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Brown, Timothy T. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
In this issue, Cavanaugh, Giapponi, and Golden (2016) have discussed the new prominent role of digital devices in the lives of students; the possible impact of these widely-used technologies on developing, learning minds; and the relevance of new cognitive neuroscience research and technologies for better understanding the potential effects of…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Learning Strategies
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Volkema, Roger J.; Kapoutsis, Ilias – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Negotiation is an interpersonal process common to everyday personal and professional success. Yet individuals often fail to recognize opportunities for initiating negotiations and the immediate and long-term implications of these oversights for themselves and others. This article describes a simple yet rich negotiation exercise that learners can…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Management Development, Interpersonal Communication, Teaching Methods
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Prisant Lesko, Ashley – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Educators and managers that focus on individuals' strengths can see up to 40× more engagement from those individuals than those that do not. "StrengthsFinder" 2.0 builds a framework to understand and improve those strengths. This resource review will explain the history of the tool, including its origins in positive and strengths…
Descriptors: Management Development, Learner Engagement, Guidelines, Teaching Methods
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McIver, Derrick; Fitzsimmons, Stacey; Flanagan, David – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Decisions about instructional methods are becoming more complex, with options ranging from problem sets to experiential service-learning projects. However, instructors not trained in instructional design may make these important decisions based on convenience, comfort, or trends. Instead, this article draws on the knowledge management literature…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Knowledge Management, Teaching Methods, Decision Making
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Arbaugh, J. B. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
In this commentary, the author raises the question whether there are other pearls of wisdom from early articles of BME research that are being missed because they showed up in print too soon? Arbaugh bases his reasoning's from the 1984 article by Fiechtner and Davis ("Why Some Groups Fail: A Survey of Students' Experiences with Learning…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Administrator Education, College Students, Educational Research
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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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Ramanau, Ruslan – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This article explores how part-time students in an online international management course perceived various features of the course-learning design and whether international perspectives were built into their learning experiences. The focus of the study was on cross-cultural differences across groups of learners in the United Kingdom, in other…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Part Time Students, Online Courses, Global Approach
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Simpson, Colin; Sommer, Daniela – Journal of Management Education, 2016
In light of the prominent role of socio-materiality in contemporary social scientific, and particularly educational research, this article uses two practice-based theories to investigate the experiences of German business management professionals on a U.K.-based DBA delivered in Germany. We specifically take concepts from cultural historical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Doctoral Programs, Distance Education, Business Administration Education
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Manisaligil, Alperen; Bilimoria, Diana – Journal of Management Education, 2016
We describe an in-class activity that helps students improve their skills in media selection and use to reinforce effective communication. The activity builds on media richness and channel expansion theories through an examination of the media selection and use of NBA athlete LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers majority owner Dan Gilbert during…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Class Activities, Mass Media Use, Media Selection
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Riddle, Emma Jane; Smith, Marilyn; Frankforter, Steven A. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This article presents a rubric for evaluating student performance on written case assignments that require qualitative analysis. This rubric is designed for three purposes. First, it informs students of the criteria on which their work will be evaluated. Second, it provides instructors with a reliable instrument for accurately measuring and…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Business Administration Education, Student Evaluation
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Bruni-Bossio, Vincent; Willness, Chelsea – Journal of Management Education, 2016
The "Kobayashi Maru" is a training simulation that has its roots in the Star Trek series notable for its defining characteristic as a no-win scenario with no "correct" resolution and where the solution actually involves redefining the problem. Drawing upon these characteristics, we designed a board meeting simulation for an…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Fidelity, Simulation, Meetings
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Le, Dianne – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Marx, Garcia, Butterfield, Kappen, and Baldwin (2015) lament the current state of affairs where there is sparse and inconsistent teaching preparation across business doctoral programs. The authors refute the idea that teaching is solely an art to be acquired rather than a skill to be learned. They explore the legacy rewards system--incentives…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Educational Change, Preservice Teacher Education
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Rousseau, Denise M. – Journal of Management Education, 2016
In this rejoinder to, "Isn't It Time We Did Something about the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" (Marx, Garcia, Butterfield, Kappen, and Baldwin 2015), the author responds in agreement to the question raised regarding the lack of teaching preparation in business schools. This commentary offers suggestions to…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Educational Change, Preservice Teacher Education
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Lewicki, Roy J.; Bailey, James – Journal of Management Education, 2016
The authors of this rejoinder to "Isn't It Time We Did Something about the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" (Marx, Garcia, Butterfield, Kappen, and Baldwin 2015), were invited to respond as a result of their analyses of dominant faculty recognition paradigms and questioning of their intellectual foundations.…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Educational Change, Preservice Teacher Education
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Miller, Richard J.; Maellaro, Rosemary – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Experiential learning alone does not guarantee that students will accurately conceptualize content, or meet course outcomes in subsequent active experimentation stages. In an effort to more effectively meet learning objectives, the experiential learning cycle was modified with a unique combination of the 5 Whys root cause problem-solving tool and…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Cooperative Learning, Problem Solving, Reflection
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