- COM 451 Quiz 12
The capacity of an employee to be aware of and responsive to the extended set of social connections online is known as.
Clearly communicating the consequences of a risky situation is an example of which phase of the risk negotiation cycle?
What is an example of an emerging organizational risk identified by Waldron and Kassing?
The effort we put into ensuring that our private feelings are suppressed
In the virtual workplace, privacy management is a communication skill that will no longer be relevant.
The ability to adapt to changing circumstances, even when the circumstances are discouraging or disruptive, is known as .
Reasserting rules and committing to end unethical behavior are examples of which phase of the risk negotiation cycle?
The tendency of individuals to change jobs frequently over the course of their career is a relatively new phenomena.
Sylvia, the supply chain manager, left her job because she perceived outsourcing as a potential risk.
Failing to develop the technology and social skills needed in the evolving workplace puts you at risk for .
What is NOT an individual risk in the emerging workplace identified by Waldron and Kassing in Chapter 11?
Understanding that diversity extends beyond racial or ethnic differences can help when dealing with at work.
Which of the following factors assure that the virtual workplace will become increasingly common?
The study of job loss in the reading found that individuals who were recently laid off discussed their situations by engaging in discourses about emotions, normalcy, and identity.
Waldron and Kassing argue that creating boundaries between work and personal life can help to mitigate the risk caused from .
Virtual work is likely to become less of a fixture in the workplace of the future.
What type of risk is evident in the example of the risk management behaviors that resulted in the current economic crisis?
The term for the blurring of work and leisure is known as .
Temporary workers can be risky for employers because they may lack commitment to the organization's future.
In their use of the financial crisis as a case study for managing risk,