Michael Scott wants to stress the Fundamentals of Business to the Scranton employees. These are the rules that all Dunder Mifflin employees should live by, on order to be an effective salesperson. Can you get inside Michael's brain and figure out what his rules are? Find out now!
- You will be presented with 12 multiple choice questions.
- You will be given 20 seconds to answer each question. The faster you answer correctly, the more points you will receive. Every second the timer counts down, $1 will be taken off your score for that question.
- In each question you'll be given four answer choices. Pretend you are Michael Scott and choose the answer you think best represents his business sense.
- Once you've chosen Michael's answer, then move onto the next. When you've completed the quiz, you'll find out if your final score and SchruteBuck total.
You may only take this quiz ONE TIME, so make sure you are ready to take the whole quiz when you click "Start."
All rewards are payable in SchruteBucks, the official currency of Dunder Mifflin Infinity.
- Maximum Sb for each correct answer: $20. NOTE: While the timer counts down your SchruteBucks in seconds, we will round your score to the nearest 5 or 10.
- Maximum possible Sb for this task: $240
In order to qualify for the monthly Employee Prize for October, you must complete the quiz no later than Thursday, Oct. 22nd, 2009 at 9 AM PT/12 PM ET.
Here are the quiz questions, but you must login and play to see the choices offered for each:
1. The most important thing to do right before you meet a client:
2. If you have to wait in a waiting room, never:
3. If you're positive you're going to make a sale, by all means:
4. During a sales meeting, it's appropriate to:
5. When leaving a sales meeting:
6. If you're meeting with multiple clients at once, always:
7. When making eye contact, it's important that you:
9. When meeting with a client, always bring:
10. When taking a client out to lunch, always:
11. The best impression to do for a client is:
12. The best place to conduct a business meeting is: