Citations with the tag: BUSINESS education
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- Partners in learning.
Allerton, Haidee // Training & Development; Mar96, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p10
Reports on partnerships between educational institutions and businesses for business education. George Washington University's college degrees in human resources development (HRD); College credit for training program participants at the Development Dimensions International; Management Education...
- Education blueprint unveiled at forum.
Ford, Tom // Crain's Cleveland Business; 09/13/99, Vol. 20 Issue 37, p2
Reports on the unveiling of Ohio's education blueprint. Formation of a blue ribbon entity called the Business Education Network; Agenda of boosting graduation rates; Training efforts for work-related education to fit employers needs.
- Bridging the education gap.
Strugatch, Warren // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 02/11/2000, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p1B
Focuses on the need for enhancing the relationship between schools and the business sector in Long Island, New York. Factors influencing the gap between schools and the industry; Importance of orienting students to the business world; Effectiveness of mentoring programs in schools;...
- Industry as a cog inside the education machine.
Warwick, David // People Management; 03/07/96, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p39
Argues on the involvement of industries on education in United Kingdom. Significance and implication of the relationship between business and education; List of companies that have been working to implement long term change in education.
- A Sino-Western education for business executives.
Robberds, Mark // Asian Business Review; May95, p71
Focuses on the business education programs in China to be launched by two Western companies in cooperation with leading Chinese organizations. Features of the programs; Companies involved; Scheduled date of the programs.
- An unfortunate mistake...
Handy, Charles // Across the Board; Feb96, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p11
Presents a look at business education. Value of a MBA (Masters of Business Administration); Business studies as a prerequisite for many careers.
- Stop comparing schools to business!
Kirk, Alison // Across the Board; Apr97, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p23
Discusses how applying business model to schools promises greater efficiency, cost savings and smarter students. Analogy between the schooling process and an efficient industrial-age factory; Performance-appraisal puzzles; Other assumption underlying business involvement in education; How...
- Syllabus for success.
Collison, N-K // Black Enterprise; Feb1989, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p113
Discusses mid-career fellowship programs for black professionals in the early stages of their careers. W.K. Kellogg Foundation National Fellowship; Alfred P. Sloan Fellows Program; White House Fellows program. INSET: Contactpersons..
- B.E. guide to fellowships and executive training programs.
Harrison, S.S. // Black Enterprise; Feb1989, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p119
Presents an alphabetical listing of fellowships and executive training programs for graduate students and professionals, focusing on those that are interested in attracting minorities.
- The corporate role in education and training.
Thompson, John M. // Business Quarterly; Autumn90, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p116
Discusses the role of Canadian businesses in education and training. Shift from resource-based and labor intensive economy to an intellect-intensive economy; Shortage of needed skills in the technology sector; Creation of a science and technology culture in elementary and secondary schools;...
- Listening to the footsteps of change.
Tapp, Lawrence G. // Business Quarterly; Summer96, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p7
Describes the changes in business education in Canada. Globalization of the business education market; Influence of technology on business education; Efforts by the Western Business School of the University of Western Ontario to cope with the changes.
- Business education in Canada: A blueprint for change.
Tapp, Larry // Business Quarterly; Winter96, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p29
Offers suggestions for ensuring an effective business education in Canadian schools. Attraction of more financial capital in order to become exporters of intellectual capital; Need for business schools to increasingly bring the school to the student; Role of business schools as central forum...
- New education caucus begins work.
Tapp, Larry // Community College Week; 9/23/96, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p3
Focuses on the efforts of a caucus chaired by Cleo Fields to identify innovative partnerships between businesses and education. Need for companies to provide funds for technology and tutoring at schools and colleges; Efforts of the caucus to improve federal backing for education.
- Executives are sitting in at the school principal's office.
Tapp, Larry // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr92, Vol. 13 Issue 73, p27
Focuses on the Principal for a Day program by the Los Angeles Educational Partnership in Los Angeles, California to connect the business community with public schools in the city. Number of schools participating in the program; Features of the program; Number of executives participating;...
- Business' role in school reform.
Kearns, David T. // Corporate Board; Nov/Dec93, Vol. 14 Issue 83, p1
Discusses the role and responsibility of American business to education in order to have a well-trained workforce in the future. Better education as the children's right and the business world's requirement; Components of breakthrough innovation; Use of computers and modems by teachers; Needed...
- Corporate responsibility.
Kearns, David T. // Corporate Board; Nov/Dec93, Vol. 14 Issue 83, p28
Reports on the establishment of Kids and the Power of Work (KAPOW) by Grand Metropolitan in order to show school children the connection between education and later job successes. Members of the KAPOW; Methodology used; Operation of KAPOW in schools all over the United States.
- `Adopted' 8th-graders get lessons in business and life.
Kruglik, Marla // Curriculum Review; Dec93, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p15
Describes the Adopt-a-Homeroom program in Cicero, Illinois where eight graders are introduced to the business world. History; Procedure; Business participants; Goals.
- Is anybody listening?
Arlen, Jeffrey // Discount Store News; 6/2/97, Vol. 36 Issue 11, pA29
Editorial. Focuses on the the author's message to manufacturing, marketing and retailing executives. Starting points for mass retailers; How he views the consumers; How to grow in the apparel business.
- Comparison of CIS curricula in Russian and American universities.
Schellenberger, R.E.; Mechitov, A.L. // Education; Winter96, Vol. 117 Issue 2, p297
Examines the primary differences between the Russian and United States business curricula information systems. Evolution of the Russian business educational system; Features of Russian information systems; Comparison of pre-business courses between the Russian and the United States; Implication...
- Improving the quality of the workforce: The national alliance of business programs.
Vanneman, Alan // Economic Development Review; Winter92, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p6
Discusses the activities of the National Alliance of Business (NAB). Includes linking education and work; Technical assistance guide on workplace literacy; Business services; National Private Industry Council Leadership Institute; Dislocated worker unit.
- A Teamwork Approach to Teaching Corporate Finance.
Byrd, Anthony K.; Harman, Yvette S. // Financial Practice & Education; Spring/Summer97, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p67
Considers the importance of University of Central Florida's Business Education (BE)2000 business curriculum that emphasizes teamwork and other competencies which are important to the success of business graduates. Traditional lecture format; Grading systems of the students; Availability of...
- Do you have the business spirit?
Byrd, Anthony K.; Harman, Yvette S. // Alberta Sweetgrass; Jan2003, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p13
Focuses on the E-Spirit 2002 Aboriginal Youth Business Plan competition organized by the Business Development Bank of Canada for Aboriginal students in Canada. Details of the competition; Online availability of business planning resources.
- The Corporate Takeover of American Schools.
Boyles, Deron Robert // Humanist; May/Jun95, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p20
Discusses the role of business in education in the United States. Business attitudes toward success and accountability as focus of educational reform; `Corporate culture ideology'; Language of economics as culture; Schools as democratic public spheres.
- No time for vacations.
Boyles, Deron Robert // Indianapolis Business Journal; 6/6/94, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p6A
Editorial. Comments on the role of individuals and businesses in the education of children. Inadequacy of the educational system; Schools as laboratories for educational experimentation; Social environment of children; Children's learning from communities.
- UA/business partnerships need linkages.
Boyles, Deron Robert // Inside Tucson Business; 04/13/98, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p4
Editorial. Comments on the campaign of the Arizona Board of Regents to improve the partnership between colleges and businesses in the state.
- Biz ties to education on rise.
Boyles, Deron Robert // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 06/22/98, Vol. 45 Issue 25, p21A
Cites business' growing involvement in education in Long Island, New York. Sampling of businesses that have become involved in school to career; Role of business in planning classroom instruction and demonstrating the practical use of skills.
- Education & careers briefs.
Moynahan, Mary Kaye // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 1/23/95, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p18
Presents news on education and business in the United States. Long Island Association's hosting of an Executive Breakfast Meeting on February 9, 1995; Federal jury's acquittance of former Brookhaven Town board member Donald Zimmer and former planning board member Anthony Losquadro; Molloy...
- A partnership between school and business.
Passeser, Scott // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 2/19/96, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p43
Focuses on the collaboration between schools and businesses in Long Island, New York by launching the Nassau County School to Career Partnership. Offer of curriculum in schools that are connected between what is learned in school and the skills needed in the workplace; Courses on time...
- Literacy...and business.
Smith, Mark // Las Vegas Business Press; 08/25/97, Vol. 14 Issue 34, The New Business Voice p3
Presents the remarks of Las Vegas, Nevada Chamber Foundation emeritus president Mark Smith regarding business and education in the state. Value of a literate workforce; Suggestions for the improvement of literacy rate in the country. INSET: The bottom line..
- The university system assisting the state's business community.
Lutz-Ritzheimer, Kay // Montana Business Quarterly; Autumn90, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p15
Focuses on the Montana Entrepreneurship Center, a cooperative effort of universities in Montana which addresses business development and economic diversification. Program description; Benefits to businesses; Center's structure.
- Resources available for making business schools international.
Lutz-Ritzheimer, Kay // Marketing News; 10/25/93, Vol. 27 Issue 22, p14
Reports on the launching of the Roundtable on Internationalizing Business Schools and Faculty project by the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at Michigan State University. Objectives; Activities; Contact information.
- Plan urges corporate sponsors for schools.
Lutz-Ritzheimer, Kay // Marketing News; 1/16/95, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p3
Reports on the plan of five school-related organizations to have business enterprises sponsor education in Illinois. Fears that fundraising will benefit wealthy school districts and distract from attempts to reform the school-finance system; Controversial notion of exploiting children;...
- School-to-Career History.
Lutz-Ritzheimer, Kay // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 7/28/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p4A
Presents a timeline of industry and academic partnership in New Orleans, Louisiana. Objective of the Regional Council on School-to-Work in 1994; Value of implementation grant allocated to the MetroVision Regional School-to-Work Partnership in 1997; Incorporation with the State of Louisiana in 2001.
- Students mean business.
Lutz-Ritzheimer, Kay // NZ Business; Jun95, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p6
Reports on New Zealand's Business Week program which aims to educate secondary students about pursuing a career in business. Schools' persistence in having a very narrow focus on where to channel students' careers; Program's live-in camp in Palmerston North; Course organizers.
- In support of reform: Western business education in Central and Eastern Europe.
Madhavan, Ravindranath; Fogel, Daniel S. // Review of Business; Spring92, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p4
Discusses the introduction of western business education in Central and Eastern Europe. Lack of the basic cultural and philosophical understanding of free markets; Need of company managers for immediate information regarding relationships between pricing and production; Types of business education.
- Management education in Poland.
Wankel, Charles; Advocate, Monika // Review of Business; Spring92, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p13
Examines management education in Poland in the context of the country's transition to a market economy. Interest of many management instructors in Poland in learning Western business teaching techniques; Diversity of business schools; Curricula; Reliance on tuition for financing.
- An innovative foreign study program: International business studies in the USA.
Jones Jr., William A.; Burden, Charles A. // Review of Business; Spring92, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p22
Describes an international business education program model used by an urban university in the United States. Provision of participants with firsthand opportunity to see and hear the experiences of foreign managers.
- Industry keeps teachers up to speed.
Portz, Stephen M. // Tech Directions; Aug95, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p39
Relates the author's experience at the Florida Summer Industrial Fellowship for Teachers (SIFT). Background information on SIFT; Author's responsibility at the Parachute Refurbishment Facility; How the author's experiences helped his class on computer-aided design.
- Direct from Washington.
Lewis, Ann C. // Tech Directions; Mar96, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p6
Reports on developments on education and the industry in the United States as of March 1996. Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson's focus on school-to-work issues; Standards for youth employment; Block grant progress.
- Integrating science and technology education through...
Brown, David M. // Tech Directions; Mar97, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p21
Focuses on the view that technology education can grow like the technology industry, from simple processes to those which are more complex. Integration between science and technology; Reference to a program at Mount Pleasant High School in Wilmington, Delaware; Overall program goals.
- Paper bag book jackets--technology and core academics.
Woods, Steve // Tech Directions; Mar97, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p24
Focuses on a project which integrates industrial technology and core academic subjects, where students create individually personalized book jackets from brown paper bags. Possible variations of the project.
- What sells technology education?
Johnson, Richard J. // Tech Directions; Mar97, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p32
Presents a high school teacher's views with regards to technology education in the United States. Role which technology teachers should play; How most administrators view technology; What encourages technology education in schools. INSET: Ways to sell tech ed..
- Certification multiflication.
Vandenberg, Victoria // Tech Directions; Apr97, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p7
Focuses on the certification programs of Industry-Education Alliance (IEA) and Electronics Technicians Association (ETA). The program of IEA to train adults in builder-approved `zero-defect construction'; How the National Association of Home Builders in United States will have access to IEA's...
- Trend watch.
Allerton, Haidee // Training & Development; Feb97, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p7
Presents predictions about the future of various aspects of business learning lifted from the book `Corporate Quality Universities: Lessons in Building a World-Class Workforce,' by Jeanne C. Meister. Corporate universities; Training departments; Instructional design; Business students;...
- Professional post.
Allerton, Haidee // Techniques: Making Education & Career Connections; Jan97, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p11
Reports on various developments related to industry and education. Includes Career Communications Inc.'s Career Success Catalog; Tandy Leather Co.'s leather art scholarship competition; Johnson and Wales University's National High School Recipe Contest.
- The trouble with business-education partnerships.
Clark, Donald M. // Techniques: Making Education & Career Connections; Jan97, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p70
Focuses on business-education partnerships. Lack of effective approach to education reform; Limitations; Background information; Industry-Education Council (IEC) model; Suggestions.
- Keep the pressure on.
Lopp, Thomas B. // Vocational Education Journal; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p10
Comments on the importance of integrating academics with substantive work experiences for all students in the United States to add a significant relevance to their education. Requirement of both academic and technical training in successful businesses; Necessity of convincing legislators on the...
- Centers for Advanced Technology.
Lopp, Thomas B. // Westchester County Business Journal; 11/25/96, Vol. 35 Issue 48, p26
Focuses on the program offered by New York's Centers for Advanced Technology which is a collaborative effort between the industry and the academia. Enhancement of existing state businesses and generation of new businesses; Assistance provided; Selection criteria; Thirteen centers at...
- Building on the school-business partnership.
Devine, David // BusinessWest; Dec96, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p8
Comments on the partnership between schools and businesses in Massachusetts on various endeavors. Promotion of stronger schools and a better-trained workforce; Sharing of management training resources for principals and administrators; Benefits of the school-business partnership to students.
- Sandbox program set to expand.
TAMPONE, KEVIN // Business Journal (Central New York); 4/9/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 15, p1
The article reports on the expansion of a student sandbox program of the Tech Garden in 2010 in Syracuse, New York.