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Thursday, March 10, 2016

IGNOU MS-26 Organisational Dynamics, 2015 Question Paper

IGNOU Question Paper
No. of Printed Pages : 4
MS-26
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
Term-End Examination
June, 2015
MS-26 : ORGANISATIONAL DYNAMICS
Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100
(Weightage 70%)
Note : (i) There are two Sections A and B.
(ii) Attempt any three questions from Section A.
(iii) Each question carries 20 marks.
(iv) Section - B is compulsory and carries 40 marks.

SECTION - A
1. Distinguish between 'natural' and 'created' groups. How do they manifest in organisations and what are their importance ? Explain with suitable examples.
2. Explain organisation as a system of roles and illustrate with example as to how role systems can be mapped ?
3. Define delegation. Briefly describe the concept, process forces influencing delegation citing
examples.
4. Discuss the concept and process of organisational learning.
5. Explain the relevance of ethics in modern organizations. Briefly discuss the issues involved in business ethics.
6. Write short notes on any three of the following :
(a) Conformity and obedience in groups
(b) RAT propounded by Thomas and Dayal
(c) Transformational leadership
(d) Diversity management
(e) Empowerment

SECTION - B
7. Read the case and answer the questions given at the end. Jagannath (Jaggu for his friends) is an
over-ambitious young man. For him ends justify means. With a diploma in engineering, Jaggu joined, in 1977, a Bangalore based company as Technical Assistant. He got himself enrolled as a student in an evening college and obtained his degree in engineering in 1982. Recognising his improved qualification, Jaggu was promoted as Engineer-Sales in 1984. Jaggu excelled himself in the new role and became the blue-eyed boy of the management. Promotions came to him in quick succession. He was made Manager-Sales in 1986 and Senior Manager-Marketing in 1988. Jaggu did not forget his academic pursuits. After being promoted as Engineer-Sales, he joined


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