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Fellenz, Martin R. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Giacalone and Promislo's essay on the menace of misinformation usefully discusses problems arising from faculty misstatements. However, it falls short of identifying a deeper malaise in management education where a lack of critical and reflexive consideration of the nature of truth and the use of empirical facts; of the role of values and…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Deception, Misconceptions
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Charlier, Steven D.; Hoell, Robert C.; Sproul, Curtis R.; Stewart, Steven A. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
In this rejoinder, we provide a different perspective on the positions put forth by Giacalone and Promislo as they relate to (1) the claims of the pervasiveness of "misinformation" that is communicated by management faculty and (2) the proposition that management educators should teach in a nonideological fashion. Our position on these…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Deception, Misconceptions
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Brahm, Taiga; Jenert, Tobias – Journal of Management Education, 2019
In their thought-provoking article, Giacalone and Promislo point to some problematic ideas in management education such as the adoration of materialism and competition or the notion of the economic model as a natural law. But do students really develop such ideas because they were misinformed by their teachers? Misinformation implies that what is…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Deception, Misconceptions
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Lewis, Vance Johnson – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The notion that we as business faculty are misleading students is on the surface shocking but in deeper thought not misguided. While Giacalone and Promislo present a compelling argument for how and why business schools do not present the full picture to students, their discussion lacks in embracing the situations faced by all students. In this…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Deception, Misconceptions
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Chappell, Stacie; Thomas, Debby – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Classroom as organization (CAO) is an approach at the extreme end of an experiential learning intensity continuum. While proponents suggest they would never go back to a teacher-centered classroom, CAO has not become widely adopted since its initial description by Cohen. We argue this is, in part, because of shadow elements that may discourage…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Teaching Methods, Organizations (Groups), Student Centered Learning
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North-Samardzic, Andrea; de Witt, Marlize – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Management educators employ a variety of learning and teaching tools in order to engage students, with online business simulations being one of these tools. While many business simulations are available to management educators, they do not always fit the needs of the educator or have evidence to support their efficacy for achieving student…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Learner Engagement, Computer Simulation, Computer Uses in Education
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Allen, Dee; Simpson, Colin – Journal of Management Education, 2019
This article is aimed at any departmental faculty or head of school in charge of conducting curriculum review and presents a holistic approach based on Appreciative Inquiry and recently used by a University Business School in the Southwest of England. As a future-facing or strength-based approach, our Inquiry into Graduate Attributes brought…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, College Curriculum, Holistic Approach, Curriculum Evaluation
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Bacon, Donald R.; Stewart, Kim A.; Silver, William S. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
For as long as formal management education has existed, students have worked in groups to perform team projects. And for about the same amount of time, teachers have wondered about the best way to structure and administer student teams. Formal recommendations have been developed on how to effectively create and administer student teams. However,…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Management Development, Peer Evaluation, Teacher Effectiveness
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Morgan, Shona D.; Stewart, Alice C. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The most recent recipient of the JME Lasting Impact Award, "Lessons from the Best and Worst Student Team Experiences: How a Teacher can make the Difference," by Bacon, Stewart, and Silver (1999) is an elegantly presented examination of how the set of decisions made by instructors regarding team assignments affect student experience. An…
Descriptors: Management Development, Teacher Role, Decision Making, Peer Evaluation
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Stickney, Lisa T.; Bento, Regina F.; Aggarwal, Anil; Adlakha, Veena – Journal of Management Education, 2019
The nature and antecedents of faculty satisfaction in online higher education have not received much scholarly attention yet, despite the growing literature that indicates the relevance of faculty satisfaction for outcomes such as the success of e-learning programs, student learning, and student satisfaction. This exploratory study surveyed 171…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, Job Satisfaction
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Eury, Jennifer L.; Treviño, Linda Klebe – Journal of Management Education, 2019
We describe a unique co-curricular honor and integrity program at a large, research university's business school. We discuss the evolution of the program as well as the array of stakeholders who were involved in its early development and sustenance. We use an ethical culture template to highlight the formal and informal systems, and we discuss…
Descriptors: Integrity, Business Schools, Research Universities, Program Development
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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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Brandhorst, Jaclyn K. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Erika Darics's recent article "Critical Language and Discourse Awareness in Management Education" called for a more nuanced appreciation of language and communication in the management classroom. In this rejoinder, I share insights from my own background in organizational communication and discuss how I incorporate communication theory…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Metalinguistics, Administrator Education, Communication Skills
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Darics, Erika – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Communication and, through it, language have become key elements of business and organizational life. How organizations interact within their walls and with the outside world fundamentally affects business processes, creating organizational culture, shaping public perceptions, and influencing consumer choices. This essay calls for a greater…
Descriptors: Discourse Analysis, Metalinguistics, Administrator Education, Communication Skills
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Greenhalgh, Anne M.; Maxwell, Christopher I. – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Images of leadership serve as mirrors reflecting assumptions and as windows revealing possibilities. We take a visual and less common methodological approach and highlight particular images by way of a linguistic and stylistic analysis. The foundation of this study--an archive of 8,283 images and essays--is noteworthy, since it represents nearly…
Descriptors: Language Styles, Discourse Analysis, Undergraduate Students, Business Schools
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