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cal data and goal congruence.

B.
Task analysis and matrix application forms.
C.
Task analysis and the analysis of historical data.
D.
Matrix application forms and analysis of historical data.
E.
Goal congruence and task analysis.
11.
Which of
the following individuals is
least
likely to become involved in the setting of either direct material
standards or direct labor standards?
A.
The purchasing manager.
B.
A production supervisor.
C.
An engineer.
D.
A machine operator.
E.
A company's presid
ent.
12.
A perfection standard:
A.
tends to motivate employees over a long period of time.
B.
is attainable in an ideal operating environment.
C.
would make allowances for normal amounts of scrap and waste.
D.
is generally preferred by behavioral scientists.
E.
will result in a number of favorable variances on a performance report.
13.
Consider the following statements:
I. Behavioral scientists find that perfection standards often discourage employe
es and resu
lt in low worker
morale.
II. Practical standards are alscal data and goal congruence.
B.
Task analysis and matrix application forms.
C.
Task analysis and the analysis of historical data.
D.
Matrix application forms and analysis of historical data.
E.
Goal congruence and task analysis.
11.
Which of
the following individuals is
least
likely to become involved in the setting of either direct material
standards or direct labor standards?
A.

The purchasing manager.


B.
A production supervisor.
C.
An engineer.
D.
A machine operator.
E.
A company's presid
ent.
12.
A perfection standard:
A.
tends to motivate employees over a long period of time.
B.
is attainable in an ideal operating environment.
C.
would make allowances for normal amounts of scrap and waste.
D.
is generally preferred by behavioral scientists.
E.
will result in a number of favorable variances on a performance report.
13.
Consider the following statements:
I. Behavioral scientists find that perfection standards often discourage employe
es and resu
lt in low worker
morale.
II. Practical standards are alscal data and goal congruence.
B.
Task analysis and matrix application forms.
C.
Task analysis and the analysis of historical data.
D.
Matrix application forms and analysis of historical data.
E.
Goal congruence and task analysis.
11.
Which of
the following individuals is
least
likely to become involved in the setting of either direct material
standards or direct labor standards?
A.
The purchasing manager.
B.
A production supervisor.
C.
An engineer.
D.
A machine operator.
E.
A company's presid
ent.
12.
A perfection standard:
A.
tends to motivate employees over a long period of time.
B.
is attainable in an ideal operating environment.

C.
would make allowances for normal amounts of scrap and waste.
D.
is generally preferred by behavioral scientists.
E.
will result in a number of favorable variances on a performance report.
13.
Consider the following statements:
I. Behavioral scientists find that perfection standards often discourage employe
es and resu
lt in low worker
morale.
II. Practical standards are alscal data and goal congruence.
B.
Task analysis and matrix application forms.
C.
Task analysis and the analysis of historical data.
D.
Matrix application forms and analysis of historical data.
E.
Goal congruence and task analysis.
11.
Which of
the following individuals is
least
likely to become involved in the setting of either direct material
standards or direct labor standards?
A.
The purchasing manager.
B.
A production supervisor.
C.
An engineer.
D.
A machine operator.
E.
A company's presid
ent.
12.
A perfection standard:
A.
tends to motivate employees over a long period of time.
B.
is attainable in an ideal operating environment.
C.
would make allowances for normal amounts of scrap and waste.
D.
is generally preferred by behavioral scientists.
E.
will result in a number of favorable variances on a performance report.
13.
Consider the following statements:
I. Behavioral scientists find that perfection standards often discourage employe
es and resu
lt in low worker
morale.
II. Practical standards are alsoes a rising unemployment rate and job uncertaint
y). As inflation comes down it becomes less advantageous to carry high debt. Whe
n inflation rates are falling, people need to eliminate their debt because in re
al (inflation adjusted) terms it is becoming more expensive for them. Future dol

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