Instructors who want to be more engaged in the grading process, improving their own experience as well as the impact on students, will want to take a lesson from Charles J. Fornaciari of Florida Gulf Coast University and Kathy Lund Dean of Gustavus Adolphus College. The distinguished management educators joined associate editor Mary Ann Hazen on the Journal of Management Education podcast to talk about their paper, “I, S, T, and J Grading Techniques for Es, Ns, Fs, and Ps: Insights From the MBTI on Managing the Grading Process,” and offer tools and techniques that can be adopted by any instructor. Click here to play or download the podcast interview or subscribe on iTunes by following this link.
Charles J. Fornaciari is a Professor of Management and the Uncommon Friends Chair in Ethics in the Lutgert College of Business at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, FL. He received an MBA in finance and a Ph.D. in strategic management from Florida State University. His primary teaching interests are strategy and ethics. He has published in areas including the role of spirituality and religion in management, effective classroom teaching practices, corporate strategic change, and the use of technology in education.
Kathy Lund Dean holds the Board of Trustees Distinguished Chair in Leadership and Ethics at Gustavus Adolphus College She earned her Ph.D. in organizational behavior and ethics from Saint Louis University. For fifteen years she has been active in both the OBTS Teaching Society for Management Educators, where she served on the Board, and the Academy of Management. Currently, she’s researching ethics and decision-making among entry-to-mid-level managers, how religious and spiritual disputes in the workplace get resolved, and student disengagement issues.
Mary Ann Hazen, Professor, Management, teaches leadership and management in the undergraduate program and personal development, ethics and social responsibility in the MBA program at the College of Business Administration at the University of Detroit Mercy. Her research focuses on the topics of dialogue and polyphony in organizations, grief in the workplace, and innovation in management education. She is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Organizational Change Management; Associate Editor of the Journal of Management Education; and the Advisory Board to the UDM Institute for Service and Leadership. Her degrees are from Ursuline College (B.A.), University of Michigan (M.S.W.), and Case Western Reserve University (Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior).