The International Journal of Management Education
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Abstract The paper is a mixed-method case study. First focus is to test which standard and indicators are suitable for universities reporting on sustainability. Therefore, reporting was on the agenda of the bachelor's course “Business Ethics”, where students were engaged to test indicators for which they collected and analyzed data from the university's administration. After that the students were interviewed to find out effects of involvement to students but also for improvements of reporting i...
Abstract Even in educational models that encourage students to be protagonists of their learning, the role of the teacher still carries great meaning as a reference in the academic environment. For educational institutions, these stakeholders are extremely strategic, since they are the bridge between the school and the student, being able to assume the role of a spokesperson for the mission and the values of the Institution in which they operate. This article describes the methodology adopted by...
Abstract This study aims to explore the relations between the factors of the start-up environment and entrepreneurial intentions of students in universities in Vietnam and the Philippines by combining key elements of theory of reasoned action, theory of planned behaviour, theory of entrepreneurial events and model of entrepreneurial potential. Research findings were expected to test the appropriateness of this proposed model in the context of Vietnam and the Philippines. A bilateral survey was c...
Abstract There has long been an understanding that to achieve meaningful progress against sustainability challenges, action is required at multiple levels. With regards to education initiatives, these levels range from macro-level international agreements and activities such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the United Nations Principles of Responsible Management Education, meso-level influences such as the role of national bodies supporting sustainability in higher ...
Abstract Goal This paper contributes to the knowledge about the project-based learning (PBL) aimed at solving “wicked” problems, performed in a collaborative education-enterprise learning environment. Results We have identified one pattern in the analysed data: the more the teaching process is focused (by content, time and participants) on the task to be solved, the greater the effects. Method The critical incident technique (CIT) has been used to generate data. Unit of analysis is the real proc...
Abstract Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly opening up a new frontier in the fields of business, corporate practices, and governmental policy. The intelligence of machines and robotics with deep learning capabilities have created profound disrupting and enabling impacts on business, governments, and society. They are also influencing the larger trends in global sustainability. As the AI revolution transforms our world, it could herald a utopian future where humanity co-exists harmoniously w...
Abstract This article focuses on ways business schools and management development institutions can through responsible management education drive learning for sustainable banking as a channel to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The article discusses the role of business schools and management development institutions in advancing progress to attain the SDGs in Nigeria, a developing nation in sub-Saharan Africa. This is examined within the context of a globalized banking and fina...
Abstract As a contribution to the evolving debate about the future of business schools, we explore the complementary value of teaching and coaching in executive education to offer a more holistic individualised learning experience. Beginning in each case with teaching, some enriching differences are: focus on knowing at a macro-level versus doing at a micro-level; pre-determined context-free knowledge versus self-determined context-specific knowledge; impersonal access to many subject experts ve...
Abstract In higher education, and in particular within media management courses, educators currently aim to develop new course activities that stimulate students to critically reflect on social media communication. Specifically, students need robust knowledge and skills to critically analyse social media - content (e.g. text, images, sound, video), - dialogue (e.g. comments and replies) and - commitment (e.g. indicators of emotional involvement among participants) to understand the convergence b...
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