UGC NET PAPER 1 June Shift (Pack of 3) - UGC NET PAPER 1 24th June 2019 Evening Shift

Read the following passage and answer the question:
A business will usually go through a clear set of stages that will make up its organizational lie cycle. These stages include an introduction, early growth, continuous growth, maturity, and decline. The first stage, the introduction state, is the start-up phase where a business decides what its core strengths
and capabilities are and starts selling its product or service. At this early stage, the founder or founders will be a part of every aspect of the daily process of the business. The main goal at this stage is to take off to a good start and make a place in the market.
The next stage, the early growth phase, aims at increased sales and more development. The focus at this stage remains on the original product or service but the effort is to increase the market share and venture into related products or services. The main goal is to move the founder to a more managerial role so more time is spent on managing and building the business. At this stage, documents and policies need to be developed so any member of the organization can see the business at any time.
The third stage, the continuous growth stage, requires a systematic structure and more formal relationships among its participants. At this stage, the resource requirements of the business need careful handling. The focus is on the expansion of the business, keeping in mind its core strength and capability. A formal organizational structure and a clear delegation plan are important at this stage.
At the fourth stage of maturity, a business often slows down as the level of innovative energy may have become weak and the formal structures may have become obstacles. A lot of care is required to prevent decline.

Read the following passage and answer the question:
A business will usually go through a clear set of stages that will make up its organizational lie cycle. These stages include an introduction, early growth, continuous growth, maturity, and decline. The first stage, the introduction state, is the start-up phase where a business decides what its core strengths
and capabilities are and starts selling its product or service. At this early stage, the founder or founders will be a part of every aspect of the daily process of the business. The main goal at this stage is to take off to a good start and make a place in the market.
The next stage, the early growth phase, aims at increased sales and more development. The focus at this stage remains on the original product or service but the effort is to increase the market share and venture into related products or services. The main goal is to move the founder to a more managerial role so more time is spent on managing and building the business. At this stage, documents and policies need to be developed so any member of the organization can see the business at any time.
The third stage, the continuous growth stage, requires a systematic structure and more formal relationships among its participants. At this stage, the resource requirements of the business need careful handling. The focus is on the expansion of the business, keeping in mind its core strength and capability. A formal organizational structure and a clear delegation plan are important at this stage.
At the fourth stage of maturity, a business often slows down as the level of innovative energy may have become weak and the formal structures may have become obstacles. A lot of care is required to prevent decline.

Read the following passage and answer the question:
A business will usually go through a clear set of stages that will make up its organizational lie cycle. These stages include an introduction, early growth, continuous growth, maturity, and decline. The first stage, the introduction state, is the start-up phase where a business decides what its core strengths
and capabilities are and starts selling its product or service. At this early stage, the founder or founders will be a part of every aspect of the daily process of the business. The main goal at this stage is to take off to a good start and make a place in the market.
The next stage, the early growth phase, aims at increased sales and more development. The focus at this stage remains on the original product or service but the effort is to increase the market share and venture into related products or services. The main goal is to move the founder to a more managerial role so more time is spent on managing and building the business. At this stage, documents and policies need to be developed so any member of the organization can see the business at any time.
The third stage, the continuous growth stage, requires a systematic structure and more formal relationships among its participants. At this stage, the resource requirements of the business need careful handling. The focus is on the expansion of the business, keeping in mind its core strength and capability. A formal organizational structure and a clear delegation plan are important at this stage.
At the fourth stage of maturity, a business often slows down as the level of innovative energy may have become weak and the formal structures may have become obstacles. A lot of care is required to prevent decline.

13. The founder of a business does not move to a more managerial role at which stage?

  • Option : D
  • Explanation : 'At this early stage, the founder or founders will be a part of every aspect of the daily process of the business'(paragraph 1). The founder moves to a managerial role in the later stage of growth (paragraph 2).
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Read the following passage and answer the question:
A business will usually go through a clear set of stages that will make up its organizational lie cycle. These stages include an introduction, early growth, continuous growth, maturity, and decline. The first stage, the introduction state, is the start-up phase where a business decides what its core strengths
and capabilities are and starts selling its product or service. At this early stage, the founder or founders will be a part of every aspect of the daily process of the business. The main goal at this stage is to take off to a good start and make a place in the market.
The next stage, the early growth phase, aims at increased sales and more development. The focus at this stage remains on the original product or service but the effort is to increase the market share and venture into related products or services. The main goal is to move the founder to a more managerial role so more time is spent on managing and building the business. At this stage, documents and policies need to be developed so any member of the organization can see the business at any time.
The third stage, the continuous growth stage, requires a systematic structure and more formal relationships among its participants. At this stage, the resource requirements of the business need careful handling. The focus is on the expansion of the business, keeping in mind its core strength and capability. A formal organizational structure and a clear delegation plan are important at this stage.
At the fourth stage of maturity, a business often slows down as the level of innovative energy may have become weak and the formal structures may have become obstacles. A lot of care is required to prevent decline.

Read the following passage and answer the question:
A business will usually go through a clear set of stages that will make up its organizational lie cycle. These stages include an introduction, early growth, continuous growth, maturity, and decline. The first stage, the introduction state, is the start-up phase where a business decides what its core strengths
and capabilities are and starts selling its product or service. At this early stage, the founder or founders will be a part of every aspect of the daily process of the business. The main goal at this stage is to take off to a good start and make a place in the market.
The next stage, the early growth phase, aims at increased sales and more development. The focus at this stage remains on the original product or service but the effort is to increase the market share and venture into related products or services. The main goal is to move the founder to a more managerial role so more time is spent on managing and building the business. At this stage, documents and policies need to be developed so any member of the organization can see the business at any time.
The third stage, the continuous growth stage, requires a systematic structure and more formal relationships among its participants. At this stage, the resource requirements of the business need careful handling. The focus is on the expansion of the business, keeping in mind its core strength and capability. A formal organizational structure and a clear delegation plan are important at this stage.
At the fourth stage of maturity, a business often slows down as the level of innovative energy may have become weak and the formal structures may have become obstacles. A lot of care is required to prevent decline.

15. When will a business create its place in the market?

  • Option : B
  • Explanation : refer to the last line of the first paragraph: 'The main goal ... make a place in the market.'
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