Skip to main content

Multicultural Group-Work - The Group Allocation Process

Track Chair's summary: Despite having worked in 20 countries Phil declared himself as not being comfortable in a multinational classroom. His research focussed on an MBA on which 95% of students were international. His aim was to make better use of group work and improve group cohesion through the group allocation process. The main models were: student selection; instructor selection; systematic selection and a hybrid approach. It was interesting that over 75% of students changed their view as to how groups should be constructed once they had experienced group work. This research provided another argument against the one year masters' for international students.

phil_kelly.pdf
01/06/2008
phil_kelly.pdf View Document
Author: