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Morgan, Shona D.; Stewart, Alice C. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The most recent recipient of the JME Lasting Impact Award, "Lessons from the Best and Worst Student Team Experiences: How a Teacher can make the Difference," by Bacon, Stewart, and Silver (1999) is an elegantly presented examination of how the set of decisions made by instructors regarding team assignments affect student experience. An…
Descriptors: Management Development, Teacher Role, Decision Making, Peer Evaluation
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Stickney, Lisa T.; Bento, Regina F.; Aggarwal, Anil; Adlakha, Veena – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The nature and antecedents of faculty satisfaction in online higher education have not received much scholarly attention yet, despite the growing literature that indicates the relevance of faculty satisfaction for outcomes such as the success of e-learning programs, student learning, and student satisfaction. This exploratory study surveyed 171…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, Job Satisfaction
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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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Brahm, Taiga; Jenert, Tobias – Journal of Management Education, 2019
In their thought-provoking article, Giacalone and Promislo point to some problematic ideas in management education such as the adoration of materialism and competition or the notion of the economic model as a natural law. But do students really develop such ideas because they were misinformed by their teachers? Misinformation implies that what is…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Deception, Misconceptions
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Chappell, Stacie; Thomas, Debby – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Classroom as organization (CAO) is an approach at the extreme end of an experiential learning intensity continuum. While proponents suggest they would never go back to a teacher-centered classroom, CAO has not become widely adopted since its initial description by Cohen. We argue this is, in part, because of shadow elements that may discourage…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Teaching Methods, Organizations (Groups), Student Centered Learning
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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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Byrne, Alyson; Crossan, Mary; Seijts, Gerard – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Business schools strive to develop leadership excellence in their students. In this essay, we suggest that educators should find ways to help students develop and deepen leader character, a fundamental component of exemplary leadership. Frequently, business school students have preconceived ideas of leadership, often neglecting leader character.…
Descriptors: Leadership, Personality Traits, Learning Strategies, Leadership Effectiveness
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Van Buskirk, William; London, Michael; Plump, Carolyn – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Traditional management education has been widely criticized for an overemphasis on rational, analytic, arms-length approaches to the detriment of softer, more intuitive capacities. Most critics agree that today's management students are overdrilled in the routines of calculation and analysis, but underprepared for the dynamic and turbulent…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Figurative Language, Teaching Methods, Aesthetics
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Caulfield, Jay L. – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Today's leaders must thrive in a world of turbulence and constant change. Unstable conditions frequently generate crises, emphasizing the need for crisis leadership preparedness, which is missing from many business curricula. Thus, the purpose of this work was to develop a learning module in crisis leadership preparedness. As a baseline measure or…
Descriptors: Crisis Management, Management Development, Business Administration Education, Pretests Posttests
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Asarta, Carlos J.; Bento, Regina; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Lund Dean, Kathy; Arbaugh, J. B.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Despite calls for and advances in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL) over the years, research-intensive institutions have a persistent reputation as preferring and demanding Boyer's "scholarship of discovery" at the expense of SOTL work. In this article, we challenge the dominant narrative that research-focused…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Management Development, Business Administration Education
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Zidulka, Amy; Kajzer Mitchell, Ingrid – Journal of Management Education, 2018
This essay frames design thinking (DT) as a form of experiential learning and describes what we, as DT educators, have come to consider its "shadow side." We are concerned that, through uncritical promotion of instrumentalist approaches to creativity, DT classes unwittingly marginalize from the curriculum other forms of creativity, such…
Descriptors: Design, Teaching Methods, Creativity, Experiential Learning
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Wright, April; Hibbert, Paul; Strong, Ross; Edwards, Marissa – Journal of Management Education, 2018
This article is based first-person experience with experiential learning (EL) practices in an undergraduate introductory management course. We consider how a challenging EL activity, based on volunteering during recovery from a catastrophic flood event, exposed three shadow sides of EL. These shadow sides of EL, which often remain hidden to…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Management Development, Undergraduate Students, Introductory Courses
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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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Kuechler, William; Stedham, Yvonne – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Most management classes are taught by modified traditional techniques in which the acquisition of facts and rote skills is primary. However, traditional pedagogies fall short when the desired result is not inculcating knowledge about a subject, but rather constructively altering worldviews and behaviors. Leadership, ethics, strategic management,…
Descriptors: Management Development, Transformative Learning, Metacognition, Teaching Methods
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