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Butler, Deborah – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Is it my job to get to know each student "as a person"? This is the focus of Chory and Offstein's (2016) thoughtful essay. This article examines the many ways that changes in education over recent decades have affected core assumptions around the relationships faculty are expected to have with students. Chory and Offstein (2016) explore…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Higher Education, College Students, College Faculty
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Starbuck, William H. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The article, "Your Professor Will Know You as a Person" (Chory & Offstein, 2016) brings two groups of thoughts to the author's mind. First, postsecondary education is changing in ways that are forcing higher education institutions to reformulate their strategies. These changes are likely to increase the heterogeneity of universities,…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Higher Education, College Students, College Faculty
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Stark, John B. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
As an administrator, one who still considers himself to be "faculty" at the core, the author can appreciate the position of Chory & Offstein (2016) in their essay, and understand the intent is to create dialog. In service to that goal, the author thinks we need to place this discussion within the "lived reality" of most…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Teacher Student Relationship, Higher Education, College Students
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Knipfer, Kristin; Shaughnessy, Brooke; Hentschel, Tanja; Schmid, Ellen – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Women in academia face unique challenges when it comes to advancing to professorship. Using latest research about gender and academic leadership, we present a training curriculum that is sensitive to the unique demands of women in and aspiring to leadership positions in academia. The context-specific and evidence-based approach and a focus on…
Descriptors: Females, Women Administrators, Women Faculty, Leaders
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Bacon, Donald R.; Stewart, Kim A. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
On the long and arduous journey toward effective educational assessment, business schools have progressed in their ability to clearly state measurable learning goals and use direct measures of student learning. However, many schools are wrestling with the last stages of the journey--measuring present learning outcomes, implementing…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Statistical Analysis, Educational Research, Research Utilization
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Burke-Smalley, Lisa A. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Bacon and Stewart (2016) argued that assurance of learning efforts in most business schools is largely futile--a stance held by many faculty members, for a variety of reasons. They provided detailed evidence that most schools' data collection efforts for assessment, particularly in graduate or niche programs, suffers from insufficient statistical…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Educational Assessment, Testing Problems, Educational Research
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Audebrand, Luc K.; Camus, Annie; Michaud, Valérie – Journal of Management Education, 2017
Although the paradox perspective is gaining increasing attention among management scholars, most of us continue to struggle with addressing this challenging topic in the classroom, as it seems out of reach for many students. In this article, we describe a potentially beneficial way to approach paradoxical thinking in management education: teaching…
Descriptors: Cooperatives, Business, Logical Thinking, Administrator Education
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Shavelson, Richard J. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
In their essay, "Why Assessment Will Never Work...," Bacon and Stewart (2016) recommend that instead of carrying out the expensive process of experimenting themselves, many business schools would get a bigger bang for their buck if they used "published pedagogical studies that use direct measures of learning with sufficient…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Educational Assessment, Statistical Analysis, Statistical Significance
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Nesteruk, Jeffrey – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The question of how to assess the value of what professors do should engage all. Within this context, Donald R. Bacon and Kim A. Stewart's (2016) essay, "Why Assessment Will Never Work at Many Business Schools," is a laudable effort with important insights. In this rejoinder, Nesteruk, for the most part, is in substantial agreement with…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Educational Assessment, Educational Research, Research Utilization
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Huster, Karin; Petrillo, Carl; O'Malley, Gabrielle; Glassman, Debra; Rush, Jessica; Wasserheit, Judith – Journal of Management Education, 2017
A growing number of organizations have launched social entrepreneurship competitions to help students develop the knowledge and skills to create sustainable solutions to the intertwined challenges of health and development. We conducted a program evaluation of the first 9 years of the Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition (GSEC) at the…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Competition, Innovation, Public Health
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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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Bolman, Lee; Deal, Terrence E. – Journal of Management Education, 2017
The authors write that the longer they study and work in organizations, the more they discover power to be one of the central issues which researchers and students must understand. Researchers who ignore power run the risk of spurious, irrelevant findings. Students who assume administrative positions without a proper understanding of power and how…
Descriptors: Simulation, Power Structure, Political Power, Replication (Evaluation)
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