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UTSCMGEC81H3Garth FrazerFall

MGEC81H3 Study Guide - Education Index, Fractionalization, Longrun

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Sketch solutions: a) fractionalization refers to significant ethnic, linguistic, and other social divisions within a country. This is sometimes related
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Lecture7_notes.pdf

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Part 3 research: a) trends in temperature time series in the gta: day to day temperature variability and chinooks. Land/sea breezes arise from differen
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Lecture9_notes.pdf

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Part 1 long range transport of pollutants in the arctic. We are examining two aspects of arctic pollutants, arctic haze and persistent organic pollutan
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Lecture8_notes.pdf

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Outline of this lecture: part i measuring wind. Wind rose: sound of wind, part ii wind strength scales, beaufort, fujita, saffir-simpson, part iii spec
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Midterm_sample_2011.pdf

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The first section, who s who is worth 5 marks. The second section, true or false, is worth 10 marks. The third section consists of 10 multiple choice q
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Finalexam.pdf

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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Lecture 2-2012fall.pdf

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Participation opportunity: severe weather experience: write in your own words a weather/wind experience that you have encountered in your life and send
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UTSCEESA09H3Tanzina MohsinFall

Lecture2_notes.pdf

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Lecture 2 notes: outline of this lecture, part 1: wind primer, part 2: new air mass classification system applied to toronto, part 1. Wind cannot be se
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_16

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Chapter 16-organizational change, development and i nnovation: the concept of organizational change organizations are far from static. All organization
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_15

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Intellectual or emotion inputs transformation outputs: components of the external environment. I t is useful to divide the external environment into a
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_14

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What is organizational structure: organizational structure: the manner in which an organization divides its labour into specific tasks and achieves coo
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_13

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Self-esteem is a critical factor in inducing intergroup bias. Identifying with the successes of one"s own group and disassociating oneself from out-gro
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_12

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Power-the capacity to influence others who are in a state of dependence does not necessarily imply that a poor relationship exists between the power ho
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_11

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Program- a standardized way of solving a problem when dealing with well-structured problems o. Programs are only as good as the decision making process
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Teleconference

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What is communication: communication- the process by which info is exchanged b/t a sender and a receiver. The simplest prototype for interpersonal comm
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_9

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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

Chapter_8

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 groups exert influence over the attitudes and behavior of their individual members as a result of social influences, people often feel or act differe
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesSummer

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Punctuated Equilibrium

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What is a group: group- two or more people interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal o. Informal groups- groups that emerge naturally in re
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Teleconference

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What is communication: communication- the process by which info is exchanged b/t a sender and a receiver. The simplest prototype for interpersonal comm
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

Chapter_9

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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

Chapter_8

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 groups exert influence over the attitudes and behavior of their individual members as a result of social influences, people often feel or act differe
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Punctuated Equilibrium

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What is a group: group- two or more people interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal o. Informal groups- groups that emerge naturally in re
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Highscope

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Money as a motivator: employees and managers underestimate the importance of pay as a motivator, according to maslow. Linking pay to performance on pro
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

Chapter_5

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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

Chapter_3

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Chapter three- perception, attribution and judgement of others. : perceptions org. members have of each other. Three components: perceiver, target that
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Absenteeism, Conscientiousness, Extraversion And Introversion

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 long-term learning history: susceptible to change through adult learning experiences. Personality and organizational behaviour: believed to be import
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

Chapter_1

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Organizations-social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group efforts. Social inventions: ob is essentially composed of people (present
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

Chapter_4

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Va l ues ac ross c u l t u res differences: opportunities for globally adept org, work centrality.  extent to which people perceived work as a central
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UTSCMGHB02H3Samantha MontesFall

very useful, organize key points for U

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