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Overcoming managers' perceptual shortcuts through improvisational theater games

David L. Corsun, Cheri A. Young, Amy McManus, Mehmet Erdem
2006 Journal of Management Development  
Purpose -To present an improvisational theater game (ITG) workshop design that allows participants to surface their perceptual shortcuts, practice alternative behaviors, overcome biases, and expand their  ...  Many other ITGs exist outside of this design. Also, this workshop was tested and presented in the USA only, thus its utility in other countries cannot be generalized from the findings.  ...  In such a design, learners can be introduced to the main concepts of perceptual shortcuts and then move on to a more self-directed study that is meaningful to them and the context of their particular work  ... 
doi:10.1108/02621710610655792 fatcat:3zhkkeipfrhuvoo3p33sb2pnky

Seven Voices, Seven Developers, Seven One Things that Guide Our Practice

Frances Kalu, Patti Dyjur, Carol Berenson, Kimberley A. Grant, Cheryl Jeffs, Natasha Kenny, Robin Mueller
2018 To Improve the Academy  
identify a basis for the impact that the course has on the participants.  ...  This study was undertaken to explore the nature and impact of the Instructional Skills Workshop process on faculty members and their teaching practice.  ...  and graduates play vital roles and contribute to the knowledge economy.  ... 
doi:10.1002/tia2.20066 fatcat:jdw5dtqxorcllhcegug75uuqru

Turning the tables: When the student teaches the professional — A case description of an innovative teaching approach as told by the students

Carl Savage, Shirin Amanali, Agneta Andersson, Susanne Carrera Löhr, Zenitha Eliasson, Hanna Eriksson, Anette Erlandsson, Sofia Goobar, Jenny Holm, Claudia Johansson, Elin Langendahl, Amie Lindberg (+3 others)
2011 Nurse Education Today  
As Gladwell writes, success is more than just putting in the 10 000 hours, it takes luck and the support of a lot of other people.  ...  Action research has been used in a number of fields, such as social and community action, organizational development, transformations of educational organizations and practices and methodological and theoretical  ...  Embrace a Radical Interpretation of Complexity The findings from Study III and Study IV suggest a new role for curriculum design committees and change managers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2010.11.023 pmid:21167626 fatcat:p7ddh4pfrnadthroy65ra2zr5m

The learning potentials and challenges when integrating Web 2.0 in a problem-based learning approach [article]

Lillian Buus
2015 The PhD Series of the Faculty of the Humanities  
"clients" in a role-play set-up.  ...  Of course I again need to stress the idea of the two roles I held and the power relations in play when, as researcher, I investigate 'what happens?'  ...  Afslutningsvis: This PhD dissertation uses action research to study how teacher can integrate Web 2.0 and social media in their teaching practice by designing Web 2.0-mediated learning activities, and  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.hum.00034 fatcat:73tlp46lgveshj224qkvjczh2a

Counseling Psychology: Making Everyday Life Bearable

Ethan A. McMahan
2021 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
The pub li ca tion schedule fol lows the ac a dem ic year: fall, win ter, spring, and summer.  ...  All opinions ex pressed in signed ar ti cles are those of the author(s) and do not nec es sar i ly reflect those of the editors and/or Psi Chi.  ...  and society as a whole; and have ideas about how psychology can play a leadership role in enacting positive change at all levels. in many topics, ideas, and intrinsically rewarded by scientific inquiry  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-9812.eye26.2.14 fatcat:uraj6te2zbfdvn32yasyxwdnva

Understanding Chinese educational leaders' conceptions in an international education context

Ting Wang∗
2007 International Journal of Leadership in Education  
It explored the conceptions of learning and leadership brought by a group of Chinese educational leaders to the course and investigated the perceived influence of the course upon their conceptions and  ...  It employed a culturally sensitive approach which recognizes that a complex interaction between Chinese and Western cultures is occurring in the participants of this study.  ...  The results of this study have suggested that cultural and educational backgrounds play a significant role in students' adjustment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13603120500445275 fatcat:mwz7hmydi5gb7px5dn2pf2ufx4

Quality Assurance for University Teaching [chapter]

Roger Ellis
2018 Handbook of Quality Assurance for University Teaching  
In essence quality assurance is about ensuring that standards are specified and met consistently for a product or service.  ...  Definitions can make tedious beginnings but in this case they are necessary. Quality, quality assurance and, indeed, teaching itself are all open to a range of interpretations.  ...  and patience, all of a high quality.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315187518-1 fatcat:4n6h744spvb6fmhrdpvkzvgvku

Contested Contexts: The Articulation Of Critically-Oriented Business And Management Schools In The Uk

Marton Racz, Sarah Robinson, Martin Parker
2017 Zenodo  
and third-year undergraduate students, and analysis of relevant documents.  ...  and a similar separation is found with regard to educational content and pedagogic method.  ...  The research gave them an opportunity to reflect on their undergraduate studies and the role FUSO played in their lives.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1167687 fatcat:o5lj4l23zfexfauuj3cokp2fme

All models are wrong: reflections on becoming a systems scientist

John D. Sterman
2002 System Dynamics Review  
Thoughtful leaders increasingly recognize that we are not only failing to solve the persistent problems we face, but are in fact causing them.  ...  System dynamics is designed to help avoid such policy resistance and identify high-leverage policies for sustained improvement.  ...  And most people, regardless of their background, are comfortable with their current philosophy, if they give such matters any thought at all.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sdr.261 fatcat:lt4zgfewajanbl5pjic4hp6aki

A Summary of Research in Science Education-1990

Fred Finley, Frances Lawrenz, Patricia Heller
1992 Science Education  
, surveys, Delphi studies, and cost-effective analyses.  ...  Researchers in science education appear to be using an increased variety of research methods including: standard experimental studies, ethnographies, in-depth clinical interviews, philosophical analyses  ...  having an ED number are available in ERIC microfiche collections at over 1,000 locations worldwide. Documents can also be ordered through the ERIC Document Reroduction Service (  ... 
doi:10.1002/sce.3730760303 fatcat:3z37oh362fbdfm7gs3kstlqbim

Building castles from sand: Unlocking CEO mythopoetical behaviour in Hewlett Packard from 1978 to 2005

Sotirios Paroutis, Max Mckeown, Simon Collinson
2013 Business History  
Second, we develop the notion of mythopoetical distance to provide a method to examine how myths developed by CEOs are compared to the institutionalised myths in their firms.  ...  How do successive CEOs use myths in an organization over time?  ...  Our findings showcase the central role myths play in shaping the CEO discourse.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00076791.2013.838038 fatcat:tym5xzq6j5fp5nxg253fmj2t5m

Connecting Research in Physics Education with Teacher Education vol 1 [article]

Andrée Tiberghien, E. Leonard Jossem, Jorge Barojas
1998 Zenodo  
the results of research in physics education world-wide to physics educators working with pre- or in-service physics teachers.  ...  This book was undertaken on behalf of the International Commission on Physics Education (ICPE) of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) - with support from UNESCO - to make available  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The research and curriculum development on which the comments in this paper are based are the results of an ongoing, collaborative effort by many members of the Physics Education Group  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6463544 fatcat:b3xcrdpu5rhphkgiocmrqixxpu

Career Development in Organizations

R. Richard Ritti, Douglas T. Hall
1987 Administrative Science Quarterly  
This monograph is designed to enrich the database for persons seeking to learn more about viable approaches for facilitating career development in organizations.  ...  Suggestions are given for assisting individuals to chart their careers in the company and helping organizations to develop and utilize human resources more effectively.  ...  A chronological account of the process involved in developing an assessment center is provided and the standards and concerns for operating a center are°' discussed.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2392926 fatcat:ld22se3nknaene3ny4v5bi6pqa

Leadership and Organizational Change: Some Perspective from the Basics

Kiyoung Kim
2015 Social Science Research Network  
The newspapers or other informative media played a role to unfreeze the trade regime and its people directly or indirectly affiliated with it.  ...  The kind of Foundation of the Doctoral Studies course normally is not offered in the training program of Korean universities.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2589555 fatcat:wc65cwmyfba5vjwrj4f4c2s4eu

Narrative theory unbound: queer and feminist interventions

2015 ChoiceReviews  
T his book began as a conversation among the presenters and participants who gathered in Columbus, Ohio, from May 12 to May 14, 2011, to explore new directions in queer and feminist narrative theory.  ...  We are grateful to all who organized and participated in this Project Narrative Symposium sponsored by The Ohio State University for their vital contributions to the intellectual substance of this project  ...  I think by playing the game of competition, playing this game of slyer, stronger, crueler, these species have disappeared, leaving man alone to play this game of destruction.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.192704 fatcat:p4obxdfgvfc6fhkov2m676u2mi
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