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Reynolds, Michael – Journal of Management Education, 1999
Outlines the content, process, and implementation issues of a critical pedagogy for management education. Discusses the usefulness of critical reflection for less hierarchical management. (SK)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Critical Thinking, Higher Education, Management Development
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McCarthy, Anne M.; Tucker, Mary L. – Journal of Management Education, 1999
A survey of 84 college students revealed positive perceptions of community service but not of its inclusion in college courses. Factors influencing participation in service included desire to help, self-efficacy, and the costs of time and interpersonal conflicts. Framing community service as service learning might help students recognize the…
Descriptors: Business Education, Cost Effectiveness, Course Selection (Students), Curriculum Development
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Gregersen, Hal B.; And Others – Journal of Management Education, 1993
The degree to which today's college students overcome tomorrow's challenge of knowledge obsolescence depends in part on higher education's teaching them how they learn what they learn. The Analysis of Learning Project, used in both undergraduate and graduate business administration courses, is designed to help students understand how they learn.…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Classroom Techniques, Cognitive Restructuring, Cognitive Structures
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Dehler, Gordon E.; Welsh, M. Ann – Journal of Management Education, 1993
A strategy for teaching undergraduate organization theory and design uses dialectical inquiry (thesis-antithesis-synthesis) and involves students actively in classroom learning. Concepts are introduced through dichotomies as typically introduced in texts; discussion elaborates grey areas. Case analysis by this method conveys the often ambiguous…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Classroom Techniques, Heuristics, Higher Education
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Gartner, William B. – Journal of Management Education, 1993
One college faculty member's experiences in applying Deming management theory to his business courses to improve instruction are discussed. Key issues in the Deming philosophy are outlined, course changes based on them are described, and outcomes are examined. Suggestions are offered for overcoming institutional and ideological barriers. (MSE)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Classroom Techniques, College Faculty, Curriculum Development
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Sommers, David I. – Journal of Management Education, 1993
Activities for team-building in college-level management and organizational behavior classes are described. The exercises use adventure-education techniques but have as their central theme the production of rhythms in various forms: creating predictable agendas; beating simple rhythms on desks; a Japanese hand clapping; recitation; and feeling…
Descriptors: Adventure Education, Business Administration Education, Class Activities, Classroom Techniques
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