The SAGE Handbook of Management Learning, Education and Development

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Overview

The scholarship of management teaching and learning has established itself as a field in its own right, and this benchmark Handbook is the first to provide an account of the discipline. Original chapters from leading international academics identify the key issues and map out where the discipline is going. Each chapter provides a comprehensive and critical overview of the given topic area, highlights current debate, and reviews the emerging research agenda.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412935395
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 5/19/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 600
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.80 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Steven previously spent 15 years at the leading edge of research, design and development within the electronics industry and became an R&D manager responsible for new product developments involving multi-million pound projects. He moved into management education in the UK Higher Education sector in late 1993 after completing an MBA and soon became the recipient of a prestigious Teaching Fellowship for innovations in curriculum development, teaching and learning. Shortly afterwards hecompleteda Certificate in Higher Education and a PhD in Organizational Behaviour from the University of Leeds. Within Hull University Business School Steve has served as: Director of the Research Centre for Management and Organisational Learning (2001-2006); Deputy Director of Research (2005-2007); Director of Research (2007-2010). Nationally, he has served as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Management Reviews (2004-2009); Council Member of the British Academy of Management (2004-2009); Co-founder, Vice President and now Treasurer of the European Learning Styles Information Network (1996-present). Internationally, Steve has served on the Executive Committee of the Management Education and Development Division of the Academy of Management. Offices included: Member-at-Large (1999-2001); Division Research Chair (2002); Division Program Chair-Elect (2003); Division Program Chair (2004); Division Chair-Elect (2005); Division Chair (2006); President and Past Chair (2007). He has helped organise 13 international events including 10 major conferences, presented more than 40 conference papers, edited 3 books, co-edited 7 books of conference proceedings, and authored more than 40 articles/book chapters. Steve is currently Associate Editor of Academy of Management Learning & Education and an editorial board member of International Journal of Management Reviews and Journal of Management Education. He is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Management and remains a Chartered Engineer, and a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
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Table of Contents

Past, Present and Future Perspectives of Management Learning, Education and Development - Steven J Armstrong and Cynthia V Fukami
PART ONE: MANAGEMENT LEARNING: THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION
Knowledge and Knowing in the Context of Management Learning, Education and Development - Robert Chia
Experiential Learning Theory - Alice Y Kolb and David A Kolb
A Dynamic, Holistic Approach to Management Learning, Education and Development
Collective Learning and Knowledge Transfer - Gabriele Lakomski
Reflection, Reflective Practice and Organizing Reflection - Russ Vince and Michael Reynolds
Critical Management Education Beyond the Siege - David M Boje and Khadija Al Arkoubi
Collaborative Learning - Vivien E Hodgson
State of the Art - Charles Fornaciari and Kathy Lund-Dean
Ethics and Learning
Developing Leaders - Neal M Ashkanasy, Marie T Dasborough, and Kaylene W Ascough
Teaching about Emotional Intelligence and Training in Emotional Skills
PART TWO: MANAGEMENT EDUCATION: IN A FORMAL LEARNING CONTEXT
Artful Teaching - Joan Gallos
Using the Visual, Creative and Performing Arts in Contemporary Management Education
Technology in the Classroom - T Grandon Gill
Distance Learning and Web-Based Instruction in Management Education - J B Arbaugh and S S Warell
Learning-Centered Course Design - David A Whetten, Travis D Johnson and D Lynn Sorenson
Mentoring Ph.D. Students within an Apprenticeship Framework - Gerald R Ferris, Pamela L Perrew[ac]e and M Ronald Buckley
Diversity in the Context of Lifelong Learning - Myrtle P Bell, Mustafa F Ozbilgin and Mine Karatas-Ozkan
Cognitive Styles and Learning Strategies in Management Education - Eugene Sadler-Smith
Building Learning Teams - Larry Michaelsen, Tim O Peterson and Michael Sweet
The Key to Harnessing the Power of Small Groups in Management Education
Problem-based and Project-based Learning Approaches - Robert DeFillippi and Richard G Milter
Applying Knowledge to Authentic Situations
Assessment and Accreditation in Business Schools - Robert S Rubin and Kathryn Martell
The Research-Teaching Nexus - Roy J Lewicki and James R Bailey
Tensions and Opportunities
PART THREE: MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT: NON CREDIT BASED LEARNING
Reflexivity, Learning and Reflexive Practice - Ann L Cunliffe
Action Learning and Related Modalities - Joseph A Raelin
Developing Emotional, Social and Cognitive Intelligence Competencies in Managers and Leaders - Richard E Boyatzis
A Framework for Leadership Development - George A Hrivnak Jr, Rebecca J Reichard and Ronald E Riggio
Coaching and Mentoring in Support of Management Development - David Clutterbuck
Rethinking the Role of Management Development in Preparing Global Business Leaders - Kathryn Aten, Luciara Nardon and Richard M Steers
Community of Practice or Practices of a Community? - Silvia Gherardi
Assessment and Accreditation of Non-formal Management Education and Development Programmes - Lichia Yiu and Raymond Saner
Future Perspectives - James O'Toole
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