Using Management Advisory Boards in the Classroom
Journal of Management Education
Advisory boards in management classes expose students to experienced businesspeople and add realism. They give students insight into project work and experience working with senior management. However, boards complicate instructors' role, board members' and teachers' beliefs may conflict, and board members may give students contradictory advice.
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Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Brad Gilbreath, Michael M. Manning, O'Neill Burchett, C. David Wieters, Charles Roger Wright, and Tom L. Powers (2001).
Using Management Advisory Boards in the Classroom. Journal of Management Education.25 (1), 32-53.
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