Suffolk University Research in Management Education and Development (MED) is a book series to foster the advance of MED research, learning, theory, and practice. Our objective is to reflect and shape contemporary discourse about important issues that will serve both academicians preparing mainstream courses and business professionals in management education and development. The series aspires to be a ""window"" on the future and a compendium of best practices. Currency, innovativeness and relevance will inform editorial decisions. Prompt review of submitted proposals as well as timely production and marketing of the completed volume is assured. This book series will include both edited volumes comprised of articles written by specialists in various aspects of the volume's theme and single-authored books. Each volume will be devoted to an in-depth examination of a particular management education issue including but not limited to the following: Assessments of technological innovations in MED such as those based in internet technologies and other new media, creating virtual learning communities, advances in simulations and virtual reality applications, intelligent tutoring, distance MED, knowledge management and MED, use of MED in increasing the human capital of organizations, global differences and trends in MED from a comparative perspective, comparative studies of MED across industries, the social psychological context of MED, cognitive issues in MED, service learning, corporate universities, strategic approaches to management development, emerging visions of management education, approaches to structuring MED, issues in managing MED, support functions in MED, issues in the deployment of MED, MED change management, MED alliances and networks, ethical dimensions of MED, corporate cultures and MED, integrating consulting into MED, new approaches to internships and field experiences, faculty externships, assessment and accreditation of management education, comparative studies of MED curriculum development, film and fiction as MED media, and critical approaches to MED. The series of volumes will represent a wide range of organizational, industry, national and global management education and development issues.
Series: Research in Management Education & Development
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st January 2002
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.36