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Advancing Doctoral Leadership Education Through Technology

Edited by Laura Hyatt, Professor, Department of Organizational Leadership, University of La Verne and Stuart Allen, Professor, Department of Organizational Leadership, Robert Morris University, US
Technology plays a significant role in doctoral leadership studies providing a channel for teaching, learning, research, and administrative processes. Existing and new programs seek to leverage technology-mediated learning in order to provide access, convenience, enriched learning, and develop new pathways to achieve a doctorate. Advancing Doctoral Leadership Education Through Technology offers ideas, experiences, and practices relevant to doctoral faculty, chairs and directors, administrators, researchers, and doctoral students interested in learning and research in technology and leadership education.
Extent: 264 pp
Hardback Price: $135.00 Web: $121.50
Publication Date: 2018
ISBN: 978 1 78643 701 3
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  • Business and Management
  • Business Leadership
  • Management Education
  • Organisation Studies
  • Organisational Behaviour
Technology plays a significant role in doctoral leadership studies providing a channel for teaching, learning, research, and administrative processes. Advancing Doctoral Leadership Education Through Technology addresses the growing need for universities to explore, revise, and develop the content and delivery of doctoral leadership education.

A growing number of programs and the more recent inclusion of leadership courses within varied postgraduate disciplines illustrates the rising interest in doctoral leadership education. Advances in technology provide a vehicle to deliver content and information to a wide array of learners, therefore it is time to ask questions about the benefits, challenges and needed solutions to prepare for the future design and delivery of leadership education.

This book offers valuable information for faculty and administrators responsible for developing and delivering doctoral studies through technology in order to provide access, convenience, enriched learning, and to create new pathways to achieve a doctorate. Professors working in a classroom-based, or primarily in virtual environments, or in a hybrid of both could also benefit from reading this book. Doctoral students engaged in completing their dissertations and research projects will also find a wealth of information related to higher education teaching, learning, and technology.
‘Technology has expanded access, broadening the opportunity for advanced leadership education. This timely and informative book focuses on the building of communities comprised of experienced practitioners jointly engaged in doctoral-level learning. Advancing Doctoral Leadership Education Through Technology brings together educational innovators who are experienced hands at creating new modes of technology-mediated educational outreach, delivery and instructional innovation. The book’s chapters thoughtfully describe diverse educational innovations grounded in both quality connections among faculty and students and evidence-based instructional design. Through its diverse approaches and examples, readers will identify key questions to ask in designing their own instructional programs and appreciate the critical conditions that need to be in place for effective program implementation.’
– Denise M. Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University, US

‘Preparing quality leaders is vital . . . more now than ever before. As technology is transforming education, it is also transforming how we prepare and teach leaders at the graduate and postgraduate level. Hyatt and Allen carefully guide us through the various ways that technology is propelling leadership education. From innovations in collaborative online learning environments to new models of sharing and acknowledging expertise, they provide thorough and meaningful insights on how technology drives learning in innovative programs. All current and promising faculty and educational leaders will gain valuable insights from this work.’
– Paul Sparks, Pepperdine University, US

Contributors: S. Allen, E.E. Bennett, S.J. Blackmon, S. Brierton, C.J. Brown, J. Bruce, W. Cain, L. Dinauer, K. Einola, M. Gorman, D. Henriksen, L. Hyatt, E. Jean-Francois, S. Kahai, J. Martin, J. Moss Breen, R.E. Riggio, S. Robinson, D. Volkert, B.E. Winston, P. Zettinig



Contents:

Foreword by Ronald E. Riggio

PART I DISCOVERY: INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT
1. Introduction
Laura Hyatt and Stuart Allen

2. E-Leadership: An Essential Part of Doctoral Leadership Education
Surinder Kahai

3. Into the New: A Creatively Focused and Technology Fluent (CFTF) Mindset for Emerging Doctoral Contexts
Danah Henriksen and William Cain

PART II DESIGN: LEARNING APPLICATIONS
4. Beyond Cybernation: Technology and Teaching in Doctoral Educational Leadership
Stephanie J. Blackmon

5. Selecting and Implementing Technology in Support of Doctoral Curriculum and Program Management
Bruce E. Winston

6. Informal and Experiential Learning in Virtually Mediated Organizational Leadership Doctoral Studies
Elisabeth E. Bennett and Margaret Gorman

PART III DELIVERY: ACROSS DISCIPLINES, COURSES AND BORDERS
7. Online Doctoral Programs: A Call for Caring Educators
Cynthia J. Brown and Delene Volkert

8. Social Media Identity in Doctoral Leadership Education: SMILE
Jackie Bruce and Sara Brierton

9. Beating Anxiety and Building Community: Best Practices for Teaching Doctoral Research Methods and Statistics Online
Leslie Dinauer

10. Teaching Leadership Research Courses Online at the Doctoral Level: Why We Do it and How It Works
Jennifer Moss Breen and Jim Martin

11. A Technology-Based Glocal Perspective for Teaching in Doctoral Educational Leadership Programs
Emmanuel Jean-Francois

12. Integrating Doctoral Research and Teaching with Technology: A Case from a Finnish Business School
Peter Zettinig and Katja Einola

13. E-Mentoring in a Technology Mediated World: Implications for Doctoral Leadership Education
Sean Robinson

Index