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Is it Time for Change in Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs? Or perhaps it is not?

D. Anthony Butterfield
University of Massachusetts Amherst  |  United States

Jeffrey Kappen
Drake University  |  United States

Joseph Garcia
Western Washington University  |  United States

Melika Husić-Mehmedović
University of Sarajevo  |  Bosnia and Herzegovina

Robert Marx
University of Massachusetts Amherst  |  United States

Rickie Moore
Emlyon Business School  |  France

Jenny Rodriguez
University of Manchester  |  United Kingdom

Keywords: Teaching Preparation, Doctoral Education, Pedagogy

Abstract: In 2016, the Journal of Management Education published an essay, along with four rejoinders, exploring the practices of North American Business School PhD programs in preparing future faculty to develop competencies in teaching. Responses to this essay called for consideration of different factors such as accreditation standards, national differences, resource constraints, and the relation between degree-granting and graduate-hiring universities. Not unexpectedly, since then, there has been little change in the preparation of new business faculty. This multinational panel will bring together early, mid and late career faculty to reflect on their experiences and work towards solutions to these challenges.


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