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Dachner, Alison M.; Polin, Beth – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Management education research has provided educators with new instructional tools to improve course design and update the methods used in the classroom. In an effort to provide the typical undergraduate management student with the best possible learning experience and outcomes, it is important to recognize how and why these new activities benefit…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Adult Students, Undergraduate Students, Adult Education
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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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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Lund Dean, Kathy – Journal of Management Education, 2014
While the scholarship of teaching and learning literature has made great advances in our understanding of how learning might best occur, the syllabus as a teaching and learning tool appears to have been almost completely left out of the developmental conversation. Overwhelmingly, extant literature about syllabi and their use focuses on operational…
Descriptors: Course Descriptions, Teaching Methods, Cognitive Processes, Administrator Education
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Lund Dean, Kathy; Fornaciari, Charles J. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
In our previous article about reconceptualizing the course syllabus, we argued that instructors must move syllabi beyond their traditional pedagogically-inspired focus on operational course norms if the syllabus is to remain relevant as a teaching and learning tool. Here, we take the andragogical ideas developed in the prior article and provide…
Descriptors: Course Descriptions, Andragogy, Teaching Methods, Cooperative Learning
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Eriksen, Matthew – Journal of Management Education, 2012
A "Model of Authentic Becoming" that conceptualizes learning as a continuous and ongoing embodied and relational process, and uses social constructionism assumptions as well as Kolb's experiential learning model as its point of departure, is presented. Through a focus on the subjective, embodied, and relational nature of organizational life, the…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Models, Empathy, Reflection
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Van Buskirk, William; London, Michael – Journal of Management Education, 2012
In this article, the authors argue that poetry provides a valuable if overlooked resource to the organizational behavior professor. The authors describe a workshop designed to evoke students' innate poetic metaphors to enable a more lively engagement with course material. Because many of students' personal, private, and emotionally charged…
Descriptors: Poetry, Workshops, Figurative Language, Student Attitudes
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Maranville, Steven – Journal of Management Education, 2011
This article contends that the strategic thinking process is composed of two joint, but paradigmatically distinct, activities--analysis and synthesis. Analysis represents the scientific paradigm, whereas synthesis represents the artistic paradigm. Nevertheless, the Strategic Management course is dominated by the scientific paradigm, even though…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Strategic Planning, Models, Thinking Skills
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Rosh, Lisa; Leach, Evan – Journal of Management Education, 2011
This article outlines the Idea Factory exercise, an interactive exercise designed to help participants examine group, individual, and organizational factors that affect intergroup conflict. Specific emphasis is placed on exploring the relationship between intra- and intergroup dynamics and identifying managerial practices that foster effective…
Descriptors: Evidence, Administrators, Surveys, Behavioral Objectives
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Debebe, Gelaye – Journal of Management Education, 2011
This study used qualitative data to describe how transformational learning was achieved in a women-only training (WOT) program. The article argues that an environment conducive to transformational learning for women was created from the harmonious coalescing of the presence of all-women participants and instructors with gender-sensitive teaching…
Descriptors: Females, Leadership Training, Womens Education, Transformative Learning
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Monaghan, Catherine H. – Journal of Management Education, 2011
Teaching students self-directed learning skills provides benefits that outlast individual courses. An individual self-directed approach is insufficient, however, given the fast pace of change students encounter in their professional lives. Communities of practice combine self-directed and collaborative learning to meet the challenges of today's…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Administrator Education, Learning Strategies, Teaching Methods
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Caza, Arran; Caza, Brianna Barker; Lind, E. Allan – Journal of Management Education, 2011
Treating employees fairly produces many positive outcomes, but evidence suggests that managers' efforts to be fair are often unsuccessful because they emphasize the wrong aspects of justice. Managers tend to emphasize distributive justice, though employees may be most concerned with procedural and interactional justice. Organizational justice…
Descriptors: Employer Employee Relationship, Supervisors, Responsibility, Justice
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Berggren, Christian; Soderlund, Jonas – Journal of Management Education, 2011
For several decades, management educators have discussed the difficulty of accommodating the competing values of academic rigor and organizational relevance. Only a few articles, however, consider approaches for integrating theory and practice in educational programs for working managers. Building on 15 years of experience in executive education,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Management Development, Educational Practices, Experiential Learning
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Beatty, Joy E.; Leigh, Jennifer S. A. – Journal of Management Education, 2010
The scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) relies on peer review of scholarship. Although definitions of SoTL vary by discipline, publication of SoTL research is considered an especially robust form of peer review. Understanding the similarities and differences in the management pedagogy publication outlets can help researchers develop their…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Scholarship, Journal Articles, Bibliometrics
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Hedberg, Patricia Raber – Journal of Management Education, 2009
Reflection is an important yet often-neglected aspect of management performance. This article proposes that management educators take advantage of the contemplative classroom learning process by modeling and teaching reflective practice. A framework for conceptualizing reflective learning is presented. Reflection can result in deeper learning not…
Descriptors: Reflective Teaching, Management Development, Teaching Methods, Educational Practices
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Lyons, Paul – Journal of Management Education, 2008
This article offers an introduction to case-based modeling (CBM) and a demonstration of the efficacy of this instructional model. CBM is grounded primarily in the concepts and theory of experiential learning, augmented by concepts of script creation. Although it is labor intensive, the model is one that has value for instruction in various…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Experiential Learning, Interpersonal Competence, Models
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