Goal Alignment Between Executives and Employees


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Running head: GOAL ALIGNMENT
Goal Alignment Between Executives and Employees
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This study seeks to define the relationship between an alignment of goals between executives and employees in small businesses with an increase in productivity. To achieve this measure, the study will reflect the findings of previous research that indicates a correlation between positive organizational functioning and shared goals. The study will measure the treatment of a goal alignment workshop and its correlation to improved productivity in executive and employee populations in two separate organizations, all participants in the adhesive tape industry. The research question is: Does alignment of goals between executives and employees...
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