A pedagogical approach integrating research and applied learning in a graduate OM course
This case study of an integrative approach to experiential learning in a graduate level operations and quality management course allowed for achieving high-order learning based on Bloom's Taxonomy by integrating research and applied learning techniques. Students were able to achieve the highest level of cognitive learning, evaluation, by using a combination of research and application to solve a real-world operations management problem, elimination of trans fats in the supply chain for a small hospital in rural Michigan. This paper outlines the methodologies used to apply the operations management concepts using multiple methods.
International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education
Johnson, D. M.,
A pedagogical approach integrating research and applied learning in a graduate OM course.
International Journal of Information and Operations Management Education,
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