Managing and Organizations (5th ed.) by Stewart R Clegg (ebook)There are 2 to 3 variations on the same questions. Each question has 4 options, the correct answer is starred. Some questions are very simple while others are much more difficult: this should be taken into account when setting quizzes or exams. Example of possible instruction to students: For each of the following questions read each question carefully then choose the answer you believe is most correct: 1. Which of the following defines sensemaking? The ongoing retrospective development of plausible images that rationalize what people are doing b.
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