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CFP - INNOVATIONS IN LIFE LONG LEARNING

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Charles Wankel <[log in to unmask]>

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Charles Wankel <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 1 Nov 2005 17:33:32 -0500

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CFP - INNOVATIONS IN LIFE LONG LEARNING

Call for Proposals for:
A LIFETIME OF MANAGEMENT LEARNING: UNIVERSITY AND CORPORATE INNOVATIONS IN
LIFE LONG LEARNING
Vol. 6: Research in Management Education and Development series
Charles Wankel and Robert DeFillippi, Editors

Due: December 10, 2005

See: http://management-education.net/rmed6.html

This sixth volume in the Research in Management Education and Development
series (Information Age Publishers) examines the evolution of Life Long
Learning (LLL) programs and the distinctive challenges and opportunities in
providing life long learning in management education for a workforce that is
already academically credentialed but in need of new knowledge, skills and
perspectives to fit with a life time of work that may extend thirty or more
years beyond their original academic degree qualifications.

Universities are responding to these challenges by creating LLL offerings
such as non-degree certificate programs, customized and on-site management
development programs, intensive executive education training and development
programs, online and distance learning continuing education programs, to
name just a few. Companies also sponsor their own LLL programs in-house
through corporate education and corporate university management development
offerings. Chapter topics include but are not limited to emerging directions
of LLL, LLL through new technologies, the crafting of government programs to
support LLL, LLL as a response to globalization, skill inflation (the
expectation for professionals to know more and more), predictions of future
skill and knowledge requirements, research strategies for studying LLL, the
evolution of LLL, LLL as a catalyst for organizational change, ongoing
integration of field experience and education, structuring (or organizing)
LLL, evaluating LLL, societal LLL, the attitudes, motivations, preferred
resources, desired settings, and reflective thinking of the active adult
learners, learning skills to support autonomous, continuous learning
throughout life, individualization, LLL through formal education vs.
life-wide learning (in informal settings), fostering autonomous learners,
problem-based learning to develop self-directed learning skills, the social
context of LLL, networking for LLL.

We invite manuscript proposals that explicitly examine any of the above (or
other) topics of LLL in management education and development.

Each chapter should be grounded in relevant theory, empirical research and
examples of best practice for life long learning in management education.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR PUBLICATION:
Book chapter proposals received: December 10, 2005
Notification of accepted chapter proposals: January 10, 2006
Receipt of full book chapters: August 25, 2006
Review book chapters and give feedback: Oct. 15, 2006
Receipt by editors of final draft of book chapters: Dec. 1, 2006
Final book received by publisher: January 15, 2007
Anticipated volume 6 publication: Summer 2007

Submit your chapter proposal by Microsoft Word email attachment. We would
most appreciate a three to five page proposal outlining your chapter,
identifying your perspective(s) on graduate management education theory and
practice. Include as a separate file a brief biography covering your current
institutional affiliation and position and a listing of your relevant
publications and educational background.

Send proposals and inquiries to both:
Charles Wankel - [log in to unmask]
and
Robert DeFillippi - [log in to unmask]

A recent review of the first volume in this series by Daniel Rowley in the
Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE), June 2004, 222-223,
favorably commented on the wide variety of perspectives regarding what
management education should look like as presented in this series and found
all articles to be thought provoking and informative. The series was
described as an excellent podium from which concerns of every management
educator will be addressed.

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