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Small, Erika E.; Doll, Jessica L.; Bergman, Shawn M.; Heggestad, Eric D. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Developing students' practical skills in strategic staffing and selection within the classroom can be challenging. This article describes a staffing system simulation designed to engage students and develop applied skills in strategic recruiting, assessment, and evaluation of job applicants. Instructors looking for a multifaceted team project…
Descriptors: Simulation, Human Resources, Staff Utilization, Skill Development
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Doll, Jessica L. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Structured interviews are widely used in the employment process; however, students often have little experience asking and responding to structured interview questions. In a format similar to "speed dating," this exercise actively engages students in the interview process. Students pair off to gain experience as an interviewer by asking…
Descriptors: Structured Interviews, Employment Interviews, Questioning Techniques, Skill Development
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Bull Schaefer, Rebecca A. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Although the annual performance review has received much criticism from practitioners and researchers alike, organizations continue to use coaching and/or reviews to maximize employee effectiveness and minimize liabilities. A semester class is a great context to practice skills relating to tracking and reviewing performance. This article describes…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Learning Activities, Performance Technology, Program Administration
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Mann, Melissa J.; Yanson, Regina; Lambert, Alysa D. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Interviews are a critical component of assessing a candidate's fit in an organization. Students aspiring to be managers or human resource professionals will need to complete an interview to successfully gain employment and then, in turn, will be responsible for conducting interviews to effectively ascertain the capabilities and motivation of job…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Employment Interviews, Questioning Techniques, Skill Development
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Singh, Jitendra – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Strategic planning provides a sense of direction and can have a significant impact on the future of an organization. Students wanting to serve in leadership positions need to demonstrate a firm understanding of the concepts necessary to work on this complex process. Careful planning also ensures students' survival in a competitive business…
Descriptors: Strategic Planning, Experiential Learning, Learner Engagement, Student Participation
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McMahon, Joan M. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
This article describes an in-class, noncomputerized, bingo game to accompany coverage of the topic of organizational structure. The game allows students to be actively involved in learning, solidify recognition and understanding of organizational structure terminology, apply understanding of organizational structure to an analysis of…
Descriptors: Organizational Theories, Administrative Organization, Educational Games, Communication Skills
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Gibson, Lindsey A.; Ward, Dick; Comer, Debra R.; Rossi, Ken – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Management instructors are continually challenged to create learning activities in online courses that duplicate the same opportunities to develop managerial skills afforded to students in traditional face-to-face courses. The purpose of this experiential exercise is to provide online students an opportunity to develop the soft skills all managers…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Management Development, Role Playing, Student Reaction
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Reilly, Anne H. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Reflective practice supports critical thinking and assessment skills through analyzing one's own life experiences, and the role of reflection in learning has been long recognized. However, drawbacks of many reflective practice assignments are their broad scope and lengthy written requirements. I propose that the reflection process is robust enough…
Descriptors: Management Development, Teaching Methods, Teaching Experience, Reflection
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Donovan, Paul; Townsend, John – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Training programs enhance the skills of participants. Role-play, one method used for such skill development, is learning through performing a set of behaviors, in accordance with predetermined expectations of a job role in an organizational context. Some learners find role-play daunting, even traumatic. To counter this experience, this article…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Guidelines, Role Playing, Best Practices
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Ruane, Sinéad G.; Chappell, Stacie – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Although written communication is a foundational skill, especially for careers in management, faculty can be reluctant to utilize writing assignments for a number of reasons including the subjective nature of and time involved in grading. In this article, we present the IDEAL framework--an andragogical tool developed in an effort to address these…
Descriptors: Writing Skills, Skill Development, Management Development, Guidelines
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Bull Schaefer, Rebecca A.; Crosswhite, Alicia M. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Both sexual harassment and managerial crisis communication are important topics in undergraduate, graduate, and executive programs. This article describes a group role-play exercise that engages students in the process of responding to a public claim of workplace sexual harassment and requires small groups to share their reactions within a press…
Descriptors: College Students, Sexual Harassment, Crisis Management, Role Playing
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Kölbel, Julian; Jentges, Erik – Management Teaching Review, 2018
The six-sentence argument (6SA) is an exercise to train critical thinking skills. Faced with a decision situation, students argue for their preferred course of action using a logical structure of exactly six sentences. Through a guided peer review, students engage critically with other students' arguments and receive detailed feedback on their own…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills, Peer Evaluation, Feedback (Response)
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Julien, Mark; Stratton, Micheal; Clayton, Russell – Management Teaching Review, 2018
This article features an innovative and engaging assignment to help students learn about labor history events. Labor history is more than just a collection of dates, facts, and figures. Rather, it is the study of the men, women, and children who fought for a workplace that many of today's employees take for granted: paid leave, a 5-day workweek,…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Teaching Methods, Social Media, Labor Relations
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Duke, Duncan – Management Teaching Review, 2018
This multiphase classroom exercise is designed for undergraduate students in capstone strategic management courses to become comfortable and adept at using Porter's Five Forces framework for industry analysis. Assuming students have a base level of familiarity with the framework, this exercise enables them to apply it to an industry and a company…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Curriculum, Teaching Methods
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Stock, Karen L.; Bucar, Branko; Vokoun, Jennifer – Management Teaching Review, 2018
There exists an "innovation gap" where students are not prepared to meet the demands of an increasingly complex world. Skills such as creative confidence help close this gap and also foster innovation. To better prepare students, two concepts, design thinking and experiential learning, are integrated through the use of a modified writing…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Creative Thinking, Writing Exercises, College Instruction
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