Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation
Group work has been widely adopted in business schools and is lauded for having various pedagogic merits. Yet there is considerable debate as to how to best form groups to achieve benefits while mitigating difficulties. Within this paper we examine the use of an engineered group allocation method for student groups undertaking a yearlong group project within a second year undergraduate research methods module. We address two primary research questions: 1. What were students’ experiences of the engineered group experience? 2. What impact did the group allocation method have on students’ learning?
8 Jun 2016
International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice Across Europe: Leadership, Diversity and Changing Practices in HRD in a Global Context