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Wright, April L.; Middleton, Stuart; Greenfield, Geoffrey; Williams, Julian; Brazil, Victoria – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Evidence-based management (EBMgt) is a growing literature stream in management education which contends that management decision making should be informed by the best available scientific evidence (Rousseau, 2006). Encouraged by the success of evidence-based practice in the field of medicine, advocates of EBMgt have increasingly called for…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Teaching Methods, Educational Strategies, Business Education
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Madden, Laura T.; Smith, Anne D. – Journal of Management Education, 2015
The inclusion of photographic approaches in the business classroom can incorporate missing elements of liberal education into business education, which were highlighted in a recent Carnegie study of undergraduate business education. Building on photographic methods in social science research, we identify three categories of photographic approaches…
Descriptors: Business Education, Photography, Integrated Activities, Liberal Arts
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Guerriero Wilson, Robbie – Journal of Management Education, 2015
This essay considers the developments in education for management in 20th-century Britain. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, that is, the highpoint of the United Kingdom's economic success, management was considered more of an art than a science, and formal education specifically for management was limited. After the Second World War,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Business Administration Education, Administrator Education, Business Education
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Davison, H. Kristl; Mishra, Vipanchi; Bing, Mark N.; Frink, Dwight D. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
Business school courses often require team projects, both for pedagogical reasons as well as to prepare students for the kinds of team-based activities that are common in organizations these days. However, social loafing is a common problem in teams, and peer evaluations by team members are sometimes used in such team settings to assess…
Descriptors: Business Education, Teamwork, Cooperative Learning, Student Behavior
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Hibbert, Paul – Journal of Management Education, 2013
This conceptual article seeks to develop insights for teaching reflexivity in undergraduate management classes through developing processes of critical reflection. Theoretical inferences to support this aim are developed and organized in relation to four principles. They are as follows: first, preparing and making space for reflection in the…
Descriptors: Reflection, Undergraduate Study, Business Education, Teaching Methods
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Lewicki, Roy J. – Journal of Management Education, 2012
As a way to achieve better alignment of the ongoing teaching-research activity gap in business schools, David Balkin and Jeff Mello suggest that schools need to hire academic administrators with significantly developed management skills. The author responds to this recommendation with two concerns. First, many of the causes of the…
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Business Education, Administrator Qualifications, Alignment (Education)
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Watson, Sharon; Sutton, Jann Marie – Journal of Management Education, 2012
This article discusses the effectiveness of the case method when teaching online by comparing synchronous and asynchronous communication technologies with respect to how well they each embody Chickering and Gamson's Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education. The authors also present their empirical study of the effectiveness of…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Study, Asynchronous Communication, Online Courses, Case Method (Teaching Technique)
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Gerard, Joseph G. – Journal of Management Education, 2012
Getting students to network with one another can be one of the biggest challenges in college courses, despite being a highly important function of higher education. Networking can, in fact, lead to that first job or to professional advancement, and technology can improve the success of individual and institutional efforts. This article describes…
Descriptors: Management Systems, Social Networks, Computer Mediated Communication, Undergraduate Students
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Bull Schaefer, Rebecca A.; Erskine, Laura – Journal of Management Education, 2012
Students find that choosing the appropriate technology for a virtual team meeting is not as simple as it first appears. The authors describe a class exercise used to demonstrate the benefits and drawbacks of using virtual team meetings by requiring students to replace a face-to-face meeting with a virtual meeting. The exercise challenged students'…
Descriptors: Appropriate Technology, Teamwork, Computer Simulation, Meetings
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Blasco, Maribel – Journal of Management Education, 2012
This article argues that mainstreaming responsible management education in line with the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) requires close attention to the hidden curriculum (HC), that is, the implicit dimensions of educational experiences. Altering formal curricular goals and content alone is not enough to improve students'…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Administrator Education, Socialization, Hidden Curriculum
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Chapman, Ross L. – Journal of Management Education, 2012
This commentary presents an Australian perspective on Balkin and Mello's "Facilitating and Creating Synergies between Teaching and Research: The Role of the Academic Administrator." It addresses one particularly important aspect of the separation of teaching and research in business schools; namely, the increasing dominance of…
Descriptors: Faculty Evaluation, Educational Environment, College Faculty, Administrators
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Davis, James H.; Ruhe, John; Lee, Monle; Rajadhyaksha, Ujvala – Journal of Management Education, 2011
This study questions the widely held assumption, particularly in the United States, that coeducation is best. Previous research supports the development of single-sex education for both female and male students. This study examines how the learning climate of the coeducation environment seems to affect the character development of female business…
Descriptors: Single Sex Schools, Sex Education, Altruism, Coeducation
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McCormick, Blaine; Gray, Van – Journal of Management Education, 2011
Coca-Cola is available in more than 200 countries and territories. As such, it stands as a readily available resource for teaching business lessons in developing countries. This article presents the use of a bottle of Coke to teach 12 basic business lessons. Designed for minimally educated entrepreneurs starting or running microenterprises, each…
Descriptors: Discussion (Teaching Technique), Entrepreneurship, Business Education, Developing Nations
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Rhee, Kenneth S.; Sigler, Tracey Honeycutt – Journal of Management Education, 2010
What does it take to develop enlightened leaders who can transform their organizations and communities? The quest to develop enlightened leaders who are self-aware, learning centered, adaptable, interpersonally competent, and team oriented is a challenge faced by many management programs. The Master of Science program in Executive Leadership and…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Experiential Learning, Management Development, Transformational Leadership
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Baker, Diane F. – Journal of Management Education, 2010
Research on shared information bias has shown that group members involved in a decision-making task tend to undervalue information that a single member shares with the group, especially when that information conflicts with their prior conclusions. The group activity in this article is intended to heighten awareness of this shared information bias…
Descriptors: Group Activities, Collegiality, Profiles, Decision Making
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