Working for the Common Good
Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Management

Paper: 978 1 56377 021 0 / $35.00
Published: January 2000  

Publisher: Stylus Publishing
222 pp., 6" x 9"
Series: Service Learning in the Disciplines Series
Service-learning prepares business students to see new dimensions of relevance of their coursework. It provides structures for students to establish caring relationships with others that validate their humanity. Service-learning is an important way for management faculty to help their departments, schools, and universities to better fulfill their missions and visions. This volume, 15th in the Service-Learning in the Discipline Series, provides an excellent way to get involved.

Table of Contents:
About This Series—Edward Zlotkowski
Preface—Charles Wankel
Introduction—Paul C. Godfrey and Edward T. Grasso

Part One: Theoretical Chapters
Business Education for the 21st Century—Judith Samuelson
A Moral Argument for Service-Learning in Management Education—Paul C. Godfrey
Transforming Management Education: The Role of Service-Learning—Sandra Waddock and James Post
Management Students as Consultants: A Strategy for Service-Learning in Management Education— Amy L. Kenworthy-U'Ren
A Postmodern Service-Learning Pedagogy: The Story of the Greenback Company—Grace Ann Rosile and David Boje

Part Two: Pedagogical Papers: Individual Courses
Experiencing Strategy at the University of Notre Dame—James H. Davis and John G. Michel
Teaching Leadership and Management Through Service-Learning—Gaylen N. Chandler
The More We Serve, the More We Learn: Service-Learning in a Human Resource Management Course—Sue Campbell Clark

Part Three: Pedagogical Papers: Institutional Programs
The Oklahoma Integrated Business Core: Using a Service-Learning Experience as a Foundation for Undergraduate Business Education—Larry K. Michaelsen, James M. Kenderdine, John Hobbs, and Forest L. Frueh
Learning Well—Doing Good: Service-Learning in Management Education—Christine H. Lamb, James B. Lee, Robert L. Swinth, and Karen L. Vinton
The ICIC Program: An Executive MBA Business School Service-Learning Program Model—Marilyn L. Taylor

Annotated Bibliography
Service-Learning and Management Education—Daniel R. McKell
Contributors to This Volume