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Can’t We Pick our Own Groups? The Influence of Group Selection Method on Group Dynamics and Outcomes
In today’s business world, the ability to work efficiently and effectively with others in a group is a mandatory skill. Many employers rank “ability to work with a group” as one of the most importantExpand
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Experiential Learning Exercises in Services Marketing Courses
Business schools are often accused of focusing too much on quantitative and technical skills and spending too little time on interpersonal and communication skills. Experiential learning assignmentsExpand
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Are Student Groups Dysfunctional?
In today’s business world, the ability to work efficiently and effectively in a team is mandatory to a business student’s success. Many employers rank “ability to work with a group” as one of theExpand
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Effects of debriefing in marketing research involving “Mild” deceptions
Although behavioral researchers in marketing frequently deceive their subjects, relatively few report postexperimental debriefings. We hypothesize that researchers may avoid debriefings because (a)Expand
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A conceptual framework for analyzing deception and debriefing effects in marketing research
Deception and debriefing are commonly used marketing research procedures. However, marketers have paid little attention to the ethical and methodological issues inherent in the use of theseExpand
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Empowering Nurses to Lead Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Environments Through a Nurse Leadership Institute.
A year-long Nurse Leadership Institute (NLI) for emerging leaders in primary care clinics and acute care environments was developed, implemented, and evaluated. The NLI's goal was to fosterExpand
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A Systems Change Approach to CS Education: Creating Rubrics for School System Implementation
We explore theories of systems change, especially in education, and describe the creation of a series of rubrics to help districts self-assess their CS education supports. Expand
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Building Trust in Computer Science Research-Practice Partnerships: A Theme Study
We explore the ways in which six diverse RPP teams went about developing trusting and collaborative relationships as they worked together to solve local problems of practice. Expand
Understanding our Human Resources: District LeadershipEfforts at Understanding CS Education Implementationin Their Own Buildings
This paper analyzes a subset of the 1023 goals collected by CSforALL to date, specifically focused on the goals related to landscaping, or district identification of resources and needs. Expand
Reducing Content Variance and Improving Student Learning Outcomes
This article describes a standardization process for an introductory marketing course with multiple sections. Expand
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