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Hurricane Dan

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Group cohesiveness is largely a measure of how ________.

A) clear the group's goals are
B) much individuals share the group's goals
C) attainable the group's goals are
D) much the group's goals match organizational goals

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20PHO7

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Answer: B
Explanation: Cohesiveness is a measure of how much attraction there is between group members and the extent to which they share the group's goals, making the choice regarding individuals sharing the group's goals the correct response. How clear, attainable, or well-matched the group's goals are to the organization have little to do with group cohesion since none of these factors has much influence over how strongly group members identify with the group and with each other.

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