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|Title:||More Than a Marriage of Convenience: The Convergence of Management and Indigenous Educational Practice|
|Citation:||Journal of Management Education, 2011; 35(1):168-186|
|Publisher:||Sage Publications Inc|
|Melissa Nursey-Bray and Hilary Haugstetter|
|Abstract:||In today’s globalized world, there is an increasing imperative to operate in multiple and culturally diverse contexts. An intercultural approach to management education prepares students to work anywhere in the world. What lessons can be learned from other cultures that can enhance how managers operate in international forums? The authors seek to answer that question by reviewing the lessons learned from teaching Indigenous peoples in Australia. Using a conversational narrative, this study reflects on the understanding and incorporating of different cultural domains and knowledge systems into management education. The study concludes with suggestions for the inclusion of cultural standards for management curricula.|
|Keywords:||Indigenous education; management; cross-cultural; curriculum|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2011 by OBTS Teaching Society for Management Educators. © The Author(s) 2011|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography, Environment and Population publications|
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