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Bacon, Donald R.; Stewart, Kim A.; Silver, William S. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
For as long as formal management education has existed, students have worked in groups to perform team projects. And for about the same amount of time, teachers have wondered about the best way to structure and administer student teams. Formal recommendations have been developed on how to effectively create and administer student teams. However,…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Management Development, Peer Evaluation, Teacher Effectiveness
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Cassell, Catherine – Journal of Management Education, 2019
In this article, I present some of the teaching and learning challenges faced from the perspective of a U.K. business school dean. There are many challenges that I could have chosen, but my focus is on the unpredictable external environment, the conundrum of teaching evaluation, developing teaching staff, and the curriculum issues we face.
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Deans, Administrator Attitudes
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Carter, William R.; Stickney, Lisa T. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The content of most MBA capstone strategic management courses emphasizes general management theory and analytical skill development. Additionally, the design of the capstone is often tasked with providing practical application, integrative thinking, and experiential learning. A common critique of the capstone, however, is its insufficient delivery…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Capstone Experiences, Management Development, Masters Programs
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Heath, Michele L. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
"Faculty Misstatements in Management Education and their Consequences" is a thought-provoking article that draws attention to what information is being disseminated in business schools. The article argues that faculty communicate misinformation about the economic model and what matters in life. This rejoinder addresses the notion that…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Deception, Misconceptions
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Eriksen, Matthew; Cooper, Kevin; Miccolis, Anthony – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Based on Ben Franklin's project to develop his virtuousness, we present an assignment that provides a structured process to facilitate students' virtuousness in their day-to-day lives. Students determine four virtues they wish to develop. Each week, students focus on behaving consistently with one of these virtues. At the end of each day, they…
Descriptors: Ethics, Assignments, Metacognition, Teaching Methods
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Greenhalgh, Anne M.; Maxwell, Christopher I. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Images of leadership serve as mirrors reflecting assumptions and as windows revealing possibilities. We take a visual and less common methodological approach and highlight particular images by way of a linguistic and stylistic analysis. The foundation of this study--an archive of 8,283 images and essays--is noteworthy, since it represents nearly…
Descriptors: Language Styles, Discourse Analysis, Undergraduate Students, Business Schools
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Taylor, Vicki Fairbanks – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Experiential learning exercises have the potential to elicit emotional responses in students and instructors alike. This article takes an auto-ethnographic approach in detailing the author's experience facilitating a role-playing activity that triggered an unanticipated emotional reaction in a session participant. In the narrative, the author…
Descriptors: Role Playing, Experiential Learning, Emotional Response, Ethnography
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Arbaugh, J. Ben – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Herein, Ben Arbaugh discusses his article, "Virtual Classroom Characteristics and Student Satisfaction in Internet-Based MBA Courses," not only in terms of its impact on his career and studies of online delivery in business schools but also in terms how it is and can be representative of what business and management education (BME)…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Computer Simulation
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Baker, Diane F. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Researchers in behavioral ethics seek to understand how individuals respond to the ethical dilemmas in their lives. In any given situation, multiple social and psychological variables interact to influence ethical decision making. The purpose of this article is to explore how one such variable, empathy, affects the ethical decision-making process…
Descriptors: Empathy, Decision Making, Business Administration Education, Learning Activities
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Tomlin, Kathleen A.; Metzger, Matthew L.; Bradley-Geist, Jill; Gonzalez-Padron, Tracy – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Ethics blind spots, which have become a keystone of the emerging behavioral ethics literature, are essentially biases, heuristics, and psychological traps. Though students typically recognize that ethical challenges exist in the world at large, they often fail to see when they are personally prone to ethics blind spots. This creates an obstacle…
Descriptors: Ethics, Self Concept, Social Psychology, Heuristics
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O'Brien, Kevin; Wittmer, Dennis; Ebrahimi, Bahman Paul – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Adopting a broad definition that distinguishes behavioral ethics as science and behavioral ethics in practice, we describe how service learning can be a meaningful component of a four-credit, one-quarter graduate business ethics course by blending both normative/prescriptive and behavioral/descriptive ethics. We provide a conceptual and…
Descriptors: Ethics, Graduate Students, Service Learning, Business Administration Education
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Dachner, Alison M.; Miguel, Rosanna F.; Patena, Rachel A. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The demands of today's ever-changing work environment often require that employees engage in intellectual risk taking (IRT) by being resourceful, trying new things, and asking questions even at the risk of making a mistake or feeling inadequate. This research seeks to identify variables that increase student IRT. Controlling for individual…
Descriptors: Risk, Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students, Personal Autonomy
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Swaim, James; Henley, Amy – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Project teams are a mainstay in both organizations and business schools. Despite their popularity, instructors and students often express dissatisfaction regarding assigned student team projects. In this article, we examine the effects of influence tactics available to instructors (collaborative assistance and rational persuasion) and individual…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Teamwork, Influences, Goal Orientation
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Deer, Shannon; Zarestky, Jill – Journal of Management Education, 2017
This qualitative study's purpose was to evaluate how undergraduate business students' perspectives, skills, and behaviors evolved through corporate social responsibility (CSR) education taught with a focus on critical thinking and sustainable problem solving. Business schools are struggling to incorporate CSR into their curriculum despite interest…
Descriptors: Social Responsibility, Business Administration Education, Qualitative Research, Undergraduate Students
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Hawk, Thomas F. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
In the 10 years since Hawk and Lyons published, "Please Don't Give Up on Me: When Faculty Fail to Care" in "Journal of Management Education," much has changed about the nature of pedagogical caring, relational learning, and the instructor-student relationship per se. The landscape of expectations for the type and depth of…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Caring, Ethics, Higher Education
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