What If Graduate Management Programs Took Learning Seriously?

Kenneth G. Brown, J. Ben Arbaugh, George Hrivnak, Amy L Kenworthy

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We believe management faculty and administrators can better foster their students’ success if we all take teaching and learning seriously and put associated research findings into practice. In this vein, we summarize foundational learning theories that we believe faculty should use as guides to teaching decisions. Then we consider how business schools could manage their faculty to ensure that they possess the types of knowledge that support good teaching practices. Finally, we provide more specific recommendations in two important and relatively well-researched areas in management education – online and blended delivery and experiential learning.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)11320
Journal Academy of Management Proceedings
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2013


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