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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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Nikolova, Natalia; Andersen, Lisa – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Service-learning has gained strong interest among educators as a model of experiential education through community engagement. Its potential to contribute to multiple stakeholders, including students, community partners, faculty, and university, is well recognized. While research has focused on elements of this teaching model that contribute to…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Management Development, Experiential Learning, Graduate Students
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Bolman, Lee; Deal, Terrence E. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The authors write that the longer they study and work in organizations, the more they discover power to be one of the central issues which researchers and students must understand. Researchers who ignore power run the risk of spurious, irrelevant findings. Students who assume administrative positions without a proper understanding of power and how…
Descriptors: Simulation, Power Structure, Political Power, Replication (Evaluation)
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Gallos, Joan V. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Having received the 2017 "Lasting Impact Award" for "Women's Experiences and Ways of Knowing: Implications for Teaching and Learning in the Organizational Behavior Classroom," author Joan V. Gallos describes the experience as "delightfully sweet and timely." The article was written early in her academic career at…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Cognitive Style, Educational Strategies, Females
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Bolman, Lee; Deal, Terrence E. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal think of how much has changed since the era of innocence when they first published "A Simple But Powerful Power Simulation"--before the advent of cell phones, personal computers, the Internet, e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter. So much has changed, and yet the fundamentals of human behavior, social interaction,…
Descriptors: Simulation, Political Power, Learning Processes, Teaching Methods
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Durant, Rita A.; Carlon, Donna M.; Downs, Alexis – Journal of Management Education, 2017
This article describes the results of the "Efficiency Challenge," a 10-week, Principles of Management course activity that uses reflection and goal setting to help students understand the concept of operational efficiency. With transformative learning theory as a lens, we base our report on 4 years' worth of student reflections regarding…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Administrator Education, Transformative Learning, Class Activities
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Connolly, Heather; Spiller, Dorothy – Journal of Management Education, 2017
A key challenge for lecturers of many first year Management courses is how to help students create meaningful knowledge connections while at the same time introducing considerable foundational material. This article reports on an instructional innovation that explores how we can better design and teach a first year Management course that provide…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Administrator Education, Instructional Innovation, College Instruction
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Kessler, Eric H. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Core management courses bear a particularly challenging curricular as well as pedagogical burden insofar as they are typically the sole or primary vehicle for integrating management principles with larger university and school objectives. Compounding the challenge is that these very objectives are neither universally clear nor necessarily…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Core Curriculum, Educational Objectives, Business Schools
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Donovan, Paul – Journal of Management Education, 2017
In the field of management, a practice--theory gap has developed and consequently, management education has been criticized for being irrelevant to the needs of stakeholders. This article argues that introduction to management courses in higher education perpetuate this gap by not teaching what managers do. These courses fail to communicate well…
Descriptors: Fundamental Concepts, Introductory Courses, Administrator Education, Theory Practice Relationship
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Dyck, Bruno – Journal of Management Education, 2017
This essay describes innovations made and lessons learned while teaching introduction to management courses during a 25-year career. The essay describes how teaching two approaches to management increases students' critical and ethical thinking, and reverses the tendency for business students to become increasingly materialistic and…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Administrator Education, College Instruction, Critical Thinking
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Cullen-Lester, Kristin L.; Woehler, Meredith L.; Willburn, Phil – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Management education and leadership development has traditionally focused on improving human capital (i.e., knowledge, skills, and abilities). Social capital, networks, and networking skills have received less attention. When this content has been incorporated into learning and development experiences, it has often been more ad hoc and has…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Leadership Training, Social Networks, Social Capital
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Sugiyama, Keimei; Cavanagh, Kevin V.; van Esch, Chantal; Bilimoria, Diana; Brown, Cara – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Trends in extant literature suggest that more relational and identity-based leadership approaches are necessary for leadership that can harness the benefits of the diverse and globalized workforces of today and the future. In this study, we compared general leadership development programs (GLDPs) and women's leadership development programs (WLDPs)…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Comparative Analysis, Females, Program Descriptions
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Cavanaugh, J. Michael; Giapponi, Catherine C.; Golden, Timothy D. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Digital technology has proven a beguiling, some even venture addictive, presence in the lives of our 21st century (millennial) students. And while screen technology may offer select cognitive benefits, there is mounting evidence in the cognitive neuroscience literature that digital technology is restructuring the way our students read and think,…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Student Development, Teaching Methods, Teaching Styles
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Williams-Pierce, Caroline – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This commentary serves as an introduction to multiple scholarly fields about the value of digital media for providing contexts for and provoking learning. The author proposes that rather than considering a dichotomy between reading physical books and reading digital media, as encouraged by Cavanaugh et al. (2015), instead consider a scale of sorts…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Student Development, Neurosciences, Reader Response
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Mannheimer, Steve – Journal of Management Education, 2016
The author of this thought-provoking article joins an impressive cohort of current commentators and scholars united in their concern over the state of the art of reading. Mostly, they are concerned with the sustained, silent, generally solitary process of reading in which the reader is deeply focused on and immersed in the text. Their fear is that…
Descriptors: Neurosciences, Cognitive Development, Reading Processes, Macroeconomics
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