At the Academy of Management Conference scholars regularly organize Professional Development Workshops (so-called PDWs). The goal of these workshops is to help other scholars. Some of these PDWs are focused on teaching. In the following you can see the recording of some of these.
STRonger Together Virtual PDW: Tackling the Tough Teaching Problems (Nov 20, 2020)
Are you worried about having to teach online for the first time? Do you have burning questions about what pitfalls to expect and how to avoid them? Are you wondering whether teaching in a COVID world provides a unique opportunity to refresh your course but are you unsure how to go about it? Then this workshop may be for you! The STR Division is excited to announce our teaching workshop: Tackling the tough teaching problems: Fully online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face teaching in a COVID world.
The workshop brings together Strategy scholars to discuss, in the form of a conversation, their experiences of teaching in four formats in the COVIDworld: Fully online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face. We examine several topics relevant to each teaching format to provide workshop participants with first-hand accounts and advice for how not only to survive a new teaching format, but how to make it good…and hopefully great. Speakers:
Russ Coff(University of Wisconsin-Madison); Tammy Madsen (University of Santa Clara); Mahka Moeen (University of North Carolina); Charlie Williams (Bocconi University).
These scholars will be joined in conversation by members of the STRteaching committee: Giada Di Stefano (Bocconi University); Henning Piezunka(INSEAD); John Mawdsley (HEC Paris). Watch this engaging session here
.STR Virtual PDW - Teaching Strategy Online (July 21, 2020)
This online session on "Teaching Strategy Online" features innovative approaches to teaching strategy using online classes. This session provides participants with an overview of the basic principles and challenges in teaching strategy in online-only settings. We will introduce and provide short demonstrations of teaching online classes, distinguishing between undergraduate, masters and executive level teaching as well as between synchronous and asynchronous classes in the case of online teaching.
Speakers: · Glenn Hoetker (Melbourne Business School) · Chris Bingham (UNC Chapel Hill) · Anu Wadhwa (Imperial College)
Organizers: Peter Murmann (U. of St. Gallen), Pinar Ozcan (U of Oxford), Giada Di Stefano (Bocconi), Ithai Stern (INSEAD)
Please use this link to watch this session. You can view the speakers' slides here.