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Should we teach in hybrid mode or fully online? A theory and empirical investigation on the service–profit chain in MBAs

Abstract : Should we teach in hybrid mode or fully online? We examine the teaching model's role (hybrid versus fully online) in the service–profit chain in higher education institutions using survey data from 93 faculty members and 366 students from three American universities. We find that faculty members’ satisfaction and the MBA program expectations improve MBA word-of-mouth by enhancing the MBA quality, MBA value, class satisfaction, and MBA loyalty. Additionally, we discover that the hybrid teaching model more strongly reinforces this chain of effects than the fully online model. IT creates the integration of differential value into a hybrid teaching style.
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Laurent Scaringella, Anna Górska, Dennis Calderon, Jose Benitez. Should we teach in hybrid mode or fully online? A theory and empirical investigation on the service–profit chain in MBAs. Information and Management, 2022, 59 (1), pp.103573. ⟨10.1016/j.im.2021.103573⟩. ⟨hal-03519796⟩

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