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Comer, Debra R.; Schwartz, Michael – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Management educators have been advised to cultivate their students' character. Yet they lack the instructional resources they need to do so. We were inspired by the principles and techniques of the Jewish spiritual practice of "Mussar" to put students on a personalized path of continuous character improvement. According to…
Descriptors: Management Development, Judaism, Personality Traits, Religious Factors
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Costigan, Robert D.; Brink, Kyle E. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Influence is a critical competency for success in the workplace. Past research has shown that two oral communication skills (listening and oral expression) are associated with interpersonal influence. This exploratory study examines the effectiveness of two pedagogies (leaderless group discussion [LGD] and oral presentation with a question and…
Descriptors: Oral Language, Language Skills, Graduate Students, Masters Programs
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Steinbauer, Robert; Renn, Robert W.; Chen, Shawna H.; Biggane, Jonathan; Deitz, George – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Educators and practitioners often raise the question of whether business schools sufficiently prepare students to stay morally engaged when faced with ethical dilemmas in the workforce. Specifically, they criticize the theoretical nature of traditional in-class exercises for inhibiting students' moral development. We investigate the impact working…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Business Administration Education, Mentors, Ethics
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Edmondson, Brandy S.; Edmondson, Vickie Cox; Adams, Jann; Barnes, Jodi – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Despite the advances made since the civil rights era, racial and ethnic differences are still salient and politically divisive in the United States. Businesses increasingly have diversity, equity, and inclusion goals and business management faculty can play an important role in helping them achieve those goals. In this article, we argue that…
Descriptors: Business, Diversity, Social Justice, Activism
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Lamb, Peter; Hsu, Shih-Wei; Lemanski, Michal – Journal of Management Education, 2020
This article presents contextualization as a pedagogic response to the issues of cross-cultural relevance associated with Western management education in non-Western contexts, and with regard to the needs and expectations of non-Western students. Building on a synthesis of threshold concepts and threshold capabilities, this article demonstrates in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Fundamental Concepts, Administrator Education, Cross Cultural Studies
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Eriksen, Matthew; Collins, Sarah; Finocchio, Bailey; Oakley, Julian – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Our study adds to the existing literature by documenting an improvement in students' coaching effectiveness over the course of the semester, as well as identifying the most important factors contributing to this improvement. We identify the rationale for the development of the peer coaching process and its learning objectives, as well as describe…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Coaching (Performance), Peer Teaching, Leadership Training
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Roldan, Malu; Kothari, Tanvi; Dunn-Jensen, Linda M. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
High-impact practices (HIPs) have been shown to be effective in helping first-year students successfully transition into college. However, since most of the research on HIPs has been done in small liberal arts settings, little is known about the efficacy and implementation practices of HIPs in large, public, primarily nonresidential institutions,…
Descriptors: Majors (Students), Commuter Colleges, Public Colleges, School Size
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Lebrón, Mariana J.; Brannon, David; Sanford, Douglas; Ellison, Lori – Journal of Management Education, 2020
When facilitating large-scale instructional change, leaders face stakeholder tensions that arise from different institutional pressures. Over the past 4 years, we have created an innovative "live" case competition in a strategic management course as our college's signature undergraduate experiential learning opportunity. This case has…
Descriptors: Competition, Capstone Experiences, Management Development, Experiential Learning
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McCauley, Kelly Davis; Hinojosa, Amanda S. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Doctoral education is inherently stressful for students. While the implications of stress on employees has been heavily investigated within the management literature, what we know about stress has not yet been applied to doctoral education. We take initial steps toward using the stress literature to examine stress in doctoral education by applying…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Doctoral Programs, Stress Variables, Individual Differences
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Vince, Russ – Journal of Management Education, 2020
This article explores doctoral students' emotional experience as they learn about conducting qualitative research. Emotions emerging from a shared learning experience provided doctoral students with opportunities to reflect on their experience as qualitative researchers and on the practice of qualitative research. Explicit links are made between…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Doctoral Students, Qualitative Research, Experiential Learning
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Bonner, Robert L.; Stone, Christopher B.; Mittal, Sarah; Phillips, William; Utecht, Richard L. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
The qualifications of academics to teach students are often left unquestioned. Current accreditation standards, for an academic to teach, are typically determined by courses taken, certifications or degrees obtained, and/or industry experience. Doctoral programs are inconsistent in their approaches to formal instruction in pedagogy and their…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Business Administration Education, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods
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Ismail, Arif; Ansell, Gwen; Barnard, Helena – Journal of Management Education, 2020
What scholars call "writing" actually involves writing, reading, talking, thinking, and engaging. Yet how academic writing develops through this recursive, social process, is imperfectly understood. Although participating in academic gatherings like colloquia and international conferences can help researchers find a scholarly voice, not…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Academic Language, Foreign Countries, Writing Strategies
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Deer, Shannon; Simpson, Nancy – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Undergraduate students enrolled in a large research university walked 500 miles on the Camino de Santiago (Camino) as a culminating experience of a course designed to foster high-impact learning, specifically learning about themselves as leaders and global citizens. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore undergraduate students'…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Research Universities, Course Descriptions, Self Concept
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Jeong, Sophia S.; Sun, Cong (Timothy); Fu, Ping Ping – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Business schools face a dilemma of promoting prosocial values while maintaining the principles of self-interest and profit maximization. In response to recent research suggesting that emotions may be the key to ethical decision making, we ask two basic questions: Do emotions make business students more ethical? Is business school education…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Psychological Patterns, Ethics, Decision Making
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Allen, Scott J. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
We are on the precipice of significant change in industry. Some have called it industry 4.0, and without significant attention, business management educators will be unfamiliar and underprepared--and as a result, they will not adequately equip their students for change. This essay explores the need for a digital mindset and tech literacy in…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Business Administration Education, World Views, Cognitive Processes
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