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  1. Says that an employee will be motivated to exert a high level of effort will lead to a good performance appraisal that the good appraisal will lead to organizational rewards like a bonus, a salary increase, or a promotion, and that the rewards will satisfy the employee's personal goals.
    Expectancy theory
  2. (What relationship of Expectancy Theory?)
    The probability perceived by the individual that exerting a given amount of effort will lead to performance
    Effort-performance relationship
  3. (What relationship of Expectancy Theory?)
    The degree to which the individual believes that performing at a particular level will lead to attainment of a desired outcome
    Performance-reward relationship
  4. (What relationship of Expectancy Theory?)
    The degree to which organizational rewards satisfy an individual's personal goals or needs and the attractiveness of those potential rewards for the individual
    Rewards-personal goals relationship
  5. (What Principle of Coordination?)
    Relating of allĀ  factors in a situation
    Coordination as the 'Reciprocal Relating' of all factors in a situation
  6. (What Principle of Coordination?)
    Direct communication between all responsible people involved, whatever their hierarchical or departmental positions
    Coordination by direct contact
  7. (What Principle of Coordination?)
    Involving all the people directly concerned right from the initial stages of designing a project or forming a policy
    Coordination in the early stages
  8. (What Principle of Coordination?)
    Keeping co-ordination going on a
    continuous basis. and recognizing that there is no such thing as unity, but only the continuous process of unifying
    Coordination as a continuing process
  9. (What Big Five: Modeling Traits and Personalities?)
    A trait characterized by positive thinking, high self-esteem, sociability, interpersonal affection, and other happy traits
    Extroversion
  10. Other names for Extroversion (2)
    • Positive affectivity
    • Extraversion
  11. (What Big Five: Modeling Traits and Personalities?)
    A measure of how often people experience negative thoughts
    Neuroticism
  12. (What Big Five: Modeling Traits and Personalities?)
    These individuals tend to be trustworthy, cooperative, helpful and generally caring in regards to others
    Agreeableness
  13. (What Big Five: Modeling Traits and Personalities?)
    Describes the behavior of a person who is very self-disciplined, organized and preserving
    Conscientiousness
  14. (What Big Five: Modeling Traits and Personalities?)
    Describes the personality trait of being open to new ideas
    Openness
  15. (What relationship between staff in the organization?)
    Direct relationship between superior and subordinate
    Line
  16. (What relationship between staff in the organization?)
    Relationship between different departments on the same hierarchical level
    Lateral
  17. (What relationship between staff in the organization?)
    Relationship between a managerial assistant and other areas.
    Staff
  18. (What relationship between staff in the organization?)
    Relationship between specialist positions and other areas.
    Functional
  19. A horizontal or a vertical tree that contains geometric shapes to represent staff or divisions
    Organizational chart
  20. Different types of organizational chart
    • Hierarchical
    • Matrix
    • Flat
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pages 11 to 21 part 3(other identifications)
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