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A key difference between the theories of Fiedler and Hersey and Blanchard is that

A key difference between the theories of Fiedler and Hersey and Blanchard is that

A key difference between the theories of Fiedler and Hersey and Blanchard is that


[A] Fiedler considered only task characteristics, while Hersey and Blanchard focused on the individual


[B] Hersey and Blanchard placed a greater emphasis on task characteristics than did Fiedler


[C] Fiedler examined a variety of characteristics, while Hersey and Blanchard focused solely on the individual


[D] All of the above

Liam Smith 29-Nov-2017

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