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Author: Robert DeFillippi,Bob DeFillippi,Charles Wankel
ISBN: 1930608217
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Pages 236 pages
Publisher Information Age Publishing (September 2002)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
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by Robert DeFillippi,Bob DeFillippi,Charles Wankel


Charles Wankel is Professor of Management at St. John's University, New York.

Charles Wankel is Professor of Management at St. He holds a doctorate from New York University, where he was admitted to the Beta Gamma Sigma national honor society for business disciplines. Columbia University's American Assembly identified him as one of the nation's top experts on Total Quality Management. He received the Outstanding Service in Management Education & Development Award at both the 2004 and 2005 meetings of the Academy of Management (AOM).

Charles Wankel, Robert DeFillippi

Charles Wankel, Robert DeFillippi. ISBN: 1930608209; We have assembled a distinguished international panel of leaders and scholars in management education whose contributions reflect diverse perspectives on management theory and practice. Nick Nissley examines how arts-based learning is informing the practice of management education.

April 24, 2010 History. found in the catalog.

Charles Wankel, and Robert DeFillippi. Developing Scholarly Practitioners: Doctoral Management Education in the 21st Century. Emerging Competitors in Executive Education.

Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris in Qatar. Hamid H. Kazeroony, Walden University. Charles Wankel, and Robert DeFillippi. Part I. rethinking what we teach. Development of Political Skill. Gerald R. Ferris, and William P. Anthony, Robert W. Kolodinsky, David C. Gilmore, and Michael G. Harvey. Arts-Based Learning in Management Education.

Rethinking management education for the 21st century 1, 3-25, 2002. Higher education administration with social media. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011. Encyclopedia of Business in Today's World: A-C. C Wankel.

Section 2 Rethinking Management Education in Cyberspace. Section 4 Critical Reflections on Management Education for the 21st Education. 183. The Domestication of Management Education. 87. Chapter 4 Creating an Online MBA Program.

Divided into four parts, this title covers: rethinking what we teach in management education; rethinking management education in cyberspace; rethinking management education for executives; and critical reflections on management education for the 21st century.

Rethinking management education for the 21st century.

Unlike project leaders and project team members who execute specific projects, the senior management of an organisation is responsible for setting the context and guidelines within which projects are executed, thereby playing a determinative role in the execution and success of the projects. Consider the following examples. Rethinking management education for the 21st century. Project-Based Learning, Embedded Learning Contexts and the Management of Knowledge.

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Doctoral education in the United States is nearing its 150th anniversary and doctoral education in management is nearing its 75th anniversary.

18 Pages Posted: 4 Oct 2013. See all articles by Eric Dent. Doctoral education in the United States is nearing its 150th anniversary and doctoral education in management is nearing its 75th anniversary. Such milestones occasion an examination of the current state of doctoral education, particularly in management, and a determination as to whether any aspects of doctoral education need rethinking. Certainly, the organizational environment of today is dramatically different from that of the 1850s and 1930s.

Divided into four parts, this title covers: rethinking what we teach in management education; rethinking management education in cyberspace; rethinking management education for executives; and critical reflections on management education for the 21st century.