Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1995

Abstract

This study represents a preliminary inquiry ID to determine the value of combining SBI and Policy into a singular curriculum. A comparison of this combined formal was made wi1h the traditional Policy course. A slightly modified Job Diagnostic Survey (Hackman & Oldham, 1975) and a skills/usefulness scale (Hoffman, Fon1eno1 & Viswanathan, 1990) was administered to assess the difference between the two groups. Results suggested that the combined format met or exceeded the ou1comes of the traditional Policy course.

Comments

Watts, L., & Jackson, W. (1995). The SBI Program and Student Outcomes: A Study of Business Policy Classes. Journal Of Small Business Strategy, 6(1), 93-103.

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