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Ferraro, Holly Slay – Journal of Management Education, 2023
This article deals with my experience of teaching a course on Black women's enterprise and activism as a means of disrupting the dominant narratives that privilege accounts of Whites and men in the management canon. I explore counterstorytelling as a pedagogical tool to bear witness to the struggles of people from marginalized communities and…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching Experience, Blacks, African Americans
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Young-Ferris, Anna; Voola, Ranjit – Journal of Management Education, 2023
We explore privilege and its systemic intertwining with management education curricula. We take the view that "privilege as power and control" is intimately bound up with shareholder primacy as a foundation of mainstream management education (Lund Dean & Forray, 2021). In an attempt to tackle this, we provide a single case study of…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Curriculum, Power Structure, Advantaged
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Fulmore, Julia A.; Olson, Jude; Maellaro, Rosemary – Journal of Management Education, 2023
A disconnect has long existed between what is typically taught in management education programs and what real-world organizations seek in their leadership candidates, particularly regarding interpersonal skills. Primary complaints from the business community revolve around issues of curriculum relevance and delivery methodologies that do not…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Interpersonal Competence, Skill Development, Business
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Nelson, Terry A. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
Teaching about race as an African American female instructor at a predominantly white university has its challenges, especially regarding classroom power and privilege dynamics. I use the concepts of intersectionality and positionality as frameworks to explain the experiences that I encountered in the classroom, usually as the only African…
Descriptors: African American Teachers, Race, Racism, Predominantly White Institutions
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Hamdani, Maria Riaz; Wallin, Ann; Ashkanasy, Neal M.; Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark – Journal of Management Education, 2023
In this essay, we focus on methodological issues that reviewers and editors commonly encounter when evaluating empirical articles in scholarship of teaching and learning in management education. We organize our discussion around three stages--design, analysis, and reporting. The essay identifies which types of issues are likely to receive…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Business Administration Education, Journal Articles, Statistical Analysis
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Pittaway, Luke A.; Tantawy, Maha M.; Corbett, Andrew C.; Brush, Candida – Journal of Management Education, 2023
In response to a need for improved training of business school teaching, this research explores US doctoral programs in management and finds a need to purposefully embed scaffolding--the process of gradually enabling the doctoral student to take on more challenging aspects of teaching--into doctoral program design. We also recommend a more…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Business Administration Education, Doctoral Programs, Program Design
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Eury, Jennifer L.; Hawk, Thomas F. – Journal of Management Education, 2023
In this essay, we offer two personal narratives of how we innovated in our approaches to teaching and learning--our pedagogical epiphanies. The first narrative, triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, focuses on innovating and moving from the use of a single learning process to the use of a portfolio of learning approaches that align with the learning…
Descriptors: Instructional Improvement, Instructional Innovation, Teaching Methods, Case Method (Teaching Technique)
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Balkin, David B.; Treviño, Len J.; Straub, Caroline – Journal of Management Education, 2022
When women teach management in U.S. business schools they are likely to experience more gender inequities than men. In this essay we examine three dimensions of management teaching where gender inequities are likely to occur: (1) student-faculty interactions; (2) student evaluations of teaching; and (3) interactions between faculty peers. The…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Sex Fairness, Gender Bias, Business Schools
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Theeke, Matt; Hall, Matthew I. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
In this essay, we draw on insights from U.S. legal education's century-long experiment using student-edited journals as a cocurricular learning tool, to develop the argument that management education should consider introducing a new category of student-edited, practitioner-oriented journals. Student-edited journals are potentially well-suited for…
Descriptors: Student Publications, Periodicals, Administrator Education, Extracurricular Activities
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Zettinig, Peter; Aleem, Majid; Majdenic, Danijela; Berry, Michael – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Graduates of international business (IB) programs are facing a complex dynamic world in which they need both specific and generalist knowledge they can activate in socially negotiated situations. Their competencies must go beyond narrowly applying knowledge, which requires open minds, transferable social competencies, and skills for crossing…
Descriptors: International Trade, Work Environment, Interpersonal Competence, Job Skills
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Khilji, Shaista E. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
In recent years, scholars have become critical of mainstream leadership development approaches. In particular, Petriglieri and Petriglieri refer to the "dehumanization of leadership," whereby leadership breaks its ties to identity, community, and context. The purpose of this paper is to present an approach for humanizing leadership using…
Descriptors: Humanization, Leadership Training, Stakeholders, Universities
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Wallo, Andreas; Martin, Jason; Sparrhoff, Gun; Kock, Henrik – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Promoting the capacity for critical reflection is a pivotal part of management learning and education. Based on the concept of developmental learning, the purpose of this paper is to explore and outline two types of critical reflection: "critique for improvement" and "critique for emancipation." Critique for improvement is…
Descriptors: Criticism, Educational Improvement, Management Development, Organizational Change
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Buchanan, F. Robert; Bharadwaj, Prashanth N. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Organizational crossvergence is the identifying framework in this study of the emerging similarities between both educational systems and business systems in India and the United States. A sample of 237 international MBA graduates was examined relative to the education they received in a combined United States and India management program. They…
Descriptors: International Education, Business Administration Education, Skill Development, Employment Potential
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Allen, Scott J.; Rosch, David M.; Riggio, Ronald E. – Journal of Management Education, 2022
Leader development serves as a strong focus in the mission statements of many business school programs. Looking at business school leader development programs through the lens of adult learning theory, we assert that there is an overreliance on cognitive training (e.g., lecture) as the primary form of education used in preparing future business…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Business Schools, Adult Learning, Lecture Method
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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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