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This article describes an exercise used to cultivate cross-cultural awareness and sensitivity in a classroom setting. The exercise was developed on the premise that a combination of documentary and interactional approaches is effective for building cross-cultural sensitivity. Students are...
Recent empirical research has identified characteristics of high-performing organizations. In particular, these organizations pay close attention to the human resources practices and interpersonal dimensions of their cultures. Relational theory, developed based on women’s development, embraces...
As both indigenous and foreign universities increasingly move to satisfy China’s steeply growing demand for management education, an understanding of what Chinese students regard as being the most important aspects of an effective MBA teacher will be crucial. This is especially the case in view...
This article describes an exercise based on the 1996 Mt. Everest mountain climbing disaster designed to teach concepts related to ethical decision making. The exercise requires analyzing multiple sides of an ethical dilemma, making an ethically defensible decision and applying this decision to...
This article describes an interactive experiential group problem-solving exercise. It has had considerable impact on students’ understanding of team function and membership. It enables them to learn, in a practical and unforgettable manner, that effective teams have certain key characteristics....
To boost student understanding of international business practice and potential, U.S. colleges and universities are increasingly using student group travel as a pedagogical tool. The increasing complexity of these programs (due to a greater number of trips and more exotic travel destinations)...
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