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Cohen, Michael; Billsberry, Jon – Journal of Management Education, 2014
Advocates of rubrics have claimed that the inclusion of employers in the shaping of management education rubrics can help students demonstrate to employers that they have relevant managerial skills. There is an inevitable logic to this argument. Let employers determine what they want from graduates, and academics can then design programs to…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Administrator Education, Undergraduate Study, Graduate Study
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Rollag, Keith; Billsberry, Jon – Journal of Management Education, 2012
Education has always been slow on the uptake of new technology. Instructors have established time-worn methods of teaching, and the performance nature of the job puts an emphasis on reliability and predictability. The last thing an instructor wants to be doing is fumbling around trying to make something work in front of an audience of 200…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Active Learning, Administrator Education, Learning Experience
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Billsberry, Jon; Gilbert, Louise H. – Journal of Management Education, 2008
This article makes a case for using Roald Dahl's children's fantasy and morality tale "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" to teach recruitment and selection. It draws attention to its relevance in illustrating and explaining three different recruitment and selection paradigms: psychometric, social process, and fit. It argues that the use of this…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Fantasy, Psychometrics, Recruitment