A comprehensive model of management education for Latin America: Learning constructs, instructional techniques, and outcomes

Richard Posthuma, Claudia González-Brambila, Denver J. Fowler, Said Al-Riyami

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Abstract

Purpose: To address the increasingly turbulent environments that businesses face, the purpose of this study is to build on prior research to propose a comprehensive model aimed at enhancing business school education in Latin America. Design/methodology/approach: The authors modified and adapted prior meta-analytic research on workplace training programs to create a model that is applicable to the context of business school education in Latin America. Findings: The creation of this model enabled the identification of many propositions that can guide future research. Research limitations/implications: In addition to insightful research propositions, the authors also provide specific suggestions on the methods for data collection and analysis. Practical implications: This model can serve as a comprehensive summary of important factors that education leaders can use to enhance the success of business education in Latin America. Social implications: In addition to helping to improve business education in Latin America, this model can guide research that will benefit other types of education programs in science, technology, medicine, etc. Originality/value: The authors used findings to build this integrated mode and adapted and refined the model to fit the setting of higher education institutions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)405-424
Number of pages20
JournalManagement Research
Volume15
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2017

Keywords

  • Higher education
  • Latin America
  • Learning
  • Management education
  • Training

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Business and International Management
  • Strategy and Management

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