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Minnesota Univ., St. Paul. Dept. of Agricultural Education. – 1978
This set of materials was developed to assist with the dissemination of the Minnesota model for small business management education, five sections of information are presented. The first of five sections is on small business management needs assessment and describes a method of determining the number of small businesses that would constitute a…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Adult Vocational Education, Business Education, Demonstration Programs
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Birley, Sue; Gibb, Allan – Journal of European Industrial Training, 1984
Reviews the key factors influencing small business management education in the United Kingdom, particularly government policies encouraging small business development. Postulates a model based on the career cycle and considers training opportunities for various stages. (SK)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Career Ladders, Postsecondary Education, Public Policy
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Okoro, James – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
University Business Education graduates, by the nature of their programme, ought to possess relevant management competencies for successful entrepreneurship but casual observation and empirical reports indicate that they are not doing well in this aspect. Therefore, this study assessed the management competencies possessed by the university…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Business Administration Education, Entrepreneurship
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Eliason, Carol – Workplace Education, 1984
Discusses aspects of small business management training, especially cooperative education programs and collaborative efforts between businesses and educational institutions. (SK)
Descriptors: Business Administration, Cooperative Education, Entrepreneurship, Higher Education
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Kuratko, Donald; LaFollette, William R. – Journal of Education for Business, 1986
Describes Ball State University's "dual progression" curriculum for the small business management program. The program seeks to combine the best elements of entrepreneurial theory with the difficult facets of practical experience. The five major component courses (small business ventures, entrepreneurship, management information systems,…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Entrepreneurship, Legal Education, Management Information Systems
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Railsback, Barbara; Hite, Nancy Groneman – Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 2008
The purpose of this study was to determine the value of business education at the secondary school level as perceived by three groups of people who have great impact on course offerings, student advisement, and teacher hiring decisions. Specifically, high school counselors, high school principals, and local board of education presidents in a…
Descriptors: Business Education, High Schools, Secondary Education, Value Judgment
Bauer, Robert O. – 1978
The movement of small business management courses into college and university curricula is discussed. The present state of small business management courses, the objectives of the courses, the variety of courses being offered, and teacher and student reaction to the courses are examined. A historical overview of small business courses at higher…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Bibliographies, Business Administration, Business Education
Husted, Stewart W. – Marketing & Distributive Educators' Digest, 1983
Examines a teacher education course used at Indiana State University that prepares students to teach entrepreneurship and small business management. (Managing Editor, 323 Wirtz, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 60115) (JOW)
Descriptors: Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Higher Education, Preservice Teacher Education
Longo, Anthony – ProQuest LLC, 2018
Small businesses account for a majority of U.S. jobs and play a vital role in the economy. However, the survival rate for small businesses is disconcerting. Only half of the small businesses will survive five years or more and one-third ten or more years. Fast food restaurants are part of the food and drinking industry. It is the second largest…
Descriptors: Employees, Food Service, Electronic Learning, On the Job Training
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Miller, Keith E.; Hill, Craig; Miller, Antoinette R. – Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 2019
The article describes a multi-phase, in-class simulation that employs problem-based learning to teach operations and process-improvement concepts as part of an undergraduate or graduate business course. The simulation is derived from a corporate Lean Six Sigma training activity and has been modified to introduce, demonstrate, and apply a wide…
Descriptors: Simulation, Problem Based Learning, Class Activities, Business Administration Education
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Greenbank, Paul – Teaching in Higher Education, 2006
This short paper draws upon the work of Boyer (1990) to argue for a broader definition of research, a greater recognition of the role of service and the integration of teaching, research and service as interconnected scholarly activities. As a lecturer in management the author has carried out research on small firms and has been a business mentor…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Role, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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Almeidea, Fernando; Buzady, Zoltan – Digital Education Review, 2019
Serious games are increasingly being used as innovative tool for developing entrepreneurial skills, such as strategic management, leadership, communication, negotiation or decision making. FLIGBY is a serious game that was initially developed with the objective of simulating the business management process and the application of Flow theory in a…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Game Based Learning, Student Evaluation, Video Games
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Scott, James Calvert – Business Education Forum, 1980
Identifies eight key facets of small business management and suggests activities that may be used to assist in their development. The key facets are (1) product or service, (2) competition, (3) marketing strategies, (4) personnel needs, (5) equipment and facility needs, (6) finances, (7) planning, and (8) entrepreneurship. (JOW)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Course Descriptions, Postsecondary Education, Secondary Education
American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, Washington, DC. National Small Business Training Network. – 1985
This directory is designed to assist in the identification of supplementary materials to support program development for small businesses. Following introductory comments and an overview of small business management training, section I lists training tools available from the Small Business Administration (SBA). Section II provides descriptions and…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Business Administration, Business Education, Entrepreneurship
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Bennett, Dawn – Journal of Dance Education, 2009
For the majority of undergraduate dance students, success is the realization of a career in performance; however, given that this will be the outcome for so few graduates, should this ideal be redefined? This paper draws on findings from a case study of Australian dance artists, which sought to determine how dance artists allocate their working…
Descriptors: Careers, Dance, Employment Patterns, Dance Education
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