Learning and Learning Standards in Management Curriculum

Natarajan, R C and Gupta, Jaba Mukherjee and Pratap, Vidya (2005) Learning and Learning Standards in Management Curriculum. TAPMI, Manipal.

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Management education aims at building managerial competencies of students. Cognitive competencies can be learnt through the traditional teacher-driven learning methods; but skill and behavioural competencies need a more effective method of learning. Many academicians lament the application of traditional teaching methods to management learning. They warrant a learneroriented approach, wherein the learner takes the responsibility for the learning process. This paper develops a model with a holistic view for (a) arriving at the courses offered in management institutes, (b) the manner of designing the learning components and (c) the mode of evaluation. The authors demonstrate the model with the help of an exercise they carried out at their institute. Course development starts with the management institute’s mission and ends with the feedback/evaluation methods which will enable the faculty members to make changes in the curricular design in a systemic manner. This can serve as a template for development of other courses as well.

Item Type: TAPMI Working Papers
Uncontrolled Keywords: Management Education, Communication, Experiential Learning, Pedagogy, Course Design
Subjects: General Management
Divisions: General Management and Enterpreneurship
Depositing User: Ms. Vanitha K
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2018 07:20
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2018 07:20
URI: http://tapmi.informaticsglobal.com/id/eprint/334

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