Organizational Behavior Study Set 14

Business

Quiz 9 :

Build Strong Relationships and Networks

Quiz 9 :

Build Strong Relationships and Networks

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Social exchange describes how relationships initiate and develop through the processes of exchange and reciprocity.
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The most significant and tangible value of a social network is its contribution to career development and advancement.
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Brokers help bridge structural holes in a network by linking independent clusters together.
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In the context of the norm of reciprocity, immediacy is the extent to which the amount of what is given back is roughly the same as what was received.
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In any network, ties among actors differ in terms of strength, familiarity, or closeness.
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The norm of reciprocity says that when one party does something for another, that party is indebted to the other until the obligation is repaid.
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High-quality leader-member exchange (LMX) relationships operate like contractual exchanges.
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Social capital is the knowledge, skills, and intellectual assets employees bring to the workplace.
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Idiosyncrasy credits refer to our ability to violate norms with others based on whether we have enough "credits" to cover the violation.
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Incremental change is change that builds on rather than disrupts existing norms and patterns.
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Managers and employees in low-quality leader-member exchange (LMX) relationships communicate openly and honestly and support each other to meet individual and organizational goals.
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The term "interest" in social exchange is based on the firm reliance on the intention and ability of the other to repay.
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Research shows that energizing ties are associated with an individual's access to resources and promotions and positively related to wellbeing, performance and retention.
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High team-member exchange is characterized by a high level of openness, support, and psychological safety.
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Leader-member exchange (LMX) theory is the study of manager-subordinate relationship quality.
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Structural holes are the absence of a link between two actors in a social network.
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In the context of the norm of reciprocity, interest is the motive behind an exchange.
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Network centrality indicates the extent to which all actors in a network are directly connected with each other.
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Relational maintenance involves actions to return a relationship to a positive state.
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In the context of the norm of reciprocity, equivalence refers to how quickly the repayment is made.
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