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Fantasy Pitching

Robert Faff, Searat Ali (), Muhammad Atif, Matt Brenner, Hasibul Chowdhury, Leelyn Crudas, Alison Joubet, Ihtisham Malik, Lin Mi, Vinu Nagar, Tim Pullen, Manuel Siegrist, Steve Smythe, Jeff Stephenson, Beile Zhang and Kun Zhang
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Muhammad Atif: Griffith University, Australia
Lin Mi: University of Queensland, Australia
Vinu Nagar: Swinburne University, Australia
Tim Pullen: University of Queensland, Australia
Manuel Siegrist: Bond University, Australia
Steve Smythe: University of Queensland, Australia
Jeff Stephenson: Bond University, Australia
Kun Zhang: University of Queensland, Australia

Journal of Accounting and Management Information Systems, 2017, vol. 16, issue 2, 360-379

Abstract: This paper outlines a fantasy research pitch exercise conducted in a PhD course at the University of Queensland. Using Faff’s (2015, 2017) pitching research template, students attending the course were asked to engage in a group exercise to pitch a “fantasy” research topic. While the final exercise was completed in a 90-minute timeframe (60 minutes of brainstorming, followed by 30 minutes of reporting back to the full group), the cohort had already been exposed to 5 x 90 minute sessions of related material over the weekend PhD module. Three groups of five were formed and they pitched three “fun” (or nonsense) topics: (a) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Impact on Society; (b) Wipe-a-Baby; (c) Quality of Dairy Products: The Happiness of the Cow Does Matter.

Keywords: Pitching Research; Fantasy Pitching; PhD Student Exercise; Research Group-work Exercise (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G00 M00 B40 A20 B00 C00 D00 E00 F00 H00 I00 J00 L00 Q00 R00 Z00 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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