The Cutting Edge of International Management Education

Edited by:
Charles Wankel, St. John's University, New York
Robert DeFillippi, Suffolk University

A volume in the series: Research in Management Education and Development. Editor(s): Agata Stachowicz-Stanusch, Canadian University Dubai. Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris. Hamid H. Kazeroony, North-West University Business School.

Published 2006

New Vistas of International Management Education: Introduction, Charles Wankel and Robert DeFillippi. PART I: INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES. From Going Alone to Going Along?: European Business Schools as Loosely Coupled Networks, Peter van Baalen and Lars Moratis. Internationalizing French Management Education: A Contextual Analysis of Strategies in French Business Schools, Junko Takagi and Jean-Luc Cerdin. Approaches for Internationalizing the Business School Curriculum: International Business Curriculum Approaches, Bruce Rollier and Christine Nielsen. The Internationalization of the Business Curriculum through Language and Culture: A Theoretical and Practical Approach to Interdisciplinary Cooperation, Laura Ancilli, Michela Betta, Raffaela Dinelli, Laura Hougaz and Bruno Mascitelli. PART II: CYBERSPACE PERSPECTIVES. Global Reality with Virtual Teams: Lessons from the Globally Distant Multicultural Teams Project, Joyce Osland, Allan Bird, Christian Scholz, Martha Maznevski, Jeanne McNett, Mark Mendenhall, Volker Stein and Doris Brunner. International Online Workplaces: A Perspective for Management Education, Kirk St. Amant. At a Distance: Learning About Cross-Cultural Virtual Teams in an International Management Course, Mikael Søndergaard, Marta B. Calás and Paul F. Donnelly. PART III: TEACHING PERSPECTIVES. Gaining a Global Mindset: The Use of Stories in International Management Education, Mila Gascó-Hernández and Teresa Torres-Coronas. Cooperative Learning: Potentials and Challenges for Chinese Management Education, Dean Tjosvold, Zi-you Yu and Sofia Su Fang. Creating a Multi-Site Summer Study Abroad Program, Thomas M. Porcano, William B. Snavely, David M. Shull and Wayne Staton. Teaching International Business through International Student Consulting Projects: The GCP/JSCP at Ohio University, Gary Coombs and Ed Yost.