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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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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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Moergen, Kristie J. N.; Kish-Gephart, Jennifer J. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Research increasingly acknowledges the far-reaching impact of social class and the many ways in which it can meaningfully shape individuals' work and working lives. As such, social class and concomitant class privilege represent relevant and necessary content for the management classroom. In this paper, we begin by offering an overview of select…
Descriptors: Social Class, Social Bias, Administrator Education, Business Administration Education
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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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Ohreen, David; Sundararajan, Binod; Trifts, Valerie; Comber, Scott – Journal of Management Education, 2022
The Russian developmental psychologist Lev Vygotsky provides important theoretical underpinnings for an alternative to business ethics pedagogy. Although Vygotsky's constructivist approach has been applied to other disciplines, such as cognitive development, moral development, and network analysis and learning, its application to business ethics…
Descriptors: Peer Influence, Thinking Skills, Moral Values, Ethics
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Saunders, Chad; Marcolin, Barb; Cherneski, Jennifer – Journal of Management Education, 2022
The United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) champion responsible management education and research globally by instilling social responsibility values in students through teaching, research, and service. As investment capital shifts toward sustainable opportunities and companies recognize the limitations of an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Values, Student Attitudes
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Maloni, Michael J.; Gligor, David M.; Blumentritt, Tim; Gligor, Nichole – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Immigration is an important and contemporary topic in management education given its impact on labor, wages, innovation, and diversity. However, extant research offers few insights into the antecedents to student immigration attitudes. Survey data from undergraduate students taking business courses at two large public universities in the southeast…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Immigration, Stranger Reactions
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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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Burton, Nicholas; Culham, Tom; Vu, Mai Chi – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Can the philosophical foundations of spiritual practices inform management education pedagogy and in the long-run support emotional development and more ethical and responsible business practice? In this article, we introduce the essential aspects of three different spiritual traditions--Daoist inner work, Buddhist mindful reflexivity, and Quaker…
Descriptors: Spiritual Development, Management Development, Ethics, Business Administration Education
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Sanderson, Kathy – Journal of Management Education, 2021
As the prominence of experiential learning (EL) increases in management education, so do pressures on educators to adopt new, and less defined modes of classroom instruction. The incorporation of hands-on practice with standard pedagogy places expectations on educators to include assignments with emotional or ethical aspects. It is often assumed…
Descriptors: Management Development, Experiential Learning, Business Administration Education, Teaching Methods
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Fiset, John; Byrne, Alyson – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Organizations around the world are challenged with managing complex decisions; however, many students do not have practical experience with the way in which these organizations go about this process. In this article, we outline an experiential case, based on a contemporary, real-world health policy challenge, which illustrates the ethical and…
Descriptors: Public Health, Decision Making, College Students, Teamwork
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André, Rae – Journal of Management Education, 2020
In this article, I describe how the theory of integrative learning frames student learning in a course on climate leadership. The course is grounded in the theory of strong sustainability, which is sustainability for the planet rather than for individual companies alone. In a description of Beta, an MBA course on climate leadership, I show how…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Sustainability, Leadership Training, Climate
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Gersel, Johan; Thaning, Morten Sørensen – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Departing from discussions at Research in Management Learning & Education (RMLE) Unconferences, we identify the problem of practical deliberation: When faced with multiple, relevant theories that all demand to be given weight in a process of deliberation, how do management students, while drawing on these theories, justify their choice? Based…
Descriptors: Management Development, Decision Making, Public Administration, Masters Programs
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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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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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