Interdisciplinary and Practical Approaches to Managerial Education and Training

  • 8h 26m
  • Luísa Cagica Carvalho, Pedro Pardal
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

In the last decades, the development of innovative practices has gained considerable interest. New generations of students have grown up in a very different environment from their predecessors, one influenced by information and communications technology (ICT). In a globalized world, ICT is changing the way businesses create and capture value, how and where we work, and how we interact and communicate. Thus, some of the traditional teaching methods are rapidly becoming obsolete and unattractive to the new generation of students. Despite the increase in the development of new teaching approaches in recent years, relevant questions related to learning objectives, suitable methodologies, and impact assessment remain unanswered.

Interdisciplinary and Practical Approaches to Managerial Education and Training addresses the best practices, laboratory methods, policies, protocols, and practical approaches to managerial education and training. Covering a wide range of topics such as training programs, teacher education, and online learning, it is ideal for academics, university teachers, researchers, students, public and private institutions, and professionals in managerial training education.

About the Author

Luísa Cagica Carvalho holds a PhD in Management in University of Évora, Portugal. Professor of Management on Department of Economics and Management, Institute Polytecnic of Setubal, Portugal. Guest professor in international universities teaches in courses of master and PhDs programs. Researcher at CEFAGE (Center for Advanced Studies in Management and Economics) University of Evora – Portugal. Author of several publications in national and international journals, books, and book chapters.

Pedro Pardal is a PhD in Accounting Professor of Institute Polytechnic of Setúbal, Investigator and Consulter in Finance, Accounting, and Management Control Systems.

In this Book

  • Insights into Preparing Training Courses on Financial Services for Entrepreneurs in Africa
  • Distance Education in Higher Education—Modern Applications and Management Courses
  • Blended Learning Compared to Online Learning in Business, Management, and Accounting Education—A Bibliometric Analysis and Literature Review
  • Key Factors for Entrepreneurial Success—A Synthesis of Earlier Research and an Agenda Proposal to Support Entrepreneurial Training
  • Corporate Simulation and the Articulation of the Problem-Based Learning Methodology with the Continuous Assessment Model
  • Transforming Tourism Education—An Interdisciplinary Approach to Sustainable Tourism Management
  • Evaluation of the Potential of Ideation Tools to Create Technologies Aimed at Education
  • Employee Engagement and Learning for the Transformational Leader
  • Online Learning or Emergency Remote Teaching?—Reflections on Online Learning as Pedagogical Innovation in a Higher Education Institution
  • Preparing Managers to Lead for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • The Importance of Social Components in Online Learning—The Case of Business Administration Online at MCI
  • Adult Learning in the Workplace—Critical Application and New Mediums
  • Creativity Processes Applied to the Innovation Management of a Digital Showroom for Cars
  • The Role of Evaluation in Service Learning in Economics and Business—Systematic Review and Proposal of Evaluation
  • Socio-Intercultural Management Competencies
  • Leader Effects on Engagement
  • Compilation of References