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Snell, Robin Stanley; Chan, Maureen Yin Lee; Ma, Carol Hok Ka; Chan, Carman Ka Man – Journal of Management Education, 2015
We present a road map for providing course-embedded service-learning team projects as opportunities for undergraduates to practice as service leaders in Asia and beyond. Basic foundations are that projects address authentic problems or needs, partner organization representatives (PORs) indicate availability for ongoing consultation, students…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Service Learning, Program Descriptions, Teamwork
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Rafferty, Patricia D. – Journal of Management Education, 2013
This article forms part of an exploration into how graduate students experience group work. A single case, embedded study was completed in 2011, which reveals insight and understanding into the manner in which part-time MBA students experience group work assignments and how these experiences contribute to their perception of positive group work…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Graduate Students, Business Administration Education, Part Time Students
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Huffman, Brian J.; Kilian, Claire McCarty – Journal of Management Education, 2012
Although many classroom exercises use movies to focus on management and organizational behavior issues, none of those do so in the context of project management. This article presents such an exercise using "The Flight of the Phoenix", an incredibly rich story for any management class, which provides clear examples of organizational behavior…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Management Development, Teaching Methods, Organizational Culture
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Stapleton, Richard John; Murkison, Gene – Journal of Management Education, 2001
Data from 1,251 student evaluations of instructors were used to rank faculty; rank order changed when learning outcomes, study production, and grade expectations were considered. Students expected high grades from teachers rated highly; those assigning more homework rated lower. Weighting instructor excellence, study and learning production, and…
Descriptors: Assignments, Expectation, Faculty Evaluation, Grades (Scholastic)