer output
Q12 | Data by itself is not useful unless
  • It is massive
  • It is processed to obtain information
  • It is collected from diverse sources
  • It is properly stated
Q13 | Tactical information is needed for
  • Day to day operations
  • Meet government requirements
  • Long range planning
  • Short range planning
Q14 | Operational information is required by
  • Middle managers
  • Line managers
  • Top managers
  • All workers
Q15 | Why might workers not want to share their knowledge?
  • Because they enjoy discussing new ideas and sharing their thoughts.
  • Inter-functional and inter-departmental rivalries.
  • They might be reluctant to express opinions which do not comply with managerial perspectives.
  • Possession of knowledge can provide power and status.
Q16 | According to Horowitz et al. what is the main reason for knowledge worker turn-over?
  • Better pay and prospects.
  • Company related issues.
  • Career related issues.
  • Personal reasons.
Q17 | What is meant by a 'codification approach' to knowledge management activities?
  • Where workers share their tacit knowledge with other people.
  • Where no structured approach to knowledge management is in place.
  • The use of IT systems where employees codify their own knowledge and use systems to search for knowledge they don't possess.
  • All of the above
Q18 | Which factors contribute to the distinctiveness of knowledge workers?
  • Expected to continually develop their knowledge.
  • Their knowledge and skills are explicit and easy to codify.
  • Highly qualified.
  • Their knowledge and expertise is typically of great importance to the organisation.
Q19 | The terms “knowledge work” and “knowledge worker” first time coined by Professor Peter Drucker in________.
  • 1955
  • 1960
  • 1965
  • 1970
Q20 | Knowledge is always a part of a _________________ system.
  • Static
  • Close
  • Dynamic
  • Open
Q21 | If learning insight and judgment abilities are merged together with knowledge in a person, the person has _________________.
  • Knowledge
  • Understanding
  • Wisdom
  • Intelligence
Q22 | Knowledge includes all of the following except:
  • Aggregated data
  • Disaggregated data
  • Appraised information
  • Personal experience
Q23 | Which of the following is an intangible resource?
  • Machinery
  • Land
  • Physical labors
  • Reputation
Q24 | Stress management is about learning:
  • How to avoid the pressures of life
  • How to develop skills that would enhance our body’s adjustment when we are subjected to the pressures of life
  • Both ‘1’ & ‘2’ are true
  • None of the above
Q25 | Which of the following statements is true about stress management:
  • Stress management is learning about the connection between mind and body
  • Stress management helps us control our health in a positive sense
  • Stress management teaches us to avoid all kinds of stress
  • Only ‘1’ & ‘2’ are right