Discusses the importance of living groups (eight participants who share a living room) in the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program development in effective learning groups. The diversity of the groups is a strength, but only a conscious and concerted effort of group development can take advantage of this strength. Outlines five steps in the development group, each team must. Suggests that action learning, the ability of the learning group to master in order to be effective, is also important in. .. Read more »

Discusses the importance of living groups (eight participants who share a living room) in the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program development in effective learning groups. The diversity of the groups is a strength, but only a conscious and concerted effort of group development can take advantage of this strength. Outlines five steps in the development group, each team must. Suggests that action learning, have the ability to dominate the study group to be effective, is also important, given in her back-home organizations, global competition and efficient markets.
A rewritten version of an earlier note.
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Developing an Effective Living Group in the General Management Program HBR case solution