ERIC Number: ED470836
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002
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Rethinking Management Education for the 21st Century. Research in Management Education and Development.
Wankel, Charles, Ed.; DeFillippi, Robert, Ed.
This book series focuses on trends in theory and practice likely to influence 21st century management education. This first volume examines a series of innovative and distinctive approaches to rethinking management education for the 21st century. Part 1 of the collection, "Rethinking What We Teach," contains: (1) "Development of Political Skill" (Gerald R. Ferris, William P. Anthony, Robert W. Kolodinsky, David C. Gilmore, and Michael G. Harvey); (2) "Arts-Based Learning in Management Education" (Nick Nissley); and (3) "Service-Learning: Creating Community" (Anne M. McCarthy, Mary L. Tucker, and Kathy Lund Dean). Section 2, "Rethinking Management Education in Cyberspace," contains: (4) "Creating an Online M.B.A. Program" (Veronica M. Godshalk and Ellen Foster-Curtis); and (5)"eLearning Business Models; Strategies, Success Factors, and Best Practice Examples" (Sabine Seufert). Section 3, "Rethinking Management Education for Executives," contains: (6) "Developing Scholarly Practitioners: Doctoral Management Education in the 21st Century" (Eric B. Dent); and (7) "Emerging Competitors in Executive Education" (Thomas E. Moore). The final section, "Critical Reflections on Management Education for the 21st Century," contains: (8) "Corporate Universities: The Domestication of Management Education" (Elena Antonacopoulou); and (9) "Management Education in an Age of Globalization: The Need for Critical Perspectives" (Darryl Reed). Each chapter contains references. (SLD)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Distance Education, Educational Change, Educational Practices, Educational Research, Educational Theories, Global Approach, Higher Education
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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