Teaching Organizational Leadership Through Film  
	JoAnn Danelo Barbour, Texas Woman’s University

Future leaders must learn to assess their organizations to determine areas 
of stability, areas of need, or, perhaps, where to make change.  Educators 
must find creative ways to help students understand organizational theories 
and applications of those theories to the practices of leading; using films, 
as a pedagogical tool, is one such way.  In this essay, I will discuss 
groundings in organizational and adult theory, film as pedagogy, film choices 
and rationale, and specifications, expectations and evaluation for film 
assignments in organizational leadership.
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