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Clapp-Smith, Rachel; Hammond, Michelle M.; Lester, Gretchen Vogelgesang; Palanski, Michael – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Empirical research suggests that focusing on one's identity as a leader may enhance ongoing leadership development. As a complement to traditional theory- and skills-based approaches to leader development, we offer an identity-based, multidomain approach to leadership development through a series of integrated in-class exercises. Specifically,…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Identification (Psychology), Class Activities, Business Administration Education
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Luthans, Kyle W.; Luthans, Brett C.; Chaffin, T. Daniel – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Recent popular and academic attention is being given to the role that grit plays in important student outcomes. While gritty individuals are more likely to engage in deliberate practice and maintain commitment in the face of setbacks, what remains unclear are the cognitive processes linking grit and academic performance. Identifying the cognitive…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Academic Achievement, Psychological Patterns, Grade Point Average
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Eury, Jennifer L.; Treviño, Linda Klebe – Journal of Management Education, 2019
We describe a unique co-curricular honor and integrity program at a large, research university's business school. We discuss the evolution of the program as well as the array of stakeholders who were involved in its early development and sustenance. We use an ethical culture template to highlight the formal and informal systems, and we discuss…
Descriptors: Integrity, Business Schools, Research Universities, Program Development
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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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North-Samardzic, Andrea; de Witt, Marlize – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Management educators employ a variety of learning and teaching tools in order to engage students, with online business simulations being one of these tools. While many business simulations are available to management educators, they do not always fit the needs of the educator or have evidence to support their efficacy for achieving student…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Learner Engagement, Computer Simulation, Computer Uses in Education
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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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Spataro, Sandra E.; Bloch, Janel – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Listening is a critical communication skill and therefore an essential element of management education. "Active" listening surpasses passive listening or simple hearing to establish a deeper connection between speaker and listener, as the listener gives the speaker full attention via inquiry, reflection, respect, and empathy. This…
Descriptors: Listening Skills, Administrator Education, Administrator Qualifications, Communication Skills
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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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MacMillan, Karen; Komar, Jennifer – Journal of Management Education, 2018
This article describes a classroom exercise that is designed to help students understand the basic tenets of population ecology (also known as organizational ecology). The macro-level, longitudinal approach to understanding organizations can be difficult for students to conceptualize as it involves systems thinking. This exercise makes the theory…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Class Activities, Systems Approach, Institutional Environment
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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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Roberts, Foster; Thomas, Christopher H.; Novicevic, Milorad M.; Ammeter, Anthony; Garner, Bart; Johnson, Paul; Popoola, Ifeoluwa – Journal of Management Education, 2018
In this article, we develop an "integrated moral conviction theory of student cheating" by integrating moral conviction with (a) the dual-process model of Hunt-Vitell's theory that gives primacy to individual ethical philosophies when moral judgments are made and (b) the social cognitive conceptualization that gives primacy to moral…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Cheating, Learner Engagement
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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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Eriksen, Matthew; Cooper, Kevin – Journal of Management Education, 2017
This article presents a student-established, shared-purpose process used to increase student engagement with, commitment to, and responsibility for their learning. In addition to establishing a shared purpose for their course, the students establish and commit to ways of being, doing, and interacting with one another necessary to intentionally and…
Descriptors: Student Centered Learning, Learner Engagement, Transformative Learning, Student Responsibility
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