Institutional Evolution and New Trends in Russian Management Education
Morsing M., Sauquet Rovira A. NY : Sage, 2011
, Journal of Management Education 2018
The expansion of business sphere and management education in the world attracts the attention of many researchers to the problem of plurality of strategies and the actual development trajectories of numerous schools, centres and faculties of business/management, as well as the changes that take place in it under the influence of both the inclusion in ...
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, , in : Innovation and shifting perspectives in management education. : Hershey : IGI Global, 2017. Ch. 5. P. 101-118.
The chapter describes how instructors can capitalize on student prior experiences and create opportunities for new experiences in the classroom to foster student learning in management education programs. The chapter provides an overview of research around experiential learning (Kolb, 1984; Kolb & Kolb, 2005), learning from experience or on-the-job learning by managers, and teaching techniques ...
Added: February 11, 2017
, , , Academy of Management Learning and Education 2014 Vol. 1 No. 13 P. 5-25
In this essay, we integrate institutional and business bubble perspectives to build a theoretical explanation for the growth and subsequent decline of the business school sector in Dubai during the period 2002-2012. The motivation for our research-based essay stems from the question: How is it possible that the world's top business schools simultaneously judged the ...
Added: June 5, 2018
, , et al., Latin American Journal of Management for Sustainable Development 2022 Vol. 5 No. 4 P. 299-320
Business schools are nesting grounds for transformational leadership. The schools began to transform their business models following sustainability principles, and many succeeded. Nevertheless, there is a persistent decoupling between theoretical models and practical action. It is crucial to identify possible driving factors that can bridge this gap. This study aims to identify factors driving sustainability in ...
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, , et al., , in : University and Society: Interdependencies and Exchange. : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019. P. 180-198.
This chapter aims to show how the predominantly North American-based concept of service learning (Jacoby et al. 1996; Eyler and Giles 1999; Frumkin and Jastrzab 2010) translates into the context of a European university. After a brief overview of the theory of service learning and community service, we introduce the program Volunteering@WU, which can be ...
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, , NY : Sage, 2011
Business schools are arguably some of the most influential institutions in contemporary society. The research and education they provide set the standard for how future leaders manage local and global organizations - a responsibility requiring continual discussion, development and challenge. This exciting book explores the role of business schools through 3 key dimensions: - How business school ...
Added: December 13, 2019
, , in : The Routledge Companion to International Management Education. : Routledge, 2013. Ch. 15. P. 179-192.
Management is a popular term in the Russian labor market today; indigenous companies and multinationals are dreaming about hiring competent professionals in the ﬁ eld of management. For example, in April 2011 the popular jobs directory Rabota.Ru counted the highest number of new jobs available per month was in specialist areas such as sales manager, ...
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Стратегические группы на рынке бизнес-образования: предпосылки формирования и подходы к классификации
, , Вестник Московского университета. Серия 6: Экономика 2021 № 3 С. 106-129
The article addresses the problem of identifying strategic groups on business education market. The authors provide a systematic review of publications on the topic. The object of the research is the developed markets of business education in the USA and Western Europe, the subject of the research is the groups of relatively homogeneous educational institutions ...
Added: October 5, 2021
, , , Journal of Management Inquiry 2015 Vol. 4 No. 24 P. 347-369
The Journal of Management Inquiry astutely predicted in 2004 that the Americanization of business education would not just continue but increase. Ten years later, it is arguable that the acceleration of the Americanization of management education has exceeded all expectations. To theoretically build toward understanding how and why the American business education model has been ...
Added: June 5, 2018
, , SHS Web of Conference, EDP Science (France) 2016 Vol. 29 P. 1-3
Since the 1990s economics started importing interesting insights from psychology and the new discipline of behavioral economics elaborated many interesting models that changed the traditional economic and management theories. Nowadays the applications from neuroscience are extensively used in economics which led to the birth of neuroeconomics. The article attempts to overview the current state and ...
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The history of the Austrian commercial colleges from their foundation as independent educational institutes to full integration into public administration (1850s-1950s)
, Entreprises et histoire 2012 Vol. 65 No. 4 P. 986-1011
After the revolutionary years of 1848-1849, the bourgeoisie was ready to become the leading economic power in the Habsburg Empire. The newly granted economic liberty requested young people well trained to manage the new ventures. To meet these requirements, private initiatives founded and financed the first commercial colleges, based upon liberal ideas and driven by ...
Added: January 14, 2013