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Read the Rodenstock case study (pdf) and then choose the nearest correct answer to the following 20 questions.
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Q1: What kind of time horizon does Rodenstock typically operate on and which time horizon did it use in managing the Think Spectacles project?
Q2: In terms of the Sustainable Leadership practices related to valuing stakeholders at Rodenstock, which is the least true statement?
Q3: Which of these is NOT a practice at Rodenstock?
Q4: Rodenstock’s attitude towards social and environmental responsibility is
Q5: In managing the major change, Rodenstock
Q6: Rodenstock’s values framework places responsibility and accountability
Q7: The leadership culture at Rodenstock was
Q8: Innovation at Rodenstock is
Q9: Which of the following Sustainable Leadership Performance Outcomes are evident at Rodenstock?
Q10: In the Rodenstock case study, which of the following applies
Q11: Rodenstock adopted the strategy of increasing markups on its products because the lenses and frames are of very high quality and customers would buy them anyway.
Q12: Rodenstock outsources its Research & Development function because it is cheaper to do so.
Q13: Rodenstock views itself as being in the relationship business rather than as just a manufacturer.
Q14: Rodenstock sees success as the outcome of top management’s activities rather than being the joint effort of everyone in the company.
Q15: A number of metrics contribute to this firm’s sustainability, such as quality, innovation and its brand, not just financial outcomes.
Q16: Rodenstock sees it as part of its mission to contribute to society and the environment.
Q17: Knowledge and continuous learning are important, managed processes at Rodenstock.
Q18: Rodenstock employees are NOT expected to use their judgement in furthering the interests of the company, that is left to managers.
Q19: Rodenstock devolves considerable responsibility to individual workers.
Q20: Rodenstock management believes that it does enough for society by simply paying its taxes and further involvement with society is unnecessary.