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Ignatius Loyola mastered the art of creativity with an effective use of the imagination which he commends to his followers. As an oil painter, business person, teacher, lecturer, and alumnus of a Jesuit University (Xavier, 1992), I wish to...
The new world is one of global possibility and convergence—yet, at the same time, one of increasing fragmentation and risk. We are witnesses to ongoing upheavals in political, social and economic arrangements that invariably challenge our...
Cases are real life, true stories. The story is told about a real event in a real organization in a real industry. William Stratton, Past President of Society for Case Research (2002) defines a case as “an authentic description of a real...
Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) was founded in 1998 with the mission of enhancing the distinctiveness of Jesuit business schools and related programs through an ongoing exchange of ideas regarding curriculum, teaching, research,...
This paper begins with an explanation of the Ignatian Pedagogical Model and its relationship to Service Learning (SL). The Ignatian Pedagogical Model is a 500- year-old tradition of instruction that engages the student as an active participant...
In order to elaborate on what I believe should be distinctive about a business education pursued under the name Jesuit I will take the subject in three directions. First I will encapsulate and comment on Clayton Christensen’s (2010) piece in...