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ERIC Number: ED017767
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 1
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DYNAMIC MANAGEMENT EDUCATION, AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SELECTION, CREATION AND USE OF CASES, IN-BASKET EXERCISES, THE ACTION MAZE, BUSINESS GAMES AND OTHER DYNAMIC TECHNIQUES.
ZOLL, ALLEN A., III
MANAGEMENT TEACHERS IN BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT, OR COLLEGES CAN BE MORE CREATIVE IN THEIR TEACHING METHODS BY THINKING ABOUT EDUCATIONAL METHODS, CREATING MATERIALS BETTER SUITED TO EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES, AND EXPERIMENTING IN THE CLASSROOM WITH THE GOAL OF MAKING EDUCATION MORE EXCITING. MANAGEMENT EDUCATORS AT THE BOEING COMPANY FOUND THAT THE KEY TO LEARNER INTEREST IS HIS ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN THE LEARNING PROCESS. TECHNIQUES THAT CAN BE USED INCLUDE THE CASE METHOD, IN-BASKET EXERCISES (GENERAL MANAGEMENT, MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT, AND CONTROL FUNCTION EXERCISES), THE ACTION MAZE (THE JOE BAILEY SITUATION AND HUMAN RELATIONS MAZE), AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT BUSINESS GAMES (OPERATION INTERLOCK, CREATING A FUNCTIONAL GAME, MATERIAL MANAGEMENT SIMULATION, EXERCISE IN MONEY AND BANKING, OPERATION SUBURBIA). THIS DOCUMENT, IN LOOSE-LEAF FORM, IS AVAILABLE FROM MANAGEMENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATES, 2003 33RD SOUTH, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98144. (AJ)
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Identifiers: Boeing Company