BUSI 681 Quiz 7

BUSI 681 Quiz 7 Liberty University

  1. Two of the biggest adjustments Americans typically have to make in working abroad are adapting to the general pace of life and understanding the punctuality of people.
  2. Culture shock is generally considered a positive sign that the professional is becoming involved in the new culture.
  3. A learning approach to teach cross-cultural fluency that involves raising affective responses by the trainer to elicit cultural insights is known as the
  4. When you start to overcome your sense of isolation and figure out how to get things done in the new culture, you are in the gradual adjustment cycle of culture shock.
  5. One approach for the project manager to digest, clarify, and understand the factors leading to the selection of a specific international project is to use a risk matrix.
  6. If the Lincoln Log Construction Co. (based in Chicago) built an assembly plant for General Motors in Nigeria, the project would be classified as
  7. Which of the following is NOT a potential advantage of managing international projects?
  8. The phase of culture shock where you acquire a new perspective of what is possible and begin to regain confidence.
  9. The constraints imposed by national and local laws are part of the environmental factor termed infrastructure.
  10. In this culture, it is important never to display feelings of superiority because this makes others feel inferior, mutual respect is expected at all times, and a lot gets done by going through administrative channels.
  11. A very good way to overcome culture shock is to.
  12. Americans tend to underestimate the importance that relationship building plays in conducting business in other countries.
  13. Needs for a project could include telecommunications, transportation, power, and availability of technically skilled talent. These are examples of which of the following environmental factors?
  14. In France, which of the following factors is considered much more important than in the U.S.?
  15. In an effort to cope with culture shock, professionals can use project work as a bridge until they adjust to their new environment.
  16. Part of being successful in an international project requires some level of learning about the various cultures that will intersect the project.
  17. The phase of culture shock where you become frustrated with the inability to accomplish things as you are used to doing them.
  18. The following are ways of coping with culture shock EXCEPT
  19. American project managers have earned a reputation abroad for being very good at understanding technology but not good at understanding
  20. It is common practice to rely on ___________, often natives who are foreign educated, to bridge the gap between cultures.
  21. A way for project managers to deal with the stress of culture shock is to redefine priorities and develop more realistic expectations as to what is possible.
  22. Which of the following can help a project manager to digest, clarify, and understand the factors leading to the selection of a specific international project?
  23. The initial stage of culture shock is irritability and hostility.
  24. An overseas project is one done in a foreign country for a foreign firm.
  25. Project professionals assigned to foreign countries should have a minimal understanding of _________.
  26. Organizations examine a number of characteristics to determine whether an individual is suitable for overseas work. The following are all examples of characteristics examined EXCEPT
  27. The significance of personal relationships has created a system in which Mexicans are obligated to give preference to relatives and friends when hiring, contracting, procuring, and sharing business opportunities. This is referred to as the __________ system.
  28. As a response to the events of September 11, 2001, the moving of personnel, materials, and equipment across international borders created border congestion with increased costs and time. This was a result of which of the following environmental factors?
  29. The environmental factor that involves the capacity of a country’s military and police forces to prevent and respond to attacks is called security.
  30. In general, the longer a person is expected to work in a foreign country, the more intensive the training should be.
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