Organizational Behaviour

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Examination Paper of Organizational Behaviour IBM Institute of Business Management Examination Paper MM.100 SubjectCode-B105 Organizational Behaviour Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 marks) This section consists of Multiple Choice and short notes type questions Answer all the questions. Part one carries 1 mark each and part two carries 5 marks each. Part A:- Multiple Choices:- 1. Which of the following is not comes under Maslow‟s needs theory? 1. Social needs 2. Affiliation needs 3. Physiological needs 4. Specification needs 2. Collegial model is an extension of: a. Supportive model b. Autocratic model c. Custodial model d. None of the above 3. Sigmund Freud‟s theory on personality is: a. Related with moral values b.…show more content…
Classical conditioning is a technique used in behavioral training. A naturally occurring stimulus is paired with a response. Then, a previously neutral stimulus is paired with the naturally occurring stimulus. Eventually, the previously neutral stimulus comes to evoke the response without the presence of the naturally occurring stimulus. The two elements are then known as the conditioned stimulus and the conditioned response. Ivan Pavlov is a Russian psychologist who has developed the classical conditioning theory based on his experiments to teach a dog to salivate in response to the ringing of a bell. He noticed that when meat was presented to the dog (unconditioned stimulus) there was a great deal of salivation and when the bell rang, there was no salivation. He then linked the meat and the ringing of the bell to make the dog salivate on the sound of the bell. The dog then started responding merely to the ringing of the bell even without presenting the meat. This is where the classical conditional theory was born. 4. What are the various stages of group development? A group of is a collection of two or more people, joined together to achieve a particular objective. A group can either be formal or informal. There are various stages in group development viz., Forming: This is the initial stage of group development. In this stage, people who have formed a group have to first agree with each other as to the purpose
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