The purpose of this topic is to discuss the past, current, and future states of management education. We are looking for theoretical, empirical, and case study papers that shed light on management education and the implications it has for stakeholders. Papers that explore theory and practice from creative perspectives are particularly welcome. Some issues that authors may explore include:
The mission of this Special Issue is to expand our understanding of the strategies and techniques in Management Education. Authors are encouraged to take into account multiple
stakeholders of the management education process and outcomes. However, any paper that expands our knowledge of management education is welcome.
- Framing of course content to meet the needs of our future economy
- Gender issues in management education
- Strategies and techniques that lead directly to student learning
- Teaching soft skills such as leadership, communication, conflict resolution, etc.
- Matching teaching techniques to the individual differences of students
- The effects, goals, and outcomes of service learning in management education
- Adapting management programs to the changing economy
- Implementation and effectiveness of electronic learning in management education
- Perspectives on international management skills
- Issues pertaining to undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral management programs
- The role of the MBA: past, present, and future
- Ethics and fiduciary responsibilities
- Student motivation in management programs
- Evaluating performance and outcomes in management education
- Creativity in management education
- Plus any other issues directly related to management education
Who May Submit:
Faculty, administrators, librarians and graduate students.
Please identify your submission with keyword: MANAGEMENT-6
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