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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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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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Ritter, Barbara A.; Small, Erika E.; Mortimer, John W.; Doll, Jessica L. – Journal of Management Education, 2018
The increased complexity of today's work environment has made the need for soft skills, such as teamwork, communication, leadership, and problem solving, more salient than ever. Employers hire for these skills because it is increasingly the human resources that give organizations a competitive advantage. Therefore, academia must respond to these…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Career Readiness, Job Skills, Skill Development
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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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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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Warner, Alfred G. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Traditional classes are typically bound both in the classroom space and scheduled time. In this article, I show how applying an online learning framework called the Community of Inquiry and an organizational architecture of matrixed teams has worked in a face-to-face capstone class and extended those boundaries. These were introduced as an…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Electronic Learning, Teamwork, Cooperative Learning
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Ainsworth, Judith – Journal of Management Education, 2016
We studied group and individual co-regulatory and self-regulatory strategies of self-managed student project teams using data from intragroup peer evaluations and a postproject survey. We found that high team performers shared their research and knowledge with others, collaborated to advise and give constructive criticism, and demonstrated moral…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Student Leadership, Teamwork, Low Achievement
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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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Baker, Diane F. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
The traditional case-based method used to teach ethics in business classrooms gives students valuable practice identifying and applying key moral principles. This approach builds on a rational model of decision making and emphasizes moral awareness and moral judgment, encouraging students to describe moral dilemmas and assess the consequences of…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Social Influences, Ethics, Business Administration Education
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Kemery, Edward R.; Stickney, Lisa T. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
We describe a multifaceted, multilevel approach to teamwork learning and assessment. It includes teamwork knowledge, peer and self-appraisal of teamwork behavior, and individual and team performance on objective tests for teaching and assessing teamwork in an undergraduate business program. At the beginning of this semester-long process, students…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students, Teamwork, Student Evaluation
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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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Conklin, Thomas A. – Journal of Management Education, 2013
This article reviews andragogy as the philosophy resident in the broad arena of experience-based learning. Beneath the umbrella of experience-based learning lie the specific classroom orientations of student-centered learning, problem-based learning, and classrooms as organizations. These orientations contribute to the creation of…
Descriptors: Andragogy, Experiential Learning, Personal Autonomy, Student Experience
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Hillier, Janet; Dunn-Jensen, Linda M. – Journal of Management Education, 2013
Although most business students participate in team-based projects during undergraduate or graduate course work, the team experience does not always teach team skills or capture the team members' potential: Students complete the task at hand but the explicit process of becoming a team is often not learned. Drawing from organizational learning…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Teamwork, Group Dynamics, Business Administration Education
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Ritchie, William J.; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Drew, Stephen A. W.; Marlin, Dan – Journal of Management Education, 2013
Many capstone strategic management courses use computer-based simulations as core pedagogical tools. Simulations are touted as assisting students in developing much-valued skills in strategy formation, implementation, and team management in the pursuit of superior strategic performance. However, despite their rich nature, little is known regarding…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Business Administration Education, Strategic Planning, 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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