Test tasks for intermediate control

Questions for conducting intermediate control

Questions for the exam

1. What is the main factor determining the role of research in modern management?

2. What is a research typology?

3. What determines the choice of the object of study?

4.Can research be a management function?

5. What is the subject of research?

6. Why is it necessary to study management?

7.What is the control system?

8. Why does research become a function of modern management?

9. Which of the definitions of the study do you consider the most complete?

10. What is the research methodology?

11. What are the main features of the research methodology?

12. What is the main feature of the dialectical approach to research?

13. What is the main feature of the study of socio-economic systems?

14. What is the main feature of the research concept?

15. What is meant by the purpose of the study?

16. What is the concept of the study?

17. What is the role of practice in the study of management systems?

18. What are the distinctive features of a systematic approach?

19. What is the purpose of the study?

20.What are research methods?

21. What are the advantages of a dialectical approach to research?

22. What does knowledge of the research typology give the manager?

23. What is research factology?

24. What is the problem?

25. How are the methodology and organization of management interrelated?

26. What is the main thing in a systematic approach to research?

27 What determines the role of formal logic in research?

28. What are the features of inductive research methods?

29. What is the difference between concepts and judgments?

30. What role does the classification of problems, factors, conditions, etc. play in the study?

31. What are the advantages of the testing method?

32. What are the main features of diversified research methods?

33. Is it possible to explore the control system with the help of a business game?

34. What management problems are best explored through testing?

35. What is the purpose of a SWOT analysis?

36. What determines the effectiveness of using the “brainstorming” method?

38. What are the features of the method of synectic research of problems?

39. What elements make up the methods of designing concepts?

40. What is the main feature of the organization of the study?

41. What element does the structure of the research program imply?

42. What characterizes research technology?

43. What is the role of counseling in the organization of the study?

44. What is the main condition for the formation of integral intelligence?

45. What are the benefits of research diversification?

46. What characterizes the quality of research?

47. What factor determines the success of the study?

48. What characterizes the validity of the indicator?

49. How does the strategy of research thinking affect the effectiveness of research?

50. What characterizes the concept of research potential?

Test tasks for intermediate control

Option 1

1. What is the main factor determining the role of research in modern management?

A. Ability to use computer technology.

B. The level of development of management science.

B. Creativity of the manager and his team

D. The complexity of the problems being solved.

D. Staff motivation.

2. What is a research typology?

A. Research Logic.

B. The set of types of research identified for certain samples

B. Classification of study types.

D. Separation of various studies according to the criteria of their effectiveness.

E. Selecting a study that meets the needs of a particular situation.

3. What determines the choice of the object of study?

A. A feature of the problem under study.

B. The area of manifestation and existence of the problem under study.

B. The purpose and functions of management.

G. Priorities in managerial activity of the manager.

D. The typicality of the problem.

4. Can research be a management function?

A. Can under exceptional crisis management conditions.

B. Research should always be one of the main functions of management.

B. Research is not a management function, but a stage in the development of a management decision.

D. Research can be a management function if the manager is creative about his work.

E. Research is not a management function, but a specific form of information processing.

5. What is the subject of research?

A. Situation.

B. Management decision.

B. Basic properties and characteristics of control.

D. Problem.

D. Human activity.

6. What is the research methodology?

A. A set of research methods.

B. Research Logic.

B. Planned approach to research.

D. Compliance with the goals, means and methods of research.

D. An effective method of obtaining knowledge.

7. What are the main features of the research methodology?

A. In the sequence of research operations.

B. In purposes, approaches and methods of research.

B. In the modeling of research processes and the study of the behavior of models.

D. In obtaining and processing information about the object under study.

E. In the activities of research groups.

8. What is the main feature of the dialectical approach to research?

A. A clear definition of the object and subject of research.

B. Search for contradictions and ways to resolve them.

B. Using a systematic approach to research.

D. Accounting for trends in social development.

E. Combination of induction and deduction in the analysis of all problems.

9. What is the main feature of the study of socio-economic systems?

A. Obtaining objective information is difficult.

B. The boundaries of the object of study are blurred.

B. Limited room for experimentation.

D. The decisive importance of a systematic approach.

D. Dynamism of the process of functioning.

10. What is meant by the purpose of the study?

A. Choice of the subject of research.

B. The main focus of the study.

B. The problem of development.

D. Knowledge of development trends.

D. Search for ways of effective development.

11. Name the main feature of the research concept.

A. Availability of all necessary information.

B. Availability of resources needed to conduct the study.

B. A set of key provisions on the methodology and organization of the study.

D. A set of effective approaches and research.

D. Plan for the organization and conduct of the study.

12. What is the research concept?

A. The concept of research is the paradigm of its conduct.

B. The concept of research is the main characteristic of its organization.

B. This is a set of key provisions that define the methodology and organization of the study.

D. This is a set of hypotheses that determine the research program.

E. This is a property of the integrity of the study.

13. What is the role of practice in the study of management systems?

A. Describes the empirical basis of the study.

B. It is a source of problems and a criterion for evaluating their solution.

B. Reflects the need and role of research in management development.

G. Is the sphere of implementation of the results of the study.

D. Is the object and subject of research.

14. What are the distinctive features of the systems approach?

A. Use of mathematical modeling tools.

B. The decisive role of the human factor – the thinking of the researcher.

B. Establish system-forming factors for any research problem.

D. Determining the conditions for the integrity of phenomena, its elements and connections between them.

E. Carrying out a typological analysis of elements and their relationships.

15. What is the purpose of the study?

A. The result that the researcher seeks to obtain.

B. Resolution of the problem that serves as the subject of research.

B. Implementation of the management system development forecast.

D. Determining the formula for practical action to resolve the problem.

E. Using the scientific apparatus to achieve an effective solution to the problem.

16. What determines the role of formal logic in research?

A. Ensuring the consistency of reasoning.

B. The use of effective schemes for proving the truth of judgments.

B. In the Rules for Operating Concepts and Drawing Inferences.

D. Creative approach to research.

E. Possibilities of modeling connections and relationships.

17. What are the features of inductive research methods?

A. Reflect the personality of the researcher.

B. Constructed according to the scheme of generalization of facts.

B. Require clear definitions of concepts.

D. These are methods of inducting concepts from the facts of reality.

E. These are methods of optimal accumulation of facts to obtain an objective conclusion.

18. What is the difference between concepts and judgments?

A. Concepts reflect the facts of reality, and judgments reflect the understanding of these facts.

B. They have a different role in thinking. Judgment characterizes a higher level of thinking.

B. They have different functions in thinking. The concept fixes the phenomenon, the judgment characterizes the properties of the phenomenon.

D. A judgment is always individualized, while a concept reflects a general approach.

E. A concept is an element of judgment.

19. What role does the classification of problems, factors, conditions, etc. play in the study?

A. Defines an integrated approach to research.

B. Allows you to determine the properties of phenomena.

B. Promotes ordering and ranking (problems, factors, properties, etc.)

D. Gives additional information.

D. Promotes the search for new factors.

20. Which of the listed methods belongs to the general scientific ones?

A. Statistical analysis.

B. Morphological analysis.

B. Sociometric analysis.

D. Testing.

D. Timing .

21. What are the advantages of the testing method?

A. Depth of problem disclosure.

B. Simplicity and accessibility, does not require special knowledge.

B. Quantitative certainty.

D. Allows you to exclude psychological and personal nuances.

D. Allows you to quickly get information material.

22. What are the main features of diversified research methods?

A. They are the most pronounced features of the object of study

B. They are based on mathematical modeling.

B. These methods are built on a combination of methodology, psychology and research organization.

D. These are the methods of the information-psychological approach to research.

D. Reflect a combination of experience and intuition of the researcher.

23. Is it possible to explore the control system with the help of a business game?

A. The business game is for acquiring problem-solving skills, not for exploring them.

B . It all depends on the nature and type of business game.

B. With the help of a business game, one can study the behavior of its individual participants, and not the management system as a whole.

D. The business game, as a rule, is built on conditional information and therefore it cannot be used as a method for studying the control system.

E. If a computer is used in a business game, it can be used as a research method.

24. What management issues are best explored through testing?

A. Any management problems.

B. Only problems of organizational behavior.

B. Unstructured problems of management development.

D. Problems that do not have a quantification methodology.

E. Only local problems, the study of which does not require large resources.

25. What is the content of the SWOT analysis method?

A. This is a method of structuring peer reviews.

B. This is a method of matrix comparison of opposite estimates.

B. This is a method for calculating the indicators of the state of the control system.

D. This is a method for determining trends in the development of the management system.

D. This is a special form of sociological research.

26. What is the main feature of the research organization?

A. Difficulties in the functional division of research activities.

B. Pronounced dependence on the type of study.

B. Special consideration of the socio-psychological factors of research activities.

D. The impossibility of planning the time factors of the study.

E. Accounting for the relationship between methodology and research organization.

27. What elements does the structure of the research program imply?

A. Types of research activities, regulations, responsibility, problem, performers.

B. Purpose of the study, problem, resources, result, hypothesis.

B. Time, staff requirements, problem, concept, result.

D. The purpose of the study, organization, resources, problem, concept.

E. Research plan, priorities, result, management, timing.

28. What characterizes research technology?

A. Option to use research methods.

B. The system of research standards.

B. Understanding the problem under study and how to solve it.

D. The combination and sequence of actions of the researcher.

E. Distribution of time by type of research work.

29. What characterizes the quality of research?

A. Successful problem solving.

B. The set of research properties.

B. Practical content and significance of the study.

D. Properties and characteristics of the study, reflecting the needs of the development of management.

D. Methods of research, allowing to reveal the content of the problem.

30. What factor determines the success of a study?

A. Computer use.

B. Completeness of information about the problem

B. Organization of the study.

D. Research methodology.

D. The creative potential of the manager.

Option 2

1. Why is it necessary to study management?

A. To improve the qualifications of a manager.

B. To improve the quality of management decisions.

B. To develop a management strategy.

D. To effectively improve management.

D. For more information when making decisions.

2. What is the control system?

A. The structure of the organs and links of management.

B. A set of interrelated elements that form integrity.

B. Organizational form of management.

D. A set of actions of management personnel aimed at achieving goals.

E. A set of characteristics reflecting the state of control.

3. Why is research becoming a function of modern management?

A. The educational level of managers is increasing.

B. Competition intensifies.

B. The computer expands the possibility of analysis.

D. The complexity of the problems being solved increases.

D. The development of science contributes to this.

4. Which of the definitions of the study do you consider the most complete?

A. How to get more information.

B. Type of human activity.

B. Way of using knowledge in practice.

D. Analysis and design skills.

D. Knowledge of the laws of nature and society.

5. What are research methods?

A. Study optimization tools.

B. Definition of the composition of problems.

B. Research methods.

D. Research abilities of the manager.

D. Research algorithm.

6. What are the advantages of a dialectical approach to research?

A. Requires quantification.

B. Involves taking into account the human factor.

B. Focuses on the search for contradictions.

D. Gives new knowledge.

D. Has a universal character.

7. What does knowledge of the research typology give the manager?

A. Allows efficient use of resources

B. Defines the organization of the study.

B. Successful formation of a team of researchers.

D. Promotes the choice of the best type.

D. Give an objective assessment of the problem.

8. What is research evidence?

A. Use of factual material in the research process.

B. Verification of information.

B. Information processing methods.

D. The system of working with facts.

D. Explanation of the facts.

9. What is the problem?

A. Crisis situations in management development.

B. Direction of research.

B. A collection of information about the state of the system.

G. Development trend of management system.

D. A contradiction requiring resolution.

10. How are the methodology and organization of management interrelated?

A. Methodology determines the type and form of the organization.

B. They do not have a direct relationship.

B. The organization determines the choice of research methodology.

D. The connection is consistent with the criterion of study effectiveness.

E. Methodology determines the receipt of information, organization determines its processing.

11. What is the main thing in a systematic approach to research?

A. Manager’s mindset.

B. Knowledge of the subject of research.

B. Ability to simulate phenomena.

D. Determination of the integrity and connection of phenomena.

D. Availability of all necessary information.

12. What determines the role of formal logic in research?

A. Ensuring the consistency of reasoning.

B. The use of effective schemes for proving the truth of judgments.

B. In the Rules for Operating Concepts and Drawing Inferences.

D. Creative approach to research.

E. Possibilities of modeling connections and relationships.

13. What are the features of inductive research methods?

A. Reflect the personality of the researcher.

B. Constructed according to the scheme of generalization of facts.

B. Require clear definitions of concepts.

D. These are methods of inducting concepts from the facts of reality.

E. These are methods of optimal accumulation of facts to obtain an objective conclusion.

14. What is the difference between concepts and judgments?

A. Concepts reflect the facts of reality, and judgments reflect the understanding of these facts.

B. They have a different role in thinking. Judgment characterizes a higher level of thinking.

B. They have different functions in thinking. The concept fixes the phenomenon, the judgment characterizes the properties of the phenomenon.

D. A judgment is always individualized, while a concept reflects a general approach.

E. A concept is an element of judgment.

15. What role does the classification of problems, factors, conditions, etc. play in the study?

A. Defines an integrated approach to research.

B. Allows you to determine the properties of phenomena.

B. Promotes ordering and ranking (problems, factors, properties, etc.)

D. Gives additional information.

D. Promotes the search for new factors.

16. Which of the listed methods is general scientific?

A. Statistical analysis.

B. Morphological analysis.

B. Sociometric analysis.

D. Testing.

D. Timing .

17. What determines the effectiveness of using the “brainstorming” method?

A. Temporary regulation of the work of the research group.

B. A combination of methodology and organization of the work of the research group.

B. Organizational conditions for the realization of the creative potential of each member of the research group.

D. Study group selection

D. Information support for the work of the research group.

18. What are the features of the method of synectic research of problems?

A. This method is based on the art of combining creative potentials in certain organizational conditions of the joint activity of researchers.

B. This is a method of combining emotions and knowledge in the research activities of the group.

B. This is a method of psychological regulation of research activities, achieving a state of “insight”.

D. The main feature is the use of individual experience in the overall intellectual activity.

E. This is a method of obtaining new knowledge by combining its various types from different fields of science.

19. What are synectics operators?

A. Psychological factors stimulating the creative process of the synectic group.

B. Regulations and standards that allow you to regulate the organizational modes of operation of the synectic group.

B. Techniques for non-traditional problem analysis.

D. Models of interaction between creative potentials of researchers.

E. Types of analogies used in the study of problems.

20. What are the elements of concept design methods?

A. Divergences, transformations and convergences.

B. Differentiations, decompositions and stratifications.

B. Subordination, qualifications, competencies.

D. Divergences, conferences, concentrations

D. Qualifications, cybernetization, informatization.

21. What is the role of counseling in the organization of the study?

A. Is a necessary element of any research.

B. Characterizes the result of research activities.

B. Not necessarily an element of the study.

D. Anticipates the study, ensuring its effectiveness.

E. Study management tool.

22. What is the main condition for the formation of integral intelligence?

A. Having a leader in the study group.

B. The nature of the problem (complexity, weak structure, etc.)

B. Social and psychological characteristics of the study participants (research group), types of creative individuals.

D. A special type of organization of joint research activities.

E. Combination of the organization of work and the creative abilities of researchers.

23. What are the benefits of research diversification?

A. Increases research efficiency through the combined use of different methods.

B. Allows the most rational distribution of resources allocated for research.

B. Promotes more efficient use of mathematical modeling and computer technology in research.

D. Takes into account the creative potential of researchers.

D. Organized on the basis of a research program.

24. What characterizes the validity of an indicator?

A. Index construction.

B. Compliance with the measured parameter.

B. Synthetic indicator.

D. Methodology of the indicator.

D. Purposes of practical use.

25. How does the research thinking strategy affect the effectiveness of the research?

A. Subordinates thinking to the main task of research.

B. Allows you to form or choose the best methodological scheme of research.

B. It is an alternative to spontaneous thinking and thus reduces the creative potential of the research process.

D. Using the method of switching strategies allows you to find a compromise between flexible and rigid thinking.

E. The strategy of thinking, if it is consciously formed, is contrary to inspiration, without which there can be no effective research.

26. What characterizes the concept of research potential?

A. This is the educational level of the researcher.

B. This is the availability of all the necessary information for the study.

B. It is an opportunity to choose and use the necessary research methods

D. This is the opportunity to use the necessary resources to conduct research.

D. This is the content and properties of the problem, the possibility of its resolution in the process of research.

27. What is the most correct definition of the concept of “research effectiveness”?

A. Confirmation of the working hypothesis by the result of the study.

B. Comparison of the research result with the costs of obtaining it.

B. The degree of achievement of the stated goal of the study.

D. Possibility of practical use of the research results.

D. Recommendations adopted for practical use.

28. What determines the role of indicators in the study of management systems?

A. Mathematical form of representation of facts.

B. Quantitative certainty of information about the problem under study.

B. Allow to evaluate the phenomena; without evaluation it is impossible to understand the problem.

D. An indicator is a means of organizing information about a problem.

E. Indicators determine the research methodology.

29. What is the role of time for the effectiveness of research?

A. Time is the resource of effective research. Changes can become irreversible if they are not explored and understood in time.

B. Time is one of the characteristics of the “maturity of the problem”, the effectiveness of the study depends on this characteristic.

B. Time is a factor in research organization; there is no organization outside of time, its planning and use.

D. There are different problems; there are “eternal problems” for which the time factor is not essential.

E. The role of time is determined mainly by the researcher, his experience, knowledge, creative abilities, motivation of research activities.

30. What is the role of practice in the study of management systems?

A. Describes the empirical basis of the study.

B. It is a source of problems and a criterion for evaluating their solution.

B. Reflects the need and role of research in management development.

G. Is the sphere of implementation of the results of the study.

D. Is the object and subject of research.

Assessment scale for test items

Over 80% of test answers are correct Excellent / Passed
60 to 80% of test answers are correct Good / Passed
40 to 60% of test answers are correct Satisfactory / Passed
Up to 40% of test answers are correct Unsatisfactory / Failed

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