The (potentially) dark side of relational responsibility

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Titel: The (potentially) dark side of relational responsibility
Insights from PRME data
Forfatter: Blasco, Maribel
Resume: In recent student interviews I and my colleagues conducted in connection with the implementation of the PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) programme at CBS, I was intrigued to hear students talk about ‘responsible management education’ not primarily as a question of what they were taught, but of how responsibly their learning experience was managed. Students expected their teachers to be role models for how ‘good managers’ should behave; and looked to their school to set an example of good management. In appraising their teachers as responsible managers (or otherwise), students spent a lot of effort trying to attribute responsibility, wrestling with questions about the demarcation between their own responsibilities and those of their teachers and other BS actors, including the administration and students from other specialization. Notably, they saw responsibility as a relational construct where their responsibilities and those of other BS actors demarcated one another on an ongoing basis, partly based on role attributions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/9435
Dato: 2017-01-10
Note: Published in 2016 Research in Management Learning and Education (RMLE). Unconference Proceedings.

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