Master's Thesis: Blended-Learning Leadership Cohort Program
The goal of this study was to determine which of two instructional design and delivery modalities (blended cohorts or traditional classroom) will best improve the application of new leadership strategies among the management team at a Fortune 100 company.

The experiment was conducted using a collection of quantitative and qualitative data through a Likert survey instrument. The data was then analyzed using inferential and descriptive statistical analysis using the mean and Pearson's r.

The research proposes that the learning barriers are created in corporate leadership classroom-based training programs and are removed in a small cohort group learning environment. Additionally, social learning models that incorporate blended-learning cohorts foster vertical development and collective leadership which is a business imperative for today's competitive corporations.
Oral Defense: Blended-Learning Leadership Cohort Program
Real World Application of Research
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