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Rasha Goumaa; Lisa Anderson – Journal of Management Education, 2024
We report on a study of how instructors in an online management classroom aim to develop critical reflection through asynchronous discussions. There is an ongoing debate centered on improving asynchronous discussions in online management education but insights into how these discussions could be facilitated to promote critical reflection remains…
Descriptors: Management Development, Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Program Design
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Jahangir Wasim; Moustafa Haj Youssef; Ioannis Christodoulou; Robert Reinhardt – Journal of Management Education, 2024
This research aims to examine the extent to which the way entrepreneurs learn is reflected in entrepreneurship education, highlighting the existing gap between the literature on entrepreneurial learning and the practice of entrepreneurship education. To explore entrepreneurial learning in-depth, we adopted an interpretivist-constructivist approach…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Countries, Experience
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Cook, Paul – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Improving perceptions of graduate utility is fundamental to Higher Education's employability and skills agenda. However, utility enhancement is a ubiquitous consequence of all learning. Therefore, motivating students to engage in deep learning to improve their utility is problematic. Using the student voice, in this article, I explain how prompts…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Management Development, Time Perspective, Disadvantaged
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Sanyal, Chandana; Rigg, Clare – Journal of Management Education, 2021
In this article, we illustrate how ideas and practices of mindfulness can be integrated into management education, drawing from our work on postgraduate programs run with working managers. Our purpose is particularly to show how mindfulness can be introduced into the curriculum in a way that is acceptable for participants and clients, and brings…
Descriptors: Management Development, Leadership Training, Metacognition, Teaching Methods
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Cassell, Catherine – Journal of Management Education, 2019
In this article, I present some of the teaching and learning challenges faced from the perspective of a U.K. business school dean. There are many challenges that I could have chosen, but my focus is on the unpredictable external environment, the conundrum of teaching evaluation, developing teaching staff, and the curriculum issues we face.
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Deans, Administrator Attitudes
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Laing, Angus – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Deans and academic colleagues are collectively involved in the delivery of business education. Yet their perspectives on teaching and learning can vary significantly reflecting the distinctive position from which they view the process. The dean's perspective is shaped by external drivers and reference groups that are very different from those…
Descriptors: Deans, College Faculty, Administrator Attitudes, Teacher Administrator Relationship
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Ramanau, Ruslan – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This article explores how part-time students in an online international management course perceived various features of the course-learning design and whether international perspectives were built into their learning experiences. The focus of the study was on cross-cultural differences across groups of learners in the United Kingdom, in other…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Part Time Students, Online Courses, Global Approach
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Simpson, Colin; Sommer, Daniela – Journal of Management Education, 2016
In light of the prominent role of socio-materiality in contemporary social scientific, and particularly educational research, this article uses two practice-based theories to investigate the experiences of German business management professionals on a U.K.-based DBA delivered in Germany. We specifically take concepts from cultural historical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Doctoral Programs, Distance Education, Business Administration Education
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Gibbs, Graham – Journal of Management Education, 2016
This paper, a rejoinder to "Isn't It Time We Did Something about the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" by Marx et al., suggests glancing at practices outside the United States to get some perspective on the nature of the problem of why so little emphasis is placed on teaching preparation in business doctoral…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Educational Change, Preservice Teacher Education
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Guerriero Wilson, Robbie – Journal of Management Education, 2015
This essay considers the developments in education for management in 20th-century Britain. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, that is, the highpoint of the United Kingdom's economic success, management was considered more of an art than a science, and formal education specifically for management was limited. After the Second World War,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Business Administration Education, Administrator Education, Business Education
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Louw, Jonathan – Journal of Management Education, 2015
Proponents of the transformative potential of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) claim that their adoption could lead to a "paradigm change" in business schools, thus addressing many of the sustained critiques of the sector in recent years. However, this claim and the PRME themselves have to date…
Descriptors: Critical Reading, Management Development, Business Administration Education, Foreign Countries
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Kelly, Simon – Journal of Management Education, 2014
This article draws on insights taken from Lacanian psychoanalysis to rethink and resituate notions of the self and subjectivity within the theory and practice of experiential leadership development. Adopting an autoethnographic approach, it describes the author's own experience as a participant in a program of equine-assisted learning or…
Descriptors: Animals, Leadership Training, Personal Narratives, Interaction
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Schwabenland, Christina – Journal of Management Education, 2011
This article describes a self-reflexive exploration of five instances of encounters with indigenous managers that challenged my preconceptions about management. My focus is on the praxis of the moments in which these challenges occurred. I analyze these experiences to answer four questions: How did learning occur? What was that learning? How did…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Foreign Countries, Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations
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Walker, Helen L.; Gough, Stephen; Bakker, Elmer F.; Knight, Louise A.; McBain, Darian – Journal of Management Education, 2009
In the Operations Management field, sustainable procurement has emerged as a way to green the purchasing and supply process. This paper explores issues in sustainable procurement training. The authors formed an interdisciplinary team to design, deliver and evaluate a training programme to promote and develop sustainable procurement in the United…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Foreign Countries, Sustainable Development, Web Based Instruction
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Backhaus, Kristin; Liff, Joshua P. – Journal of Management Education, 2007
This article examines the role of intuition and/or analysis cognitive styles and approaches to studying in business education. The Cognitive Style Index (CSI) and Revised Approaches to Studying Inventory (RASI) were administered to 222 American undergraduate business students. The authors found a relationship between analytic orientation and grade…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Cognitive Style, Grade Point Average, Intuition
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