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Learning by Doing to Enable Learning for Life. Colin Ashurst NUBS. Management…. “the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives” Birkinshaw , 2010; p10 (Reinventing Management). The craft of management. Craft. Science. Art. Management….

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Learning by doing to enable learning for life

Learning by Doingto Enable Learning for Life

Colin Ashurst

NUBS


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

Management…

“the act of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives”

Birkinshaw, 2010; p10 (Reinventing Management)


The craft of management

The craft of management

Craft

Science

Art


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

Management…

“is a practice, learned primarily through experience, and rooted in context”

Mintzberg, 2011; p6 (Management)


The craftsman richard sennett penguin books 2009

The Craftsman Richard SennettPenguin Books (2009)

All craftsmanship is founded on skill developed to a high degree… about 10,000 hours of experience are required to produce a master carpenter or musician (p20)


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

Changing perspectives


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

‘a computer on every desk and in every home’


Building engagement

Examples

Building engagement


Induction

Induction

MA Management


Induction1

Induction

239 students

2 half days

Focus on employability


Challenges

Challenges


Management into action

Management into Action

The theory and practice of management

Becoming a manager


Management into action1

Management into Action

‘Workshop 1’: two Fridays at the start of term

  • Recreating a classic piece of management research


Management into action2

Management into Action

  • Day 1: focus on skills for management including networking

  • Plan the research project

  • Day 2: groups present back on research project

  • Plan assignment 1


Consulting module

Consulting module

3 lectures & seminars >>>> 3 tutorials – action learning sets


Management into action innovation challenge

Management into Action: Innovation Challenge

3 day workshop (June)

Real world group projects

Assessed presentations on day 3 to sponsors


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

Thank you

Questions?


Questions

Questions

  • How can we embed skills development across a programme?

  • How can we ensure consistency in approach and progression?


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

  • The carpenter, lab technician and conductor are all craftsmen because they are dedicated to good work for its own sake. … their labour is not simply a means to another end (20)


Learning by doing to enable learning for life

  • Impact of separating ‘head and hand, technique and science, art and craft’ (20)


Enterprise

Enterprise

“Enterprise is making things happen, having ideas and doing something about them, taking advantage of the opportunity, and bringing about change”.

Paul Kearney, Scottish Enterprise, 1994


Learning by doing to enable learning for life1

Learning by Doing to Enable Learning for Life

  • The session provides examples of activities to engage with business school undergraduate and postgraduate (pre-experience / taught) students. In all cases the intention was to build student engagement in learning, and as a result to help them develop their skills and to enable learning for life. All the ideas have a foundation in the idea that management is a craft and that effective management is in essence a set of skills (teamwork, communication etc) as set out in the graduate skills framework. This perspective draws on many sources including work by Mintzberg (Managers NOT MBAs, 2004) The examples are drawn from induction and three different modules. They are presented simply as examples of learning by doing to enable learning for life.


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