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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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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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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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Gergana Todorova; John E. Barbuto Jr. – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Conflict expression describes the way people convey opposition across six types (debate, argue, tease, dismiss, complain, and disguise). The concept has garnered increased attention among management scholars, but experiential exercises to guide instruction are needed. This paper presents an engaging activity that encourages participants to…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Instruction, Conflict, Conflict Resolution
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Fan, Yifeng; Hogan, Toschia M. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
There has been strong advocacy for educators to extensively examine pedagogical assumptions to design more inclusive and accessible classes. However, our assumptions about inclusivity and the interplay of privilege and students' "common sense" have received little attention. As such, a common sense gap exists, where faculty may regard…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Management Development, Inclusion, Educational Experience
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Villes├Ęche, Florence; Teilmann-Lock, Stina – Journal of Management Education, 2023
In this article, we argue that a key diversity issue to be tackled in the classroom is disparity: Some students are more privileged than others, and their inputs are more valued than others'. Therefore, as educators, we need to devise new ways to rebalance benefits and deficits in our classrooms. Complementing critical work on privilege in…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Teamwork, Advantaged, Power Structure
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Ferraro, Holly Slay – Journal of Management Education, 2023
This article deals with my experience of teaching a course on Black women's enterprise and activism as a means of disrupting the dominant narratives that privilege accounts of Whites and men in the management canon. I explore counterstorytelling as a pedagogical tool to bear witness to the struggles of people from marginalized communities and…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching Experience, Blacks, African Americans
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Young-Ferris, Anna; Voola, Ranjit – Journal of Management Education, 2023
We explore privilege and its systemic intertwining with management education curricula. We take the view that "privilege as power and control" is intimately bound up with shareholder primacy as a foundation of mainstream management education (Lund Dean & Forray, 2021). In an attempt to tackle this, we provide a single case study of…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Curriculum, Power Structure, Advantaged
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Nelson, Terry A. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Teaching about race as an African American female instructor at a predominantly white university has its challenges, especially regarding classroom power and privilege dynamics. I use the concepts of intersectionality and positionality as frameworks to explain the experiences that I encountered in the classroom, usually as the only African…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Race, Racism, Predominantly White Institutions
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Wallo, Andreas; Martin, Jason; Sparrhoff, Gun; Kock, Henrik – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Promoting the capacity for critical reflection is a pivotal part of management learning and education. Based on the concept of developmental learning, the purpose of this paper is to explore and outline two types of critical reflection: "critique for improvement" and "critique for emancipation." Critique for improvement is…
Descriptors: Criticism, Educational Improvement, Management Development, Organizational Change
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Allen, Scott J.; Rosch, David M.; Riggio, Ronald E. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Leader development serves as a strong focus in the mission statements of many business school programs. Looking at business school leader development programs through the lens of adult learning theory, we assert that there is an overreliance on cognitive training (e.g., lecture) as the primary form of education used in preparing future business…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Business Schools, Adult Learning, Lecture Method
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Welcomer, Stephanie A.; Haggerty, Mark E.; Sama, Linda M. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Post-truth poses deep challenges for educators and learners as classrooms are disrupted by the erosion of the status of facts, technologically driven information sourcing, and increasing incivility in the public sphere. These disruptions manifest behaviorally and conceptually and, we argue, can potentially radically realign learning and…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Business Administration Education, Ethics, Epistemology
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Allen, Douglas B.; Fukami, Cynthia V.; Wittmer, Dennis P. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
We have entered the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Disruption is coming--in fact, it is here. New paradigms are forming, which will bring significant change to the workplace. It is unclear what changes will come to pass and what will be their ultimate impact on the workplace. But our discipline of management bears a deep responsibility to…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Elective Courses, Curriculum Development, College Curriculum
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Rhew, Nicholas D.; Jones, David R.; Sama, Linda M.; Robinson, Sarah; Friedman, Victor J.; Egan, Mark – Journal of Management Education, 2021
The nature of academic work has changed dramatically in recent decades, resulting in part in decreased well-being among faculty. In this article, we discuss these changes and their effects, with a focus on coping through restorative spaces. While faculty members may frequently conceal their restorative spaces in fear of how our time spent in them…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Well Being, Coping, Educational Change
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