Using Simulation as a Training Tool for Project Management

Educators work hard to make sure their pupils are prepared for their chosen field of work. Inside a classroom, however, this can prove challenging. Many teachers have begun turning to simulations that will help provide their students with the opportunity to put their knowledge to the test. In their article in Simulation and Gaming, "Evaluating … Continue reading Using Simulation as a Training Tool for Project Management

Encouraging Exercise in the Elderly

Stephan Dahl of Hull University, Lynne Eagle of James Cook University, and Mustafa Ebrahimjee of the Leigh Primary Care Centre are looking at new ways to reach out to the over-65 population when it comes to physical activity. We had a chance to speak with Dr. Dahl about the paper, "Golden Moves: Developing a Transtheoretical Model-based Social Marketing Intervention in an … Continue reading Encouraging Exercise in the Elderly

Helping Students Manage Their Energy

Getting acclimated to back-to-school season? The Journal of Management Education has good advice to help students get recharged and channel their energy toward a healthy personal and professional life. Gretchen M. Spreitzer of the University of Michigan and Traci Grant, University of Michigan alumna, published "Helping Students Manage Their Energy: Taking Their Pulse With the … Continue reading Helping Students Manage Their Energy

Helping Students Manage Their Energy

Gretchen M. Spreitzer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and Traci Grant, University of Michigan alumna, published "Helping Students Manage Their Energy: Taking Their Pulse With the Energy Audit" on December 5th, 2011 in the Journal of Management Education. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: This article introduces a tool to help students learn … Continue reading Helping Students Manage Their Energy