25th Annual Christian Business Faculty Association Conference
San Diego, CA
mentoring, business education
The purpose of this paper is to describe an experimental student learning process, document preliminary efforts to assess the learning outcomes, and suggest avenues for future research. The primary objective of the approach was to significantly increase student learning through the implementation of transformational mentoring techniques. These techniques were applied as students worked with an actual business in an effort to improve its market position and revenue.
Dillman, Alan; Schmidt, David; Clark, Randy; and Austin, Jon R., "Transformational Mentoring: An Experimental Process for Aligning Student Learning with Business Realities" (2005). Business Administration Faculty Presentations. 31.