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Sajjad1994 can you please post the explanation for this . Not sure how A-1 and A-2 are being manifested here.Thanks :D


A1 : Most employees included in at least some decisions

Interview Tab ( Point number 4) : Dancers stay with the company because of the collegial and collaborative atmosphere among the dancers and the resident choreographer; the cause of this atmosphere is attributed to the company's egalitarian structure.

Interview Tab ( Point number 5) : Dancers stay with the company because they enjoy participating with the resident choreographer in the design process, as it teaches them this choreographer's renowned style and approach.

Meaning :-

Collegial : happy to work with each other
Collaborative : involving two or more people working together for a special purpose

These employees are happily working with each other and they are a part of design process so it indicates that they must be giving some suggestions to the choreographer and they might be included. So this indicates that their decisions are being respected.
Read point 4 and point 5 together to get a broader picture for this answer.

A2 : Valuable training provided

Interview Tab ( Point number 2) : Dancers come in pursuit of the goal of working with the company's prestigious resident choreographer.

Interview Tab ( Point number 5) : Dancers stay with the company because they enjoy participating with the resident choreographer in the design process, as it teaches them this choreographer's renowned style and approach.

The highlighted words indicates about the valuable training provided.

As the choreographer is prestigious (respected; having a good reputation) and is having a renowned style and approach , it means they are being provided valuable training.
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could anyone help to explain question 2 &3? Many thanks!
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What is the explanation of question 2?
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Hi, Sajjad1994, Tag ''GMATPrep'' means, all these questions are from Official Mocks, right?
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Hi, Sajjad1994, Tag ''GMATPrep'' means, all these questions are from Official Mocks, right?


Yes! Correct.
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The table provides select and accurate information about the ballet company identified on the Interviews tab alongside relevant industrywide averages (arithmetic mean) for all professional European ballet companies.

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Q1 > I think that manifested meaning supposed to be "clearly show" ?

So for A1 : Most employees included in at least some decisions > I think we are just infer that they can make some decisions ? Even "participating with the resident choreographer in the design process" may be they just watch and learn ?
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Q1 > I think that manifested meaning supposed to be "clearly show" ?

So for A1 : Most employees included in at least some decisions > I think we are just infer that they can make some decisions ? Even "participating with the resident choreographer in the design process" may be they just watch and learn ?

­Agreed. Whether the employees are included in 'decisions' or not seems to be open to interpretation. In question's like these, shouldn't we select a choice when we are quite sure that it is true? GMATNinja , GMATCoachBen , KarishmaB
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tuyaras wrote:
Q1 > I think that manifested meaning supposed to be "clearly show" ?

So for A1 : Most employees included in at least some decisions > I think we are just infer that they can make some decisions ? Even "participating with the resident choreographer in the design process" may be they just watch and learn ?

­Agreed. Whether the employees are included in 'decisions' or not seems to be open to interpretation. In question's like these, shouldn't we select a choice when we are quite sure that it is true? GMATNinja , GMATCoachBen , KarishmaB

­This is a great question and it gets to the heart of what's going on in some of the toughest DI problems.

In the interview tabs, it doesn't really say directly that employees are included in decisions. But it does says that they work in a "collaborative atmosphere." (Is it really collaboration if you're not involved in ANY decisions?) And it does say that the structure is egalitarian. (If only the higher-ups made decisions, that seems more hierarchical than egalitarian, right?)

So it might not feel great. You're not going to know for sure that you're right. But you have to embrace the ambiguity, decide that the evidence is sufficient (or not), and be decisive. There's really no alternative.

I hope that helps a bit!
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Can you please elaborate on 2nd question 3 statement
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GMATNinja karishma

Can you please elaborate on 2nd question 3 statement

­Yes, please. I could not find an evidence for the 2nd Question 3rd statement.
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PReciSioN wrote:
tuyaras wrote:
Q1 > I think that manifested meaning supposed to be "clearly show" ?

So for A1 : Most employees included in at least some decisions > I think we are just infer that they can make some decisions ? Even "participating with the resident choreographer in the design process" may be they just watch and learn ?

­Agreed. Whether the employees are included in 'decisions' or not seems to be open to interpretation. In question's like these, shouldn't we select a choice when we are quite sure that it is true? GMATNinja , GMATCoachBen , KarishmaB

­This is a great question and it gets to the heart of what's going on in some of the toughest DI problems.

In the interview tabs, it doesn't really say directly that employees are included in decisions. But it does says that they work in a "collaborative atmosphere." (Is it really collaboration if you're not involved in ANY decisions?) And it does say that the structure is egalitarian. (If only the higher-ups made decisions, that seems more hierarchical than egalitarian, right?)

So it might not feel great. You're not going to know for sure that you're right. But you have to embrace the ambiguity, decide that the evidence is sufficient (or not), and be decisive. There's really no alternative.

I hope that helps a bit!

­Hi everyone!

For question 1, could anyone explain please how do we infer that MOST employees are included in at least some decisions? Based on what is said in interviews 4 and 5, I see how we can confirm that at least some employees participate in decision-making, but I don't get how we can make a conclusion about MOST of the employees. Is it because it's said that interviews are "representative" samples?

Thanks!
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