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This technology provides realistic, life-sized holographic projections in which employees can hear and see collaborators as if they were physically present in the office.

A)Tele-immersion
B)Virtual training
C)Virtual retinal display
D)Digital Avatar
A)Tele-immersion

Page: 475
These teams do not have constant membership.

A)Self-managed teams
B)Workgroups
C)Squat teams
D)Virtual teams
D)Virtual teams

Page: 476
One of the principles of this technique is that resources that are devoted to the design and the delivery of instruction can be reallocated as appropriate.

A)Critical-incident method
B)Application process reengineering
C)Rapid instructional design
D)Continuum services technique
C)Rapid instructional design

Page: 477
Radio frequency identification chips implanted in products such as clothing, tires, and mechanical parts, that beam information via radio waves to employees processing handheld wireless devices, is an example of which type of learning.

A)RFID learning
B)Embedded learning
C)Wireless learning
D)Satellite learning
B)Embedded learning

Page: 479
A performance analysis approach could bring to light that poor employee performance may be due to all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

A)poor management.
B)inefficient technologies.
C)outdated technologies.
D)deficiencies in skills or knowledge.
D)deficiencies in skills or knowledge.

Page: 480
High-performance work systems require employees to understand the entire production and service system so they can better serve both internal and external customers.

A)True
B)False
A)True

Page: 481
The key decision in the future for companies will be how much training to outsource.

A)True
B)False
B)False
Page: 482
Although the concept of change is usually addressed in an organizational behavior course, the reality is that for new training or development practices to be successfully implemented, they must be accepted by the customer.

A)True
B)False
A)True

Page: 483
Through process reengineering a company can see what types of training practices work, and how they are implemented.

A)True
B)False
B)False

Page: 486
While managing a transition, it could be beneficial to allow an old practice and a new practice to exist simultaneously (run parallel) so that employees can see the benefits and advantages of the new practice.

A)True
B)False
A)True

Page: 490