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Organizational Behaviour Quizzes & Trivia

Human behavior flows from three main sources according to Plato - desire, emotion, and knowledge. Do you agree? How about when this behavior is brought to an organizational setting? That's where "Organizational behavior" comes into the picture. If you're in the field of management, business, or psychology, chances are, you've come across this topic a couple of times already. How well do you think you've absorbed its concepts?
 
Well, if you're itching to find out, then you've come to the right venue. We are offering a wide selection of quizzes on Organizational Behavior to test your mettle on the subject. There are objective questions as well as subjective ones so that you can assess your own behavior too. How does that all sound to you? If you're intrigued, then by all means, proceed to our quizzes with you best behavior! Good luck!
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Questions: 31  |  Attempts: 2863   |  Last updated: Dec 29, 2020
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    The study of what people think, feel, and do in and around organizations.

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Questions: 45  |  Attempts: 1961   |  Last updated: Oct 13, 2020
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    The forces within a person that affect their direction, intensity, and persistence of voluntary behaviour.

Organizational Behavior is a field of study in psychology; it studies human behavior in the setting of an organization and its impacts on the work structure, performance, commination, leadership, motivation, etc. So, we have come...

Questions: 50  |  Attempts: 4989   |  Last updated: Feb 13, 2020
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    Over the past two decades, business schools have added required courses on people skills to many curricula. Why have they done this?


Questions: 35  |  Attempts: 597   |  Last updated: Jan 22, 2013
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    Physiological, behavioural, and psychological episodes experienced toward an object, person, or event that create a state of readiness.


Questions: 32  |  Attempts: 529   |  Last updated: Jan 22, 2013
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    The process of receiving information about and making of the world around us. It entails deciding which information to notice, how to categorize this information, and how to interpret it within the framework of our existing knowledge.
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