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Christine H. Mooney; Bethany S. Cockburn – Journal of Management Education, 2024
This article outlines a novel approach for career readiness which embeds a global engagement trip within a social entrepreneurship course. Utilizing an empathy driven approach, the instructional innovation exposes students to social impact and innovation in an entrepreneurial setting, provides an opportunity for rich engagements with social and…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Occupational Aspiration, Career Readiness, Instructional Innovation
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Janina Sundermeier; Conny Steenblock – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Students who seemingly do not fit the masculine ideal of an entrepreneur rarely consider entrepreneurship as a suitable career path due to a lack of identification and perceived feasibility. To challenge the masculinization of entrepreneurship, we drew from contemporary literature on gender role stereotypes to design a course that enables business…
Descriptors: Sex Role, Sex Stereotypes, Entrepreneurship, Masculinity
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Carol Flinchbaugh; Whitney Moore; Shammi Gandhi – Journal of Management Education, 2024
Stress is ubiquitous in life and creates a need for effective responses in any domain. In this exploratory study, our goal was to understand better how business students learn and use stress management techniques in the classroom context and how this learning applies to different domains. We used thematic coding and textual analysis of weekly…
Descriptors: College Students, Stress Management, Training, Student Experience
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Schöbel, Sofia Marlena; Janson, Andreas; Leimeister, Jan Marco – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Online training to improve problem-solving skills has become increasingly important in management learning. In online environments, learners take a more active role which can lead to stressful situations and decreased motivation. Gamification can be applied to support learner motivation and emotionally boost engagement by using game-like elements…
Descriptors: Gamification, Electronic Learning, Learner Engagement, Training Methods
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Reed, Richard S.; Van Wagoner, Hunter Phoenix; Cropanzano, Russell; Jennings, Tracy M. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
For many reasons, higher education is shifting toward more online instruction. As this shift occurs, educators and administrators should be aware that the efficacy of online courses may be influenced by course content. Specifically, student learning may suffer as courses utilizing significant quantitative content, such as accounting and finance,…
Descriptors: Business Education, Electronic Learning, In Person Learning, Comparative Analysis
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Lo, Kevin D. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
With ongoing racial tensions, terms such as antiracism and diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) are buzzwords on campuses across the United States. Yet resources, especially in management education, to teach privilege and intersectionality are limited. This article introduces four reflection exercises I have found valuable in facilitating students'…
Descriptors: College Students, Advantaged, Power Structure, Social Class
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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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Rabelo, Verónica Caridad; Bonner, Robert L.; Stewart, Oscar Jerome – Journal of Management Education, 2023
The ability to notice and eliminate organizational inequities begins with "privilege awareness": an understanding of how individuals and social groups experience exemption from discrimination as well as access to unearned advantages, such as disproportionate access to resources. Thus, privilege awareness is necessary for noticing,…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Power Structure, Social Class, Social Systems
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Iskhakova, Marina; Bradly, Andrew – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Short-term study abroad (STSA) programs are the fastest growing segment of experiential learning programs in management education and the least studied. This is the first systematic review of STSA research, which focuses on 156 studies on STSA published between 2000 and 2019 and proposes a conceptual model to guide STSA research scholars. Through…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Research Reports, Experiential Learning, Management Development
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Schultz, Christian – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Entrepreneurship education has become a regular part of the higher education curriculum worldwide. However, the distinct impacts of different pedagogical methods remain unclear. I develop six hypotheses and test them on a sample of participants in a business plan course and a lean startup camp. While any entrepreneurship course participation…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Entrepreneurship, College Curriculum, Teaching Methods
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Blasco, Maribel; Langevang, Thilde; Jeppesen, Søren – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Students wishing to pursue careers in international business, notably in the developing world, must be prepared for complex, unpredictable, uncomfortable, and messy realities, and to collaborate with others very different from themselves. Mainstream business school learning environments are generally highly structured, cognitively oriented,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Field Experience Programs, College Students, Coping
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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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Lilly, Juliana D.; Wipawayangkool, Kamphol; Pass, Michael – Journal of Management Education, 2022
University teachers and students are evaluated regularly on their performance, and when evaluations are lower than expected, the feedback may be threatening to the individual, potentially causing deviant behaviors including un-collegiality and poor performance. In this paper, we use the self-threat model of procedural justice to examine faculty…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Evaluation, College Students, Student Evaluation
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Becheikh, Nizar; Mourad, Maha; Tolba, Ahmed – Journal of Management Education, 2022
The case method has made inroads as a pedagogical tool that can sharpen students' analytical skills and better prepare them for the reality awaiting them professionally. Despite its deep-seated origins in the West, the case method remains underused in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The purpose of this study is to explore the main…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Business Education, Higher Education
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Allen, Stuart – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Controversies are a potentially powerful teaching tool in the management classroom enabling students to explore different perspectives on an issue and to develop their skills in areas such as critical thinking and communication. Controversy is implicit to learning and to leadership and management roles in workplaces where multiple opposing views…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Teaching Methods, College Students, Business Administration Education
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