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Read the paragraph below and answer the questions that follow. Select the correct answers from the choices given.
The product, which needed to be redeveloped four times, was finally ready to be tested by a small consumer group. Just under 20 people were asked to use the device for a week before submitting their comments; of this number, only one was positive about the product. Despite such underwhelming support, the product was released in 1998 only to be recalled 4 months later when design flaws caused wide cracks in the casing. Re-released in 2001, the device had to be brought back to the factory for a second time, this time with issues of connectivity.
Question 1: On how many occasions was the product recalled?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2: Breaks in the casing of the product revealed that _________CorrectIncorrect
Read the paragraph below and answer the question that follows. Select the correct answer from the choices given.
With the domestic economy already saturated, the competition for international markets was fierce. Nevertheless, AEL quickly expanded its overseas market share. Middle management had a significant role in this success; despite lacking the authority to make significant input in the more important decisions of the organisation, their approach boosted staff morale and consequent productivity.
Question 3: Why has the organisation proven so successful?CorrectIncorrect