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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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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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Williamson, Aimee L.; Wang, Irene Guannan – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Course evaluation instruments (CEIs) are widespread, influential components of faculty professional development and evaluation processes. Given their importance to continuous instructional improvement and their weight in promotion, tenure, and other evaluation processes, it is critical that business schools and higher education institutions more…
Descriptors: Course Evaluation, Business Schools, Case Studies, Evaluation Methods
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Pittaway, Luke A.; Tantawy, Maha M.; Corbett, Andrew C.; Brush, Candida – Journal of Management Education, 2023
In response to a need for improved training of business school teaching, this research explores US doctoral programs in management and finds a need to purposefully embed scaffolding--the process of gradually enabling the doctoral student to take on more challenging aspects of teaching--into doctoral program design. We also recommend a more…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Program Design
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Balkin, David B.; Treviño, Len J.; Straub, Caroline – Journal of Management Education, 2022
When women teach management in U.S. business schools they are likely to experience more gender inequities than men. In this essay we examine three dimensions of management teaching where gender inequities are likely to occur: (1) student-faculty interactions; (2) student evaluations of teaching; and (3) interactions between faculty peers. The…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Sex Fairness, Gender Bias, Business Schools
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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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Audebrand, Luc K.; Pepin, Matthias – Journal of Management Education, 2022
In this article, we rely on the development of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to show the relevance of a values-based approach to responsible management. To clarify the notion of values, we draw on Heinich's axiological sociology, which presents values as principles of judgment and action. Building on this approach, we interviewed 35…
Descriptors: Educational Principles, MOOCs, Values, Sociology
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Roldan, Malu – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Management faculty members have had a longstanding interest in the design of the Introduction to Management Course as it presents an opportune point to provide students with the foundational skills for success in their Management Studies. Since many Management majors take these courses during their freshman year in the university, the courses are,…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Business Administration Education, Instructional Design, Majors (Students)
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Quijada, Maria Alejandra – Journal of Management Education, 2021
This article deals with my experience of struggling with mental health while trying to succeed in a management department. I will explore the realities of working as an academic in a business school, my experience as a new faculty member with mental health issues, the stigma I encountered, and how mental illness has challenged my opportunity for…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Social Bias, Mental Disorders, College Faculty
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Wei, M. L.; Bunjun, Benita – Journal of Management Education, 2021
This article is grounded in the premises that racism is a significant predictor of mental health outcomes and that racialized international students experience a great deal of race-based discriminatory treatment. In highlighting how this takes shape in the context of business schools and describing some pedagogical interventions, our purpose is to…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Intervention, Mental Health, Well Being
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Trinh, Mai P.; van Esch, Chantal; Martinez, Hector A.; Messer, Tracey – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Experiential learning has been documented as an effective method for student learning, yet its use in large-enrollment classes remains limited. Kolb's experiential learning theory emphasizes that experiential learning requires a hospitable learning space (HLS) that is conducive to learning. In this article, we reframe the challenges to…
Descriptors: Management Development, Experiential Learning, Learning Processes, Learning Theories
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Mu, Fengli; Hatch, James – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Many business schools continue to use contribution in teaching, research, and service as measures of faculty performance. There has been a long tradition of thinking of faculty as making their research contribution within a specific subdiscipline. We call these teaching and discipline scholars (TDS). However a growing number of faculty who,…
Descriptors: Business Schools, College Faculty, Intellectual Disciplines, Tenure
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Perusso, Andre; van der Sijde, Peter; Leal, Rafael; Blankesteijn, Marlous – Journal of Management Education, 2021
The organizational world has long recognized action learning (AL) as an invaluable tool for managerial development. However, AL's popularity among organizations did not translate into its adoption by business schools. A lack of evidence on what competencies AL fosters in students and whether these competencies transfer to practice has limited its…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Self Efficacy, Outcomes of Education, Business Administration Education
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Bruni-Bossio, Vince; Delbaere, Marjorie – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Business schools and graduate business programs have struggled since their inception to ensure that what students learn in their courses will resonate with the skills needed in their careers. To date, there has been limited attention paid to cocurricular experiential learning opportunities to assist with this challenge. In this article, we discuss…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Workshops, Business Schools, Graduate Study
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Ruppert, Bryan; Hoption, Colette – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Embracing a positive-psychology approach to well-being, this study aimed at identifying how to maximize students' pleasure when receiving grades. Results from two experiments showed that students gained greater pleasure when receiving feedback in letter-grade format than in percentage scores. The results are consistent with social-psychological…
Descriptors: Grades (Scholastic), Feedback (Response), Emotional Response, Undergraduate Students
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