Mixed Learning Approach to Teaching Ethics in Leadership and Management : A Case Course in a Multicultural Group
Lämsä, A.-M., Pucėtaitė, R., Kujala, J., Medeišienė, R., Riivari, E., Bulatova, J., . . . Heikkinen, A. (2015). Mixed Learning Approach to Teaching Ethics in Leadership and Management : A Case Course in a Multicultural Group. In G. Sardana, & T. Thatchenkery (Eds.), Managing Complex Organization Change : Action-oriented Approaches for Sustaining Positive Interventions (pp. 352-364). Bloomsbury Publishing India.
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The purpose of the paper is to analyse how a mixed learning approach (MLA) (e.g. case studies, applied drama) can facilitate teaching and learning ethics in business management. Partners from five different countries organized an international higher education course in the years 2013, 2014 and 2015. The aim of the course was to provide the students with skills to evaluate and solve ethical problems constructively in a multicultural group. This case portrays the benefits and challenges of the MLA and discusses what it takes from teachers and students to make the use of the approach successful.
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing India
Is part of publicationManaging Complex Organization Change : Action-oriented Approaches for Sustaining Positive Interventions, ISBN 978-93-85436-77-2
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