CHAPTER 5: Organising

  1. Organising can be defined as:-
    (a) Identifying & grouping various activities
    (b) Establishing productive relations for the achievement of goals
    (c) Both (a) & (b)
    (d) None of the above

  2. Responsibility flows from :-
    (a) Superior to subordinate
    (b) Subordinate to superior
    (c) None of the above

  3. Which of the following is not a process of organising:-
    (a) Division of work
    (b) Assignment of duties
    (c) Grouping jobs
    (d) Decision making

  4. ___________ clearly defines what tasks & activities shall be carried out at particular job
    (a) Role clarity
    (b) Coordination
    (c) Job design
    (d) Specialization

  5. When managers are made responsible for coordinating a particular number of jobs effectively is called
    (a) Adaptation
    (b) Span of control
    (c) Coordination
    (d) Job design

  6. ________ structure is suitable when the size of the organization is large
    (a) Organisational
    (b) Divisional
    (c) Functional

  7. Which of the following is not true about formal organization:-
    (a) Deliberately planned & created by management
    (b) Stable & predictable
    (c) Violation of rules may lead to penalties
    (d) Leaders are chosen

  8. Process of entrusting responsibility & authority & creating accountability of person who work has been given:-
    (a) Delegation
    (b) Centralization
    (c) Decentralization
    (d) Informal organization

Answer Keys

1 c 2 b 3 d 4 a 5 b 6 c 7 d 8 a