It is not often that economics and comedy come together, but for professors looking to infuse their macroeconomics courses with comedic appeal, look no further than The Colbert Report. A recent article from The American Economist from author Gregory M. Randolph entitled "Laissez-Colbert: Teaching Introductory Macroeconomics with The Colbert Report" outlines how the Comedy Central show can be useful tool … Continue reading Laissez-Colbert: Using The Colbert Report to Teach Macroeconomics
The October 2016 issue of Journal of Management Education is now available online, and can be accessed free for the next 30 days. The October issue features a new provocative conversation for the article "Isn't It Time We Did Something About the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" by authors Robert D. Marx, Joseph E. Garcia, D. Anthony … Continue reading Read the New Issue of Journal of Management Education!
We're pleased to welcome new Journal of Management Education editors Jeanie M. Forray and Kathy Lund Dean. Drs. Forray and Dean discuss their thoughts on their new role and the direction of Journal of Management Education in their editorial that appears in the August issue. We are delighted to take the reins of JME, sharing … Continue reading A Warm Welcome to Journal of Management Education’s New Co-Editors!
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Interested in developing your marketing instruction? Check out the Journal of Marketing Education's new Editor's Choice collection titled "Evidence-Based Methods for Improving Marketing Education." Topics include: An increase from four to six exams per semester improves student performance and teacher evaluations. A long class format (3-hour class once a week) is associated with lower student … Continue reading Trying to Improve Marketing Education?
Every job requires some kind of training, whether it's how to make smoothies or how to write complex computer code, there's on-the-job training and it comes in all different styles. In the new paper recently published in Human Resource Development Review Dr. Barbara Ostrowski Martin of Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning with Dr. Klodiana Kolomitrom and … Continue reading On The Job
Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Joshua C. Collins of Florida International University, whose paper "Illustrating Relevance, Questioning Norms, and Creating Space: Three Steps for Teaching Critical Perspectives in the HRD Classroom" is forthcoming in Human Resource Development Review and now available in OnlineFirst. The inspiration for this paper stemmed from primarily two places. … Continue reading Three Steps To Move HRD Forward