Academy of Educational Leadership Journal

Published semiannually by Allied Academies, the Academy of Educational Leadership Journals is a peer-reviewed journal with articles focusing on education and educational leadership.

Articles from Vol. 17, No. 2, September

Adapting the Marketing Educational Environment for Multi-Cultural Millennials: The Chinese Experience
INTRODUCTION As noted by Hawes (2004), "Effective teachers must evolve to achieve success within a constantly changing environment." Part of the changing educational environment involves meeting the needs of the technology savvy millennials. Although...
A Demographic Analysis of Graduate Programs in Higher Education Administration in the United States
INTRODUCTION Over the past several years, there has been a growing interest in the field of Higher Education Administration. At the time of the writing of this document, a quick review of the Barnes and Noble website in the US listed 1401 books...
Career Concerns of Chinese Business Students in the United States: A Qualitative Study
INTRODUCTION According to the Ministry of Education of P. R. China, a total number of 284,700 Chinese students studied abroad in 2010, and there was a continuous growth in this number compared with the statistics in previous years (Mu, 2011). An...
Cheating in Higher Education: The Case of Multi-Methods Cheaters
INTRODUCTION In the academic world, a major problem exists. That issue is cheating. Pullen, Ortloff, Casey, and Payne (2000) refers to it as "the bane of higher education" (p.616), and Moffatt advance that "the university at the undergraduate level...
Developing a Written Research Productivity Policy for a Department of Accounting: A Case Study
INTRODUCTION The purpose of this paper is to report on experiences at the University of Wyoming, Department of Accounting in developing a written research productivity policy for use in tenure and promotion (hereafter T&P) and workload assignment...
Doctoral Training in Teaching and Preparedness of Early-Career Marketing Educators
LITERATURE REVIEW Research on training doctoral students to teach has bemoaned the lack of formal training in graduate programs. Butler, Laumer & Moore (1994) found that a majority of colleges of business were making some efforts to improve...
Leadership Education and Gender Roles: Think Manager, Think "?"
INTRODUCTION It has been nearly 40 years since the origination of the concept of "Think Manager, Think Male" in Virginia Schein's original article on the characteristics of managers and gender stereotypes (Schein, 1973). At the time of Schein's...
Learning through Narratives: The Impact of Digital Storytelling on Intergenerational Relationships
INTRODUCTION Scholars have studied the impact storytelling has on community involvement (Davis, 2011), family connectedness for young children (Aarsand, 2007), cultural awareness (Lambert, 2006) and the role narrative plays in the construction of...
Web 2.0 Implementation: An Analysis of AACSB Accredited Schools of Business from an International Perspective
INTRODUCTION Social media is increasingly being woven into the fabric of 21st century culture. It has even been named as one of the top 10 Chief Information Officer (CIO) priorities and issues for 2012 (van der Meulen, 2012). A major issue is how...

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