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The Use of Electronic Portfolios in the Master of Business Administration Program 2005 Sloan-C Most Outstanding Online Teaching and Learning Program Dr. Michael A. Evanchik, Chair Business & Executive Programs Graduate School of Management and Technology Program Design

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The Use of Electronic Portfolios in the

Master of Business Administration Program

2005 Sloan-C Most Outstanding Online Teaching and Learning Program

Dr. Michael A. Evanchik, Chair

Business & Executive Programs

Graduate School of Management and Technology

program design
Program Design
  • Online, hybrid with cohorts of 25
    • Additional formats: EMBA, GMBA
  • IACBE accreditation
  • Seven six-credit seminars +

fundamentals course

  • Themes – leadership, globalization, ethics, technology, and innovation
  • World-wide faculty
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MBA Online

Learning

Model

Clear

Communication

Pedagogy

Frequent

Feedback

Technology

Faculty

Development

Program

Assessment

(surveys,

focus groups)

Student

Assessment

(electronic

portfolio)

Intense

Interaction

Student

Centered

Collaborative

Learning

Structure

©2003 S.J. Monaco

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Seven Program Outcomes

  • Make ethical business decisions that exhibit high ethical standards in a global and culturally diverse setting.
  • Formulate dynamic business strategies to align organizational resources with changes in the external environment.
  • Use oral and written communication skills to express business ideas effectively and persuasively with all organizational stakeholders using a variety of synchronous and asynchronous technologies.
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Ten Managerial Competencies

Information Literacy/Research Skills(correct sources of information)

Technology Fluency(proficient with appropriate technologies)

Diversity/Cross Cultural Perspectives(awareness of individual differences)

Communication Skills(effective transmission of information)

Team Building Skills(working with others to achieve a common goal)

Systems Thinking(identify the correct problem/issue)

Critical Thinking(evaluating key components of problem/issue)

Decision Making(selecting best course of action from several alternatives)

Executing Decisions (implementing through others selected course of action)

Ethical Leadership (building long-term loyalty in others)

program assessment
Program Assessment
  • Competencies linkedto program objectives
    • Program Outcome #1:Make effective business decisions that exhibit high ethical standards in a global and culturally diverse environment.
    • Competencies: Systems Thinking, Communication Skills, Diversity/Cross-Cultural Perspectives, Decision Making, Executing Decisions, Ethical Leadership
  • Competencies linked to individual seminar objectives and assignments in all syllabi
components of the electronic portfolio
Components of the Electronic Portfolio
  • Part 1 - Professional Development Plan
    • Updated in each seminar
  • Part 2 - Learning Journal
    • Completed in each seminar
  • Template Provided
part 1 professional development plan
Part 1 - Professional Development Plan
  • Statement of Educational/Professional Aspirations
  • Professional Goals
    • Targeted Management Position in 5 to 10 years
    • Required KSAs for Targeted Management Position
    • Academic and Professional Activities
    • Academic Goals
part 2 learning journal
Part 2 - Learning Journal
  • Goals (beginning of each seminar)
  • General reflections (end of first six seminars)
  • Reflections on all ten competencies (end of program)
transformation of the electronic portfolio
Transformation of the Electronic Portfolio
  • Individual marketing plan focusing on KSAs
  • Audio/video components added to enhance text-based resume
  • CD or web site is final product

Example #1

Example #2