Chapter 5 : Organising

source 1. Which of the following is not an element of delegation?

http://www.aroundlife.net/short-paragraph-on-books-are-our-best-friends/ (a) Accountability
(b) Authority
(c) Responsibility
(d) Informal organisation

► (d) Informal organisation

go here 2. A network of social relationship that arise spontaneously due to interaction at work is called:

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(b) Informal organisation
(c) Decentralisation
(d) Delegation

► (b) Informal organisation

get 3. Which of the following does not follow the scalar chain?

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(b) Divisional structure
(c) Formal organisation
(d) Informal organisation

► (d) Informal organisation

click 4. A tall structure has a

(a) Narrow span of management
(b) Wide span of management
(c) No span of management
(d) Less levels of management

► (a) Narrow span of management

view 5. Centralisation refers to

(a) Retention of decision making authority
(b) Dispersal of decision making authority
(c) Creating divisions as profit centres
(d) Opening new centres or branches

► (a) Retention of decision making authority

6. For delegation to be effective it is essential that responsibility be accompanied with necessary

(a) Authority
(b) Manpower
(c) Incentives
(d) Promotions

► (a) Authority

7. Span of management refers to

(a) Number of managers
(b) Length of term for which a manager is appointed
(c) Number of subordinates under a superior
(d) Number of members in top management

► (c) Number of subordinates under a superior

8. The form of organisation known for giving rise to rumours is called

(a) Centralised organisation
(b) Decentralised organisation
(c) Informal organisation
(d) Formal organisation

► (c) Informal organisation

9. Grouping of activities on the basis of product lines is a part of

(a) Delegated organisation
(b) Divisional organisation
(c) Functional organisation
(d) Autonomous organisation

► (b) Divisional organisation

10. Grouping of activities on the basis of functions is a part of

(a) Decentralised organisation
(b) Divisional organisation
(c) Functional organisation
(d) Centralised organisation

► (b) Divisional organisation