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Meeting Expectations in Management Education

Social and Environmental Pressures on Managerial Behaviour

Paperback Engels 2019 9783030094829
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This book brings together a variety of international, cross-cultural case studies of management education programmes and discusses the results in light of the present higher social expectations on managerial behaviour. It presents both traditional and unusual approaches to management education, examining concept mapping, transformational learning theory, the practice-theory gap, cultural indoctrination and business students’ increased concern with socio-ecological sustainability. It moves from restating the purpose of university business schools to discussing the construction of conducive learning environments on introductory courses and of communities of learning through ‘harmonised teaching’. In addressing the social and ethical problems that will soon confront all managers, Meeting Expectations is a valuable resource for teachers, students and practitioners.


Uitgever:Springer International Publishing


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Introduction: Elizabeth Christopher, Playing devil's advocate: what is the business of business?

Chapter 2: Shaun Ruggunan and Dorothy Spiller, The transformation of business education in post-apartheid South Africa

Chapter 3: Ronald K. Goodenow, From occupation to cultural and social responsibility in Philippine and Puerto Rican business education: A first stage historical research perspective

Chapter 4: Kay Gillis: A historical perspective on social expectations for management education: Training for empire

Chapter 5: Shashwat Shukla, Problems in management ethics training: An Indian perspective.

Chapter 6: Sapna A. Narula and Ambika Zutshi, Integrating responsible education principles into a conventional system: The case study of TERI University, India

Chapter 7: Wang Jiunwen, Tri-sector leadership and collaboration in management education: The case of Singapore

Chapter 8: Duane Windsor, Demand for and supply of responsible managerial behaviour

Chapter 9: Yannick Griep; Timothy G. Wingate; Melissa A. Boyce, Social and environmental pressures in management education: How anticipatory stress and social support interact to predict students’ academic engagement and performance

Chapter 10: Raquel Antolin-Lopez and Nieves Garcia-de-Frutos, Learning in higher education: The role of sustainability integration strategies, legitimacy and teaching tools

Chapter 11: Carol Pomare, Responsible managers and responsible management education

Chapter 12: Meena Chavan and Leanne Carter, Responsible managers and responsible management education

Chapter 13: Elyssebeth Leigh and Anne Herbert, Creating an organization in the classroom: Students living management theories in action.

Chapter 14: Dan Murray and Michael Wood, Reflections on the development and delivery of an experiential learning capstone project course

Chapter 15: Pallvi Arora, Shaping managerial values: Incorporating experiential learning in management education.

Chapter 16: Elizabeth Christopher, Management education for women

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