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Miller, John A. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The Management 101 Project continues to shape our understanding of what's essential to an introductory general education course in management. Our ongoing challenge is to integrate responsibilities to people (Who needs to learn? Everybody.), to best practices (How can we best learn? Active, experiential methods.), and to the contents of our…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Business Administration Education, General Education, Experiential Learning
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Dachner, Alison M.; Miguel, Rosanna F.; Patena, Rachel A. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The demands of today's ever-changing work environment often require that employees engage in intellectual risk taking (IRT) by being resourceful, trying new things, and asking questions even at the risk of making a mistake or feeling inadequate. This research seeks to identify variables that increase student IRT. Controlling for individual…
Descriptors: Risk, Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students, Personal Autonomy
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Hendry, Jamie R.; Hiller, Tammy Bunn; Martin, Eric C.; Boyd, Neil M. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Twenty-five years after John A. Miller described his seminal experiential Introduction to Organization and Management course in "JME," MGMT 101 (formerly MG 101) continues to be the foundation of management education at Bucknell University. In this article, the current MGMT 101 faculty members provide their perspective on contextual and…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Educational Change, College Faculty, Experiential Learning
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Soltes, Eugene – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Preparing students for the consequential ethical decisions that they will face in their careers is among the most difficult tasks of management education. I describe some of these challenges based on my book "Why They Do It: Inside the Mind of the White-Collar Criminal" and recent work in behavioral ethics. I explore why some decisions…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Decision Making, Administrator Education, Theory Practice Relationship
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Hedberg, Patricia R. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Reflective learning practice embedded across the business curriculum is a powerful way to equip students with intentionally formed moral habits of the mind and heart. This article explores why and how to apply reflective learning to the teaching of business ethics. To act with integrity in complicated work organizations, students need skills and…
Descriptors: Moral Development, Reflective Teaching, Ethics, Social Influences
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Baker, Diane F. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Researchers in behavioral ethics seek to understand how individuals respond to the ethical dilemmas in their lives. In any given situation, multiple social and psychological variables interact to influence ethical decision making. The purpose of this article is to explore how one such variable, empathy, affects the ethical decision-making process…
Descriptors: Empathy, Decision Making, Business Administration Education, Learning Activities
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Gentile, Mary C. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Management education has had a long and somewhat conflicted relationship with the integration of ethics and values-driven leadership into its curriculum. This essay presents some of the key challenges around pedagogy, curriculum design, as well as organizational and faculty concerns; and then outlines how behavioral ethics has triggered some…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Ethics, Moral Values, Management Development
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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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Offstein, Evan H.; Dufresne, Ronald L.; Childers, J. Stephen, Jr. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
After a spate of business ethics crises over the past two decades, management educators were put on notice: considerably more was needed to improve the ethical grounding of our graduating students. Taking stock of our progress, we contend that management education remains well short of achieving this charge and cannot be content with the state of…
Descriptors: Ethics, Military Training, Teaching Methods, Military Schools
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Schwartz, Mark S. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
To better understand the ethical decision-making process and why individuals fail to act ethically, the aim of this article is to explore what are seen as the key impediments to ethical behavior and their pedagogical implications. Using the ethical decision-making process proposed by Rest as an overarching framework, the article examines the…
Descriptors: Ethics, Decision Making, Management Development, Moral Values
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O'Brien, Kevin; Wittmer, Dennis; Ebrahimi, Bahman Paul – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Adopting a broad definition that distinguishes behavioral ethics as science and behavioral ethics in practice, we describe how service learning can be a meaningful component of a four-credit, one-quarter graduate business ethics course by blending both normative/prescriptive and behavioral/descriptive ethics. We provide a conceptual and…
Descriptors: Ethics, Graduate Students, Service Learning, Business Administration Education
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Parris, Denise Linda; McInnis-Bowers, Cecilia – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Our objective was to design an introductory business course to shape the mind-sets and skill sets of the next generation of socially conscious practitioners--to help students develop a sense of self-efficacy built on the confidence that they can make a positive impact on the world using entrepreneurial thinking and action. Essentially, the focus…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Social Responsibility, Course Content, Outcomes of Education
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Deer, Shannon; Zarestky, Jill – Journal of Management Education, 2017
This qualitative study's purpose was to evaluate how undergraduate business students' perspectives, skills, and behaviors evolved through corporate social responsibility (CSR) education taught with a focus on critical thinking and sustainable problem solving. Business schools are struggling to incorporate CSR into their curriculum despite interest…
Descriptors: Social Responsibility, Business Administration Education, Qualitative Research, Undergraduate Students
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Hawk, Thomas F. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
In the 10 years since Hawk and Lyons published, "Please Don't Give Up on Me: When Faculty Fail to Care" in "Journal of Management Education," much has changed about the nature of pedagogical caring, relational learning, and the instructor-student relationship per se. The landscape of expectations for the type and depth of…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Caring, Ethics, Higher Education
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Nikolova, Natalia; Andersen, Lisa – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Service-learning has gained strong interest among educators as a model of experiential education through community engagement. Its potential to contribute to multiple stakeholders, including students, community partners, faculty, and university, is well recognized. While research has focused on elements of this teaching model that contribute to…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Management Development, Experiential Learning, Graduate Students
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