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The effects of group cohesion on the productivity of advisory groups that plan employee training programs in a university setting

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Robert P. Wislock

Abstract

Advisory groups are one important method that adult educators can use to plan programs. This study’s purpose was to determine if a relationship existed between group cohesiveness and productivity in advisory groups that plan training programs. The major finding indicated that there was a significant relationship between these two variables.

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The effects of group cohesion on the productivity of advisory groups that plan employee training programs in a university setting

Advisory groups are one important method that adult educators can use to plan programs. This study’s purpose was to determine if a relationship existed between group cohesiveness and productivity in advisory groups that plan training programs. The major finding indicated that there was a significant relationship between these two variables.