Business Relationship Management Brm Set 2

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This set of Business Relationship Management (BRM) Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Business Relationship Management Brm Set 2

Q1 | The reasons for consulting handbooks, yearbooks, encyclopedias, or reviews in the Initial stages of identifying a research topic is........
  • They are readily available
  • They provide an overview of the issues related to a topic
  • They are primary sources
  • They avoid reporting statistical data so one can interpret the results more easily.
Q2 | Qualitative and Quantitative Research are the classification of research on the basis of......
  • Use of the research
  • Time dimensions
  • Techniques used
  • Purpose of the research
Q3 | The application of the scientific method to study of business problems is called.......
  • Inductive reasoning
  • Deductive reasoning
  • Business research
  • Grounded theory
Q4 | The research method is not applicable under.......
  • Healthcare
  • Business
  • Government offices
  • Imaginary worlds
Q5 | In an article it is most beneficial to read-------
  • References
  • Methods
  • Introduction
  • Figures
Q6 | Which of the following is not a function of clearly identified research questions?
  • They guide your literature search
  • They keep you focused throughout the data collection period
  • They make the scope of your research as wide as possible
  • They are linked together to help you construct a coherent argument
Q7 | An operational definition is—
  • One that bears no relation to the underlying concept
  • An abstract, theoretical definition of a concept
  • A definition of a concept in terms of specific, empirical measures
  • One that refers to opera singers and their work
Q8 | Basic research can also be called as-------
  • Practical research
  • Fundamental Research
  • Action research
  • Assessment research
Q9 | In the research process, the management question has the following critical activity insequence.............
  • Origin, selection, statement, exploration and refinement
  • Origin, statement, selection, exploration and refinement
  • Origin, exploration, selection, refinement, and statement
  • Origin, exploration, refinement, selection and statement
Q10 | The meaning of a good research does not mean ------
  • Purpose clearly defined
  • Research process detailed
  • Research design thoroughly planned
  • Findings presented ambiguously
Q11 | Every research proposal, regardless of length should include two basic sections. They are——
  • Research question and research methodology
  • Research proposal and bibliography
  • Research method and schedule
  • Research question and bibliography
Q12 | The purpose of the research proposal is..........
  • To generate monetary sources for the organization
  • To present management question to be researched and its importance
  • To discuss the research efforts of others who have worked on related management question.
  • Both b and c
Q13 | A proposal is also known as a.......
  • Work plan
  • Prospectus
  • Outline
  • All of the above
Q14 | Secondary data can almost always be obtained more quickly and at a lower cost
  • Primary
  • Tertiary
  • Collective
  • Research
Q15 | The quality of a research to produce almost identical results in successive repeated trialsreflects its......-
  • Reliability
  • Validity
  • Accuracy
  • None of the above
Q16 | What should a market researcher do once he or she has defined the problem and the research objectives?
  • Collect the information
  • Budget for information collection
  • Develop the research plan
  • Sample the population
Q17 | Business research is a systematic inquiry that provides information to guide business decisions. This includes the following except.......
  • Reporting
  • Descriptive
  • Explanatory
  • Predictive studies
Q18 | Which of the following should not be a consideration in writinga proposal?
  • Understanding the purpose behind the request for proposal
  • Understanding the problem situation
  • The appearance/form of the proposal
  • Responding to every element exactly as specified by theclient
Q19 | The step-by-step account of what the researcher and participants did during the research study is provided in........
  • Introduction
  • Abstract
  • Procedure
  • Design
Q20 | Which of the following is an example of deception in business research?
  • The obtaining of company material without permission
  • The researcher representing their research as being about a different topic
  • The researcher wearing a disguise during an observation
  • The researcher failing to ask permission to interview someone
Q21 | Which one of the following is not a characteristic of scientific method?
  • Deterministic
  • Rationalism
  • Empirical
  • Abstraction
Q22 | A research problem is feasible only when
  • It is researchable
  • It is new and adds something to knowledge
  • It has utility and relevance
  • All of these
Q23 | Hypothesis cannot be stated in ........
  • Null and question form terms
  • Declarative term
  • General terms
  • Directional terms
Q24 | The validity and reliability of a research will be at stakewhen ------
  • The author who is the source of information is biased,incompetent or dishonest
  • The incident was reported after a long period of time from that of its occurrence
  • The researcher himself is not competent enough to draw logical conclusions
  • All of the above
Q25 | After a researcher has stated the specific problem to be studied in an experiment, he must then develop a ------
  • Theory
  • Conclusion
  • Hypothesis
  • Summary of the data