In the context of managerial roles, which of the following is a difference between the disseminator role and the spokesperson role? A) In the disseminator role, managers decide who gets what resources and in what amounts, whereas in the spokesperson role, managers negotiate schedules, projects, goals, outcomes, resources, and employee raises. B) In the disseminator role, managers perform ceremonial duties such as greeting company visitors, whereas in the spokesperson role, managers motivate workers to accomplish organizational goals. C) Managers in the disseminator role receive plenty of unsolicited information because of their vast personal contacts, whereas managers in the spokesperson role scan their immediate environment to seek valuable information. D) Managers in the disseminator role distribute information to employees inside the company, whereas managers in the spokesperson role share information with people outside their departments or companies.