Managing Social and Human Capital Managing Performance, Motivation and Hiring Quiz ByJAMD Bokhtier July 5, 2021July 5, 2021 Managing Performance, Motivation and Hiring Quiz Of Managing Social and Human Capital Week- 1 1. What is the fundamental tenet of Efficiency Wages application? 1 point Paying the employees the same as competitors to keep efficiency. Encouraging a competition among employees by high wages. The organization pays its employees more than its competitors. Motivating employees by wages to do the right things. 2. The Mir Space Station Case is a good illustration of: 1 point Rewarding A while hoping for B. Goal Setting. Attribution Bias. Conformity. 3. According to Professor Cappelli’s lecture, the biggest challenge with designing incentive systems is: 1 point Different employees are motivated by different incentives. Constant incentives demotivate employees. The ability to capture and measure employee performance. Incentives can create competition among employees. 4. According to research, organizational-level incentives: 1 point May create a “rewarding A while hoping to B” problem. Are effective for employees in the same manner as individual-level incentives. Are more effective for employees than individual-level incentives. Are more effective for employees than for executives. 5. According to Path Goal Theory, the key element for motivating employees is through: 1 point Providing constructive and close guidance. Providing autonomy in how to achieve the goals. Providing a clear direction to achieve the goals. Providing challenging goals. 6. Conformity is likely to be most effective for organizations during: 1 point Performance appraisals. Hiring process. Recruiting stage. Onboarding among newcomers. 7. The Milgram Study is a powerful illustration of: 1 point Imitation. Compliance. Conformity. Behavior Modification. 8. The Pygmalion Effect is characterized by: 1 point Shaping individuals’ behavior by providing high expectations. Shaping individuals’ behavior through role models. Shaping individuals’ behavior through high compliance. Shaping individuals’ behavior by providing clear and specific goals. 9. According to Professor Cappelli’s lecture, the biggest reason employee’s leave their job is: 1 point An imbalance between proposed job description and actual job content. All the above reasons are equally significant and influential. An imbalance between expected and received salary. An imbalance between promised career progress and actual promotion. 10.The common biases of supervisors during performance appraisals are: 1 point Overconfidence and fundamental attribution error. Similarity effect, attractiveness, and cognitive dissonance. Fundamental attribution error, self-fulfilling prophecy, and similarity effect. Fundamental attribution error, self-fulfilling prophecy, and Pygmalion effect.