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Business education and ethics : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications

Author: IGI Global,; Information Resources Management Association,
Publisher: Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) : IGI Global, [2018]
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"This book is a comprehensive source of academic knowledge that contains coverage on the latest learning and education strategies for corporate environments, as well as the role of ethics and integrity in day-to-day business endeavors. Including a broad range of perspectives on topics such as globalization, organizational justice, and cyber ethics"--
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2017014575
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: IGI Global,; Information Resources Management Association,
ISBN: 9781522531548 1522531548
OCLC Number: 994511532
Description: 1 online resource (79 PDFs (3 volumes))
Contents: Volume 1. Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Reflections on teaching business ethics ; Chapter 2. Business graduate skills: competency-based model ; Chapter 3. Principles of responsible management education (PRME): call for responsible management education ; Chapter 4. A consciousness-based approach to management education for integrity ; Chapter 5. A balanced approach to education --
Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 6. Business schools: internationalization towards a new European perspective ; Chapter 7. The potential of collaborative e-portfolios for enhancing the creative teaching skills of preservice business education teachers ; Chapter 8. Explaining cyberloafing through a theoretical integration of theory of interpersonal behavior and theory of organizational justice ; Chapter 9. A suggested curriculum in career education to develop business secondary schools students' career knowledge management domains and professional thinking ; Chapter 10. Effectiveness and content of corporate codes of ethics as a model for university honor codes ; Chapter 11. Ethical responsibilities of preserving academicians in an age of mechanized learning: balancing the demands of educating at capacity and preserving human interactivity ; Chapter 12. A living 'CCC'ase study: a business focused action-learning project ; Chapter 13. Theory U: rethinking business as practical European philosophy ; Chapter 14. Business education management models ; Chapter 15. Pedagogical strategies to develop business graduate competences ; Chapter 16. Designing online MBA programs to promote transformative learning and knowledge creation through project-based learning using the job characteristics model ; Chapter 17. The case study: much more than just another story ; Chapter 18. Paradigm shifts in the pedagogical approaches: andragogy-heutagogy-synergogy ; Chapter 19. Gap between theory and practice in management education: teaching entrepreneurship through practice ; Chapter 20. Educational and business co-operatives: the channels for collective creativity and entrepreneurial teams ; Chapter 21. A mental model for teaching strategic marketing management ; Chapter 22. Development of knowledge and skills with case method ; Chapter 23. Teaching accounting and management through business simulation: a case study ; Chapter 24. Sustainable programs: innovative Internet-based learning with global partnership ; Chapter 25. Management methodology: crafting creative case studies to capture concepts and contexts for course clarity ; Chapter 26. Business and technology educators: practices for inclusion --
Volume II. Chapter 27. Showing business students how to contribute to organizational cultures grounded in moralcharacter ; Chapter 28. Advisory committees: workforce education programs ; Chapter 29. Entrepreneurship education: a students' perspective ; Chapter 30. Informational competencies entrepreneurship and integral values in higher education ; Chapter 31. The application of the learning sciences to the design of business education cases ; Chapter 32. Predictors of instructional strategy use of faculty in career and technical education programs:signature pedagogies of the field --
Section 3. Utilization and applications. Chapter 33. Opportunities and challenges for CSR mainstreaming in business schools ; Chapter 34. Teaching business ethics post GFC: a corporate social responsibility of universities ; Chapter 35. A case study of online MBA courses: online facilitation, case-based learning, and virtual team ; Chapter 36. Marketing education in Sarawak: looking at it from the employers' viewpoint ; Chapter 37. The impact of the entrepreneur's educational level on the employment creation by new small and medium enterprises ; Chapter 38. Leadership education within transitional justice instruments ; Chapter 39. Social media driven management education ; Chapter 40. Can codes of ethical conduct work? Evaluating the effectiveness of privatised corporate governance in a world of political and economic convergence ; Chapter 41. Ethics perception: learning and teaching of ethics ; Chapter 42. Professional Masters' STEM Graduate Education Programs to develop a business-savvy workforce ; Chapter 43. Challenges and prospects of information communication technology (ICT) in teaching technical education towards globalisation ; Chapter 44. From marketing education in a developing country to a U.S. Master's and/or Doctoral Degree in marketing ; Chapter 45. Self-awareness: a way to promote ethical management ; Chapter 46. Thoughtfully preparing business students and faculty for study abroad: strategies for making the connection ; Chapter 47. Teaching peace and marketing education: from pieces to peace ; Chapter 48. MOOCs as supplement of informal education ; Chapter 49. Business education across regions: the case of the Middle East ; Chapter 50. Internationalization and strategic alliances --
Volume III. Section 4. Organizational and Social Implications. Chapter 51. Organizational justice: the injustice in the foundation of organizational citizenship behavior within higher education institutions ; Chapter 52. Quality control and standards of organisational justice in Nigerian higher education: the roles and interplay of various agencies ; Chapter 53. Corporate ethics and corporate social responsibility in reinforcing consumers bonding: an empirical study in controversial industry ; Chapter 54. Effective communication processes: the responsibility of university management for enhancedorganizational justice (OJ) ; Chapter 55. The transformation of Russian business education and its outcomes: how Russia moved away from Marxism toward a market economy through revitalized business education ; Chapter 56. The role of modern education in improving business performance ; Chapter 57. The fundamentals of organizational citizenship behavior ; Chapter 58. Successful business schools: learning from the success ; Chapter 59. Management education collaboration networks ; Chapter 60. Improving moral behaviour in the business use of ICT: the potential of positive psychology ; Chapter 61. Exploring variables that affect moral development of working professionals ; Chapter 62. Ethics and corporate social responsibility in human resource management ; Chapter 63. A paradigm shift for diversity management: from promoting business opportunity to optimizing lived career work experiences ; Chapter 64. Working-walking alone and with others: working-walking fast and far ; Chapter 65. The importance of managerial education and training for country performance ; Chapter 66. How business school research values shape the student experience ; Chapter 68. The law and economics of integrity as social capital: practical ethics in a capitalist market economy ; Chapter 69. Responsible corporate behaviors: drivers of corporate responsibility ; Chapter 70. Improving workforce education learning outcomes: lessons from Soviet educator A.S. Makarenko ; Chapter 71. Corporate ethics and social responsibility --
Section 5. Critical issues and challenges. Chapter 72. Case study as a teaching method in marketing ; Chapter 73. Faculty memoirs: study abroad business program in China --
Section 6. Emerging trends. Chapter 74. A new partnership in Doctoral education in business administration: a contemporary approach ; Chapter 75. The emerging corporate university system.
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