F1 (BT) – Chapter 18 MCQ’s (Individuals, groups and teams) – ACCA

This is ACCA F1 (BT/FBT) Business and Technology multiple-choice questions (MCQs).

These multiple-choice questions (MCQs) are designed to help ACCA F1 students to better understand the exam format. We aim to instill in students the habit of practicing online for their CBE exams. By doing so, students can reduce exam stress and prepare more effectively.

Please note:

  • Students should not attempt these MCQs until they have finished the entire chapter.
  • All questions are compulsory, so please do not skip any.

We hope that these MCQs will be a valuable resource for students preparing for the ACCA F1 (BT/FBT) exam.


Course: ACCA
Fundamental Level: Knowledge, FIA
Subject: Business And Technology
Paper: F1 – BT/FBT
Chapter: Individuals, groups and teams
Chapter Number: 18 of the Practice and Exam Kit; and 22 of the Study Text
Syllabus Area: D – Leading and managing individuals and teams
Questions Type: MCQs
Exam Section: Section A

Number of the Questions

There are 17 Questions in this Online F1 MCQ Test that cover Chapter 18, Individuals, groups and teams of ACCA F1 (BT/FBT) Business and Technology Module.


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F1 - Chapter 18 - Part D Test - MCQs and MTQs

1 / 17

Which of the following is NOT a key tool of team building?

2 / 17

If a team is bogged down in argument, and discussion is turning hostile, which of the following types of contribution would the team leader seek to discourage?

3 / 17

Which of the following would be an effective technique for encouraging healthy team solidarity?

4 / 17

A team is winding up a challenging project that it has been working on for some time. Next week, the same team will go on to a new project with quite different challenges.

Which stage of the group development model is this team likely to be going through?

5 / 17

A team leader is having difficulties with conflict in the team, due to 'clashes' or incompatibilities in the personalities of two of its members. The leader draws up a list of options for managing the problem.

Which option, from the following list, would be the least practicable?

6 / 17

Team-leader Arnica has given a briefing stating the current situation and asking for suggestions to move the project on. What stage is the team current at?

7 / 17

Which of the following theories suggests that people behave according to other people's expectations of how they should behave in that situation?

8 / 17

At the Soli-Darretty Bros factory, a project team has been put together by management. The team are engaged in debating how they are going to approach the task, and who is going to do what. Some of their first ideas have not worked out but they are starting to put forward some really innovative ideas: they get quite excited in brainstorming sessions, and are uninhibited in putting forward their views and suggestions. Factions are emerging, not only around different ideas, but around two dominating individuals who always seem to disagree.

At what stage of Tuckman's group development model is this team?

9 / 17

................ are mental states (made up of thoughts, feelings and intentions) which influence an individual's response to all objects and situations with which they are related.

Which word correctly completes this definition?

10 / 17

An organisation has set up a team in which any member of the team can perform the full range of its tasks. The manager is able to share out tasks between members according to who is available to do a given job when it is required.

What sort of team organisation does this describe?

11 / 17

Team-member Tom is one of those people who is dynamic and thrives on pressure. He tends to be the one who challenges and pushes other team members, sometimes annoying or upsetting them – but also getting the team past difficult periods.

Which of Belbin's team roles does Tom exercise?

12 / 17

Which of the following is most clearly a sign of an ineffective group?

13 / 17

In Belbin's model of team roles, which of the following is most important for a well-functioning team?

14 / 17

Grant is a member of a project team. His colleagues in the team rely on him to read and check complex project documentation. Grant has a keen eye for detail and often identifies minor details in documents that others miss but may be of significance. Despite the diligent approach, Grant always meets his deadlines. However, some of Grant's colleagues feel frustrated when he refuses to involve others. He can hold up progress as he will not agree to the team signing off project documents until all of his concerns are fully discussed.

According to Belbin's team roles theory, Grant is an example of which of the following?

15 / 17

A team is having a brainstorming session and one member suggests 'Let's move on to something else as we're getting nowhere'. What type of contribution is this?

16 / 17

What is the most important attribute of a 'group', which distinguishes it from a random crowd of people?

17 / 17

For which of the following applications is teamworking NOT best suited?

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