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Martin, Thomas N. – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Six classroom interventions designed to continuously teach and acclimate our management students about their eventual realistic reward/punishment contingencies and managerial performance expectations can be established using the classroom's grading system and the class syllabus. Interventions include (1) using points rather than grades for student…
Descriptors: Intervention, Management Development, Teaching Methods, Rewards
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Jackson, Nicole C.; Halbert, Austin – Management Teaching Review, 2021
With greater demand for business educators and students to focus on 21st-century skills, project-based learning (PBL) has become increasingly important. The PBL method complements existing curriculum by enabling direct transference of course concepts into real-world application. Despite known benefits, some management educators may shy away from…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Active Learning, Management Development, Business Administration Education
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Bodine, Paul Arthur; Mothapo, Natasha Palesa; Reardon, Karen – Management Teaching Review, 2021
The 3-Step Charrette problem-solving methodology turns the classroom into a consulting firm. It trains participants to solve complex, real-world problems cooperatively and systematically. Participants identify needed information and perform several research cycles in teams to gain knowledge to examine the root causes of a presented problem.…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Business Administration Education, Cooperative Learning, Group Activities
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Owen, Chris – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Increasingly, graduates of business schools will face business and organizational situations with a high degree of complexity and ambiguity. In this context, teaching and learning strategies need to develop students' abilities in problem structuring and complex problem solving. This article describes a team-based project set to teams of four or…
Descriptors: Fund Raising, Cooperative Learning, Student Projects, Problem Based Learning
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Bell, Geoffrey G. – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Students often naively assume that pursuing sustainability is necessarily costly and difficult. However, proponents of "weak" or "business-centered" sustainability argue that well-crafted sustainability initiatives may simultaneously reduce carbon footprint and enhance financial performance. This article describes a…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Experiential Learning, College Students, Attitude Change
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Coghlan, David – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Research is typically taught to undergraduates as an analytic activity with a focus on engaging with externalized data. Rarely are undergraduates taught to inquire into settings and situations where they are close to the data and implicated in the setting. "Exploring Organizational Experiences" is a final-year undergraduate business…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Research, Research Training, Research Skills
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Blewitt, Joan M.; Shane, Jordana M. Y. – Management Teaching Review, 2021
This article provides pedagogical activities to help develop students into "model mentees." Being a competent mentee is especially significant for young women who aspire to executive-level management positions. The authors conducted a qualitative study of 14 executive-level women and gained insights into how mentoring relationships…
Descriptors: Mentors, Females, Undergraduate Students, Women Administrators
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Robinson, Melanie A.; Fiset, John – Management Teaching Review, 2021
In this article, we outline an experiential exercise designed to teach students about cognitive schemas (what they are, how they are developed, and how they may influence us). Drawing on the literature related to implicit followership theories, the exercise encourages students to explore their perceptions related to the role of followers, thus…
Descriptors: Schemata (Cognition), Teaching Methods, Role, Management Development
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Benson, Joy; Dresdow, Sally – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Engaging undergraduate students in internalizing motivation theories is challenging. They live the concepts but have trouble applying their experiences to understanding the dynamics of motivation theories or deriving practical value from applying the theories to case analysis. We have adapted a human-centered design tool for an exercise that…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Motivation, Leadership Training, Theories
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Fatien Diochon, Pauline; Otter, Ken; Stokes, Paul; Van Hove, Lucy – Management Teaching Review, 2021
This exercise aims to familiarize students with the underdiscussed topic of the role of context in coaching through a physical activity. It consists of a group sculpture--a combination of socio-drama, systemic constellation, and social presencing theater--drawing from a coaching case of an ethical dilemma, using the placement and arrangement of…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Context Effect, Sculpture, Group Activities
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Clark, Ryan M.; Kayes, Anna B. – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Storytelling is an important skill in management education for leaders. However, even though students learn about storytelling, they do not often practice it. When students do practice storytelling, they frequently prepare speeches that they deliver in front of a class. Interacting with theater students can help management students convey a…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Theater Arts, Management Development, Story Telling
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Foster, Mary K. – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Design thinking--understanding the human needs related to a problem, reframing the problem in human-centric ways, creating many ideas in brainstorming sessions, and adopting a hands-on approach to prototyping and testing--offers a complementary approach to the rational problem-solving methods typically emphasized in business schools. Business…
Descriptors: Design, Thinking Skills, Brainstorming, Problem Solving
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Shivarajan, Sridevi; Andrews, Rick – Management Teaching Review, 2021
Emotional intelligence (EI) is emerging as critical to success in today's workplaces. Business schools must, therefore, equip students with techniques to develop their emotional intelligence. EI is learnable, and research indicates that active and experiential approaches are more effective in developing EI than lecture-based methods. We,…
Descriptors: Creative Activities, Emotional Intelligence, Training Methods, Skill Development
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Peterson, Claudette M.; Peterson, Tim O.; Aikens, Shontarius D.; Beard, Jon W.; Beatty, Joy E.; Blair, Carrie A.; Lesko, Ashley P.; Small, Erika E. – Management Teaching Review, 2020
Using stories written for young children can be effective in the education of college students. Storytelling is a helpful instructional method that is relevant to many management topics. This activity uses picture books, which can be read to students in "story hour" fashion and then tied to management principles being taught. This…
Descriptors: Management Development, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Teaching Methods
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Chuang, Ming-Ling – Management Teaching Review, 2020
Supply chain management (SCM) is a complex business discipline because it combines the concepts of forecasting, inventory management, logistics and distribution, vertical and horizontal integration, and global issues. This complexity creates a challenge when teaching the concepts to both undergraduate and graduate students. A web-based computer…
Descriptors: Supply and Demand, Computer Simulation, Web Based Instruction, Educational Games
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