Dilemmas of Leadership chapter 8 Dilemmas of Power, Discrimination and Diversity

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This quiz tests your knowledge of dilemmas of power, discrimination and diversity. It is based on chapter 8 of Dilemmas of Leadership

  • 1
    Learning focus is ..?

    Understanding the difference between pride and prejudice
    Understanding the difference between war and peace
    Understanding power relationships
  • 2
    When Carleton Fiorina was appointed head of Hewlett Packard she stated that ..?
    The company needed to get back to its innovative Hewlett Packard way of doing things
    The company needed an internal revolution
    Women in business face no limits, as the glass ceiling had been broken
  • 3
    A key issue in the chapter is ..?
    Power and emancipation
    Power and poverty
    Power and enlightenment
  • 4
    A key dilemma of the chapter ..?
    Dealing with stereotyping
    Dealing with cyber-bullying
    Dealing with axe murderers
  • 5
    An important issue not covered in the chapter ..?
    The secret of Mother Theresa’s success
    The Aspirin effect
    The ‘female advantage’ in team leadership
  • 6
    Which company promoted a Cuban immigrant to lead a global organization ..?
    Coca Cola
  • 7
    Recent maps of power have been based on ..?
    Contingency theory
    Categorical imperatives
    Critical theory and post-modern approaches
  • 8
    Critical theory is ..?
    A powerful way of exploring inequalities with particular reference to power relationships
    Rejection of the usefulness of theory
    Rejection of social constructed ideas in favour of establishing objective realities
  • 9
    Critical theory makes use of a map-testing approach known as ..?
    Marxist dialectics
    Deconstruction of texts
    Constructive criticism
  • 10
    Gender studies apply critical theory primarily ..?
    To reveal hidden gender issues in texts
    To refute claims that women are more critical than men
    To promote world peace

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