Contemporary Literacies:
Life Skills for Professionals  



Affective Teaching: A Place for Emotion
in Classroom Learning  

Edward Krishnan

Economic Wealth and Educational Issues:
An International Comparison
Shawna  Vyhmeister

Communication Literacy in
Doctoral Research Supervision 

Nicola Wieland

The Nature of Management Dilemmas
Used as Academic Projects
in Higher Education 

Joyce Mondejar-Dy 

Education and Youth Criminality in Nigeria  
Johnson Egwakhe and Evans Osabouhien

Child Neglect: Identification and Assessment
J. Horwath
Reviewed by Hanah Spence

Beyond the balanced scorecard: Improving business intelligence with analytics 
Mark Graham Brown 
Reviewed by Sunia Fukofuka

Managing Knowledge to Fuel Growth 
Brad Jackson 
Reviewed by Ismael Garcia


The Nature of Management Dilemmas
Used as Academic Projects in Higher Education 
Abstract:   This  study  investigated  the  management dilemmas of 53 business executives, the resolution of which were critical to the sustainable growth of their companies. These dilemmas provided internship project opportunities for graduate management students. Career planning and business mentoring strategies were integrated in the conceptualization, implementation, and completion of all internship projects. The study involved a total of 76 business academe partnership (BAP) projects from school years 2002 to 2005. Completed projects were grouped into four clusters. These were: (1) expansion (38 projects), (2) streamlining operations and leveraging core capabilities (22 projects), (3) employee commitment and productivity enhancement (11 projects) and (4) capital infusion for new businesses (7 projects). Student interns, assisted by seasoned business coaches, completed their projects within six months. Steps in the development of internship projects based on management dilemmas are also described in the paper.


Joyce Mondejar-Dy, PhD, RGC