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Asarta, Carlos J.; Bento, Regina F.; Ferrara, Zachary; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2020
This article describes the authors' experience at The New School's Research in Management Learning and Education UnConference and presents five Business and Management Education (BME)--related actionable scholarship themes that originated at the UnConference: journal equivalency in BME scholarship, evolution of BME rankings, gender and BME…
Descriptors: Management Development, Business Administration Education, Scholarship, Periodicals
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Asarta, Carlos J.; Bento, Regina; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Lund Dean, Kathy; Arbaugh, J. B.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Despite calls for and advances in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL) over the years, research-intensive institutions have a persistent reputation as preferring and demanding Boyer's "scholarship of discovery" at the expense of SOTL work. In this article, we challenge the dominant narrative that research-focused…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Management Development, Business Administration Education
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Arbaugh, J. B.; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Although the volume of business and management education (BME) research has expanded substantially, concerns remain about the field's legitimacy and its ability to attract new and dedicated scholars. An obstacle that may impede field development is lack of knowledge about influential works and authors to frame topical areas of inquiry and future…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Management Development, Citation Analysis, Journal Articles
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Dean, Kathy Lund; Fornaciari, Charles J. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
Over a five-year period, we made a persistent observation: Course structures and routines, such as assignment parameters, student group process rules, and grading schemes were being consistently ignored. As a result, we got distracted by correcting these structural issues and were spending less time on student assignment performance. In this…
Descriptors: College Students, College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Course Organization
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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Lund Dean, Kathy – Journal of Management Education, 2014
While the scholarship of teaching and learning literature has made great advances in our understanding of how learning might best occur, the syllabus as a teaching and learning tool appears to have been almost completely left out of the developmental conversation. Overwhelmingly, extant literature about syllabi and their use focuses on operational…
Descriptors: Course Descriptions, Teaching Methods, Cognitive Processes, Administrator Education
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Lund Dean, Kathy; Fornaciari, Charles J. – Journal of Management Education, 2014
In our previous article about reconceptualizing the course syllabus, we argued that instructors must move syllabi beyond their traditional pedagogically-inspired focus on operational course norms if the syllabus is to remain relevant as a teaching and learning tool. Here, we take the andragogical ideas developed in the prior article and provide…
Descriptors: Course Descriptions, Andragogy, Teaching Methods, Cooperative Learning
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Ritchie, William J.; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Drew, Stephen A. W.; Marlin, Dan – Journal of Management Education, 2013
Many capstone strategic management courses use computer-based simulations as core pedagogical tools. Simulations are touted as assisting students in developing much-valued skills in strategy formation, implementation, and team management in the pursuit of superior strategic performance. However, despite their rich nature, little is known regarding…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Business Administration Education, Strategic Planning, Teamwork
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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Lund Dean, Kathy – Journal of Management Education, 2013
Most instructors at least occasionally experience grading student work as a frustrating, time-consuming task. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) instrument can be a powerful self-awareness tool for management educators seeking to enhance their grading techniques. Evidence suggests that many management professors prefer Extraversion (E),…
Descriptors: Grading, Administrator Education, College Faculty, Personality Traits
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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Dean, Kathy Lund – Journal of Management Education, 2005
Standard organizational behavior survey courses usually introduce students to the "nuts and bolts" of organizational work design and models that mechanize work. This article develops an experiential exercise that simulates working conditions that can foster greater student understanding of the affective, ethical, and human aspects of work design.…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Industrial Psychology, Experiential Learning, Simulation
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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Forte, Monique; Mathews, Charles S. – Journal of Management Education, 1999
Innovation theory suggests that distance education is a "killer application" that presents a significant advantage over prevailing technology. Compared with traditional universities, time and space independence gives distance learning a great advantage for students interested primarily in their education, professional training, and credentialing…
Descriptors: Competition, Distance Education, Educational Innovation, Higher Education
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Fornaciari, Charles J.; Roca, Maria F. Loffredo – Journal of Management Education, 1999
Problems in using the Internet for research include knowledge of the technology, data relevance, information overload, and website evaluation. Solutions include making research mindful, defining problems effectively, determining information needs, identifying and evaluating information, and questioning source credibility and quality. (SK)
Descriptors: Information Literacy, Information Seeking, Internet, Research Methodology