Business Educator Issue 1: Management Learning and Business Education during Turbulent Times

Foster, Monika, Armstrong, Paul-Alan and J. Nobari, Juila (2021) Business Educator Issue 1: Management Learning and Business Education during Turbulent Times. University of Sunderland, Sunderland, UK.

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Co-editors Introduction:
Welcome to Business Educator Issue 1 (2020-2021) a Special Edition ‘Management Learning and Business Education during Turbulent Times’.
This Working Paper series is for scholars, researchers, early career researchers, members of the PhD community and students whose research and scholarship are located within Management Learning and Business Education. The purpose of this working paper series is to provide a peer-reviewed approach to support the development of high-quality outputs from research in the areas of:

-Management Learning including leadership and management development approaches; coaching; professional development; reflexivity; creativity and innovation in management learning; developing resilient and agile managers; internationalisation of management learning across cultures.

-Business Education including business pedagogies; creative approaches to learning and teaching; online and hybrid approaches; digital business education; the student experience; student as partners; collaborative approaches to business education; inclusive business education practices; work-based learning, experiential learning; internationalisation of business education.

We are delighted that this first issue reflects the breadth of the experience within the research community in the Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism and beyond by including working papers from early career researchers, members from the PhD community and established international recognised researchers.


What role do social resources play for minority ethnic graduates in the graduate employment market? A review of a targeted market intervention.
Professor Heather McGregor, Dr Kane Needham, Thea House

An academic journey from disruption and discomfort to a digital curriculum by transforming professional disposition.
Dr Victoria Rafferty, Dr John Dixon-Dawson, Iris Li Ren, Karen Wharton

Defining key factors that influence ‘the student experience’.
Dr Graeme Price

COVID-19 on aviation: Insights on challenges facing the airlines; managing uncertainty, and the potential role of leadership in dealing with a crisis.
Mohammad Adwan

Professional identity: Concept and formation.
Abbas Alkihdir

Letters of praxis: A metaphorical journey through the challenges for business and management education during turbulent times.
Dr Paul-Alan Armstrong and Professor Monika Foster

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Divisions: Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism > School of Business
Depositing User: Leah Maughan
Date Deposited: 16 Jun 2021 08:37
Last Modified: 17 Jun 2021 13:30
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