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Development of Student Management Teams through Strategy

Team development has become a competitive workplace strategy to propel organizations into the future. As a result, educators must strive to create real-life experiences inside the classroom to prepare students to actively engage and contribute to a team supporting organizational strategy. Although forming groups or teams in the classroom is a common practice, the authors have developed this into an innovative task by creating more ways to link the creation of Student Management Teams to critical workplace considerations such as culture, skills and values, and the strategic process. This exercise was created for use in an undergraduate capstone course in which students learn the process of strategy in the creation of their Student Management Team through the identification and evaluation of organizational assets, self-critique, and organization culture. This paper provides details to facilitate Student Management Teams through strategy with objectives, teaching notes, and debrief.

Noel Criscione-Naylor
Stockton University
United States

Tara E. Marsh
Stockton University
United States


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