Management education (ME) is a research field in which scholars employ a plurality of theoretical and methodological approaches to critically examine the people, practices, processes and institutions engaged in facilitating and improving learning and development of current and aspiring managers in a variety of contexts. Although research in the field has grown considerably in terms of both quantity and quality, ME scholars have yet to establish consensus regarding a strong theoretical foundation for their work. This foundation is important to both enable progress through cumulative scholarship and to provide directions for future research. This future research should focus on how students learn, as well as effective approaches to facilitating and assessing student learning. Strengthening the theoretical basis and research methods used in this research is recommended to will enable evidence-based practice and enhance the legitimacy of this important field.
|Title of host publication||Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Number of pages||33|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - Aug 2019|
Hrivnak, G. (2019). The Progress and Promise of Management Education Research. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management Oxford University Press, USA. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190224851.013.74