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Educational Innovation in Economics and Business V Business Education for the Changing Workplace (volume5)

by John E. Stinson

  • ISBN: 9780792365501
  • ISBN10: 079236550X

Educational Innovation in Economics and Business V Business Education for the Changing Workplace (volume5)

by John E. Stinson

  • List Price: $269.00
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Kluwer Academic Pub
  • Publish date: 10/01/2000
  • ISBN: 9780792365501
  • ISBN10: 079236550X
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Description: Contributors. Preface. Acknowledgements. The Editors. Part I: Learning in a Changing Workplace. Developing Added Value Skills Within an Academic Program Through Work Based Learning; S. Falconer, M. Pettigrew. Leadership Education in a Changing Workplace; J. Frederick, C. Dalglish. New Training Methods: A Giant Leap of Faith? D. Monk. The Economics of the Learning Organization and the Role of Economics in the Organization of Learning; J.G. Nellis, S. Regan. Part II: Technology and Innovation. The IS Department Defines the Future of the College of Business; J. Perotti. Informatics Engineering and Business Informatics in the Ict Society: Substitutes Or Complements? H. Heijke, G. Ramaekers. An Innovative Approach to Teaching Investments Using Information Technology; R.J. Curcio. People, Knowledge, and the Internet: Redefining Categories, Concepts, and Models; T. Dumova. Integration of Groupware Into a MIS Curriculum; G. Corbitt, et al. Part III: Innovative Learning Methods. Innovative Business Education: 'Problem-oriented Learning' - Some Results; N. Bastiaanse, L. Paul. Competitions and Problem-Based Learning: The Effect of an Externally Set Competition on a Cross-Curricular Project in Marketing and Design; F. Brassington, A. Smith. A Problem-Based Learning Approach to Business Software Skills; V. Perotti, et al. Some Evidence on the Use of Writing Intensive Methods in the Principles of Macroeconomics Courses; M. Milkman, et al. Designing Assignments and Classroom Discussions to Foster Critical Thinking at Different Levels in the Curriculum; S.K. Wolcott. Part IV: Curriculum Issues. Distance Learning: Paradigm Shift or Pedagogical Drift?; T.A. Creahan, B. Hoge. The Integration of Service Management Principles in A Business School Curriculum; K. Eringa, H. Otting. Promoting the Human Element in Resource Based Learning for Undergraduate Business Education Programs; N. Harris, et al. Non-Prescriptive Guidelines For More Effective Learning About High Quality Leadership, In Management Education and Development; E. Rausch, J.B. Washbush. Cross-Cultural Learning Practices for Business Education; K.R. Jensen. Lessons Learned: The Implementation of an Innovative Core Curriculum in Business; V.S. Perotti. Part V: New Assessment Procedures. Who Am I, What Do I Want, What Can I Do? An Assessment Centre as Part of the HBO Curriculum; V. Bruijns, E. Piek. The Assessment Center: Global Issues and Local Responses; M.K. McCuddy, et al. Assessment & Development Centers in a Problem-based Learning Environment; W. Zwaal, K. Eringa. Part VI: Cognition and Learning. What Should We Expect to be Different about How Expert Business Economists Solve Problems? B.K. O'Rourke. Tracking Down the Knowledge Structure of Students; F. Vernooij. Index.
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