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André, Rae – Journal of Management Education, 2020
In this article, I describe how the theory of integrative learning frames student learning in a course on climate leadership. The course is grounded in the theory of strong sustainability, which is sustainability for the planet rather than for individual companies alone. In a description of Beta, an MBA course on climate leadership, I show how…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Sustainability, Leadership Training, Climate
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Arevalo, Jorge A. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Gender issues have been well conceptualized in feminist organization studies. However, gender research has had limited practical effects, in part because it has not been well conceptualized in the sustainability in management education (SiME) scholarship; nor has it been adequately prioritized in management and business curricula. I argue that…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Sustainability, Feminism, Business Administration Education
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Urdan, Matthew S.; Luoma, Patrice – Journal of Management Education, 2020
The importance of, and interest in, sustainability in management education has increased significantly over the past three decades. However, the definition of sustainability remains complex and elusive, thus creating significant issues for sustainability instruction, assignment design, and student learning. We reviewed definitions and use of…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Management Development, Assignments, Environmental Education
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Kanashiro, Patricia; Rands, Gordon; Starik, Mark – Journal of Management Education, 2020
This essay centers on the personal sustainability behaviors of faculty as related to research, teaching, and service, as well as those behaviors that go far beyond these typical faculty responsibilities. We argue that faculty personal engagement with sustainability can lend credibility to this topic as faculty can set a good example for students,…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Sustainability, College Faculty, Administrator Education
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Caza, Arran – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Traditional employment is typically defined as ongoing full-time work for one employer. However, other employment relationships are becoming more prevalent, a phenomenon often called the "rise of the gig economy." As much as one third of the adult workforce may already be involved in gig work, and this proportion is likely to grow. The…
Descriptors: Temporary Employment, Business Administration Education, College Students, Career Readiness
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Friedman, Victor J.; Robinson, Sarah; Egan, Mark; Jones, David R.; Rhew, Nicholas D.; Sama, Linda M. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Collaborative inquiry and conversational learning are approaches to management education and learning in which participants construct knowledge together through dialogue. Both approaches advocate letting go of control to allow insight to emerge through free-flowing conversation, but little has been written about how to accomplish this.…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Cooperative Learning, Management Development, Meetings
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Abzug, Rikki; Adewale, Adeyinka; André, Rae; Derfus, Pamela; Hedges, Peggy; Shymko, Yuliya – Journal of Management Education, 2020
The Walls Project encourages educators to broaden management teaching beyond individual and organizational variables and outcomes to systemic variables and outcomes. Its focus is on discovering independent variables that have social and environmental impacts and are currently neglected. Founded by six individuals who met at a RMLE UnConference in…
Descriptors: Management Development, Program Descriptions, Meetings, Teaching Methods
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Wagstaff, M. Fernanda; Hadjimarcou, John; Chanoi, Chiara – Journal of Management Education, 2020
The United Nations established gender equality as a top priority in its international agenda, and many stakeholders around the world have joined the effort to build a fair playing field for all. Business educators can contribute to this effort by delineating problem areas in gender equality in international business education, uncovering ways to…
Descriptors: Sex Fairness, Business Administration Education, International Trade, Management Development
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Gersel, Johan; Thaning, Morten Sørensen – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Departing from discussions at Research in Management Learning & Education (RMLE) Unconferences, we identify the problem of practical deliberation: When faced with multiple, relevant theories that all demand to be given weight in a process of deliberation, how do management students, while drawing on these theories, justify their choice? Based…
Descriptors: Management Development, Decision Making, Public Administration, Masters Programs
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Laundon, Melinda; Cathcart, Abby; Greer, Dominique A. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Teaching philosophy statements articulate educators' beliefs about what makes learning happen. They can be powerful tools in identifying assumptions about teaching, articulating our values as educators, and connecting to a community within and across disciplines. Teaching philosophy statements are often an integral part of job applications,…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Teaching Methods, Learning Processes, Awards
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Asarta, Carlos J.; Bento, Regina F.; Ferrara, Zachary; Fornaciari, Charles J.; Hwang, Alvin – Journal of Management Education, 2020
This article describes the authors' experience at The New School's Research in Management Learning and Education UnConference and presents five Business and Management Education (BME)--related actionable scholarship themes that originated at the UnConference: journal equivalency in BME scholarship, evolution of BME rankings, gender and BME…
Descriptors: Management Development, Business Administration Education, Scholarship, Periodicals
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McCauley, Kelly Davis; Hinojosa, Amanda S. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
Doctoral education is inherently stressful for students. While the implications of stress on employees has been heavily investigated within the management literature, what we know about stress has not yet been applied to doctoral education. We take initial steps toward using the stress literature to examine stress in doctoral education by applying…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Doctoral Programs, Stress Variables, Individual Differences
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Vince, Russ – Journal of Management Education, 2020
This article explores doctoral students' emotional experience as they learn about conducting qualitative research. Emotions emerging from a shared learning experience provided doctoral students with opportunities to reflect on their experience as qualitative researchers and on the practice of qualitative research. Explicit links are made between…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Doctoral Students, Qualitative Research, Experiential Learning
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Bonner, Robert L.; Stone, Christopher B.; Mittal, Sarah; Phillips, William; Utecht, Richard L. – Journal of Management Education, 2020
The qualifications of academics to teach students are often left unquestioned. Current accreditation standards, for an academic to teach, are typically determined by courses taken, certifications or degrees obtained, and/or industry experience. Doctoral programs are inconsistent in their approaches to formal instruction in pedagogy and their…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Business Administration Education, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods
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Ismail, Arif; Ansell, Gwen; Barnard, Helena – Journal of Management Education, 2020
What scholars call "writing" actually involves writing, reading, talking, thinking, and engaging. Yet how academic writing develops through this recursive, social process, is imperfectly understood. Although participating in academic gatherings like colloquia and international conferences can help researchers find a scholarly voice, not…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Academic Language, Foreign Countries, Writing Strategies
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