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Jason A. Colquitt; David M. Long; Richard J. Gentry – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Discussions about the status of scholarly journals in management have tended to revolve around impact factor and standing on relevant lists-cues whose validity has been oft-debated. We introduce a new metric for gauging the status of scholarly journals. Syllabus share represents the proportion of doctoral seminar syllabi comprised of articles from…
Descriptors: Periodicals, Journal Articles, Citations (References), Course Descriptions
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Ahmad Timsal; Uzair Shah; Vivien Hodgson – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Assumptions regarding digital technologies in business schools have become part of the "hidden curriculum." It is generally assumed that students have the same levels of access and prior exposure to digital technologies as well as information and digital literacies (IDL) skills. Little attention has been given to the issues of…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Business Administration Education, Masters Programs, Graduate Students
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Carol Flinchbaugh; Whitney Moore; Shammi Gandhi – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Stress is ubiquitous in life and creates a need for effective responses in any domain. In this exploratory study, our goal was to understand better how business students learn and use stress management techniques in the classroom context and how this learning applies to different domains. We used thematic coding and textual analysis of weekly…
Descriptors: College Students, Stress Management, Training, Student Experience
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Oliver Laasch – Journal of Management Education, 2024
In this essay, I argue that we should radicalize managerial climate change education given that incremental and accommodative forms of responsible management learning and education (RMLE) are at odds with the urgency, nature, and magnitude of the climate crisis. I argue for three practices to radicalize RMLE, and illustrate them through examples…
Descriptors: Climate, Economic Development, Management Development, Business Administration Education
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Rebecca Wyland; Nancy Hanson-Rasmussen; Frazier Clark – Journal of Management Education, 2024
The purpose of this article is to present an instructional innovation called the Structure-Culture Alignment Activity, which leads students through the process of aligning cultural values pertaining to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness (DEI) to two important structural elements, formalization and centralization. Using decision making, team…
Descriptors: Diversity, Equal Education, Inclusion, Cultural Relevance
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Yifeng Fan; Bahar Javadizadeh; Mariya Gavrilova Aguilar – Journal of Management Education, 2024
In the constantly evolving career landscape, knowledge about human resource management practices could prove very beneficial for undergraduate college students who want to construct protean careers. With its broad content coverage, the introductory HR course is best suited to teach students about key HR functions and practices instrumental to…
Descriptors: Human Resources, Courses, Personnel Management, Employment Practices
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Jennifer Tosti-Kharas; Julie Levinson – Journal of Management Education, 2024
In the contemporary work landscape, individual workers increasingly create, sustain, and manage their own careers. Business schools prepare students to enter careers using a vocational approach that neglects the cultural lens on why students desire the careers they do and how they perceive those careers over time. In this essay, we argue that…
Descriptors: Career Education, Teaching Methods, Films, Career Development
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Christine H. Mooney; Bethany S. Cockburn – Journal of Management Education, 2024
This article outlines a novel approach for career readiness which embeds a global engagement trip within a social entrepreneurship course. Utilizing an empathy driven approach, the instructional innovation exposes students to social impact and innovation in an entrepreneurial setting, provides an opportunity for rich engagements with social and…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Occupational Aspiration, Career Readiness, Instructional Innovation
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Janina Sundermeier; Conny Steenblock – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Students who seemingly do not fit the masculine ideal of an entrepreneur rarely consider entrepreneurship as a suitable career path due to a lack of identification and perceived feasibility. To challenge the masculinization of entrepreneurship, we drew from contemporary literature on gender role stereotypes to design a course that enables business…
Descriptors: Sex Role, Sex Stereotypes, Entrepreneurship, Masculinity
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Franz Wohlgezogen; Valeria S. Cotronei-Baird – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Management educators have developed a wide variety of approaches to ensure students develop job-ready skills, resilience, and other forms of career capital to gain and retain employment in an ever-changing, competitive job market. Yet, concerns about the employability agenda's consequences for students' self-concept and wellbeing have gained…
Descriptors: Career Guidance, Administrator Education, Business Education Teachers, Job Skills
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Ans De Vos; Sofie Jacobs; Kathleen Vangronsvelt; Karen Wouters; Jan Beyne – Journal of Management Education, 2024
This article provides an overview of the Global Leadership course, a 6-credit course integrated within the curriculum of all advanced master programs of Antwerp Management School and designed to align with the school's overarching mission. The course challenges and facilitates students in developing their leadership as a basis for making career…
Descriptors: Career Development, Leadership Training, Masters Programs, Foreign Countries
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Alexandra M. Dunn; Samira Fallah – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Searching for jobs is a stressful process for students. When faced with unknowns of the future, many students avoid proactively planning their job search. This article describes an exercise, rooted in scenario planning, which is a tool widely used during an organization's strategy development process. To help students prepare for the job search…
Descriptors: Job Search Methods, Resilience (Psychology), Stress Variables, Vignettes
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Jaclyn K. Brandhorst; Keira Solon; Chris Opatrny-Yazell; Dan Jensen – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Research suggests the current generation of learners (called Zoomers or Gen-Z) takes a values-driven approach to their careers. Increasingly, this generation seeks out workplaces that center issues of sustainability, social responsibility, diversity, equity and inclusion. The preferences of Gen-Z suggest that building business programs that focus…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Experiential Learning, Ethics, Business Administration Education
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Amblee, Naveen; Ertl, Hubert; Dhayanithy, Deepak – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Despite their widespread popularity in the United States, MBA programs have received considerable and sustained criticism. The chief complaint is that MBA graduates lack key skills required to be competent managers, and the main suspect has been identified as a less than relevant curriculum. Previous studies determined that the required MBA…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Competence, Business Skills
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Schöbel, Sofia Marlena; Janson, Andreas; Leimeister, Jan Marco – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Online training to improve problem-solving skills has become increasingly important in management learning. In online environments, learners take a more active role which can lead to stressful situations and decreased motivation. Gamification can be applied to support learner motivation and emotionally boost engagement by using game-like elements…
Descriptors: Gamification, Electronic Learning, Learner Engagement, Training Methods
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