When the process becomes the prize: Co-creation in management education

Higher education institutions are increasingly looking for innovative ways to develop transformative teaching experiences for students. This is due to increasing scrutiny of the efficacy of management education for today‚Äôs challenges such as economic and societal changes (Schoemaker, 2008) and a rather competitive teaching landscape in management education (Colombo, 2023). Emerging trends particularly highlight student-centredContinue reading “When the process becomes the prize: Co-creation in management education”

Finding imperfection and impact: developing self reflection in our future managers

Management education prepares students to undertake roles by exposing them to concepts, theories and models that enhance their ability to critically appraise situations while applying technical skills from finance, economics, human resource, auditing, tax, business law and so forth.  More specifically it is designed to prepare students to undertake managerial work. Managerial work While muchContinue reading “Finding imperfection and impact: developing self reflection in our future managers”