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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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Donaldson-Feilder, Emma; Lewis, Rachel; Yarker, Joanna; Whiley, Lilith A. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Mindfulness is increasingly being used within leadership development to enhance managers' wellbeing and leadership capability. Given the relational nature of leadership, we posit that an interpersonal form of mindfulness has the potential to offer benefits over and above those provided by personal or internal mindfulness. We therefore chose a…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Leadership Styles, Well Being, Delphi Technique
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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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Page, Nadine C.; Nimon-Peters, Amanda J.; Urquhart, Alexander – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Higher education classes have increased in size at a time of significant resource restrictions for universities. At the same time, employers are looking for graduates with relevant competencies and skills. This poses two key challenges: (1) how to design an experiential curriculum that produces significant skill development and (2) how to ensure…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Class Size, Higher Education, Experiential Learning
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Black, Stephanie Lee; DeGrassi, Sandra W.; Sweet, Kenneth M. – Journal of Management Education, 2021
An extensive body of literature has examined the benefits and challenges of experiential learning in higher education. At the same time, colleges and universities have increased the utilization of large class sections, both online and face-to-face. To date, little research has examined mechanisms for leveraging the benefits, while mitigating the…
Descriptors: Management Development, Experiential Learning, Outcomes of Education, Feedback (Response)
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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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Vidovic, Maya; Hammond, Michelle; Lenhardt, Jenna; Palanski, Michael; Olabisi, Joy – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Two important characteristics of contemporary teamwork are working with colleagues from diverse cultural backgrounds and working in virtual teams. Hence, preparing students to successfully navigate through the business world must include developing these two skills. To investigate learning for both cross-cultural and virtual collaboration, we…
Descriptors: International Cooperation, Educational Cooperation, Undergraduate Students, Teamwork
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Netland, Torbjørn H.; Flaeschner, Oliver; Maghazei, Omid; Brown, Karin – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Recent developments in virtual reality (VR) technologies offer new opportunities for teaching management courses. The objective of this article is to present one way to use VR to teach operations management. In partnership with a global manufacturer, we integrate virtual environments of the manufacturers' real factories in a course assignment. The…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Business Administration Education, Management Development, Simulated Environment
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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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Eriksen, Matthew; Cooper, Kevin; Miccolis, Anthony – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Based on Ben Franklin's project to develop his virtuousness, we present an assignment that provides a structured process to facilitate students' virtuousness in their day-to-day lives. Students determine four virtues they wish to develop. Each week, students focus on behaving consistently with one of these virtues. At the end of each day, they…
Descriptors: Ethics, Assignments, Metacognition, Teaching Methods
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Carter, William R.; Stickney, Lisa T. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The content of most MBA capstone strategic management courses emphasizes general management theory and analytical skill development. Additionally, the design of the capstone is often tasked with providing practical application, integrative thinking, and experiential learning. A common critique of the capstone, however, is its insufficient delivery…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Capstone Experiences, Management Development, Masters Programs
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Bradford, David L. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Experiential activities are a powerful pedagogical tool that have grown in popularity. But there are a series of ethical issues (the "shadow side") that such activities raises. These include (a) inadequate (informed) student choice, (b) bias in what is covered, (c) lack of adequate debriefing, (d) personal exposure in class and…
Descriptors: Ethics, Experiential Learning, Outcomes of Education, Informed Consent
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Taylor, Vicki Fairbanks – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Experiential learning exercises have the potential to elicit emotional responses in students and instructors alike. This article takes an auto-ethnographic approach in detailing the author's experience facilitating a role-playing activity that triggered an unanticipated emotional reaction in a session participant. In the narrative, the author…
Descriptors: Role Playing, Experiential Learning, Emotional Response, Ethnography
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Schumacher, Thomas; Mayer, Selina – Journal of Management Education, 2018
Design thinking is a creative practice that sparks managers' thinking and acting in response to the challenges of shifting consumer preferences, emerging new technological possibilities, and changing business models. The issues for management education, that is, preparing students for future management roles, is how one can teach design thinking…
Descriptors: Management Development, Design, Visualization, Teaching Methods
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Tomlin, Kathleen A.; Metzger, Matthew L.; Bradley-Geist, Jill; Gonzalez-Padron, Tracy – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Ethics blind spots, which have become a keystone of the emerging behavioral ethics literature, are essentially biases, heuristics, and psychological traps. Though students typically recognize that ethical challenges exist in the world at large, they often fail to see when they are personally prone to ethics blind spots. This creates an obstacle…
Descriptors: Ethics, Self Concept, Social Psychology, Heuristics
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