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Faculty Development for Responsible Management Education – A PRME Champions Project

Formal faculty development activities are necessary in order to train a corps of faculty that possess the skills and competencies required to implement the principles of PRME. 543 more words

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Educational Institutions Reporting on their Progress – A Basic Guide to Sharing Information on Progress

All signatories to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) are required to submit a Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report every 24 months. This report outlines the progress they have made in implementing the Six Principles on campus and often provides an overall report of what is happening in the field of responsible management and sustainability on campus and in the curriculum and research. 914 more words

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A Sustainability Accreditation – the experiences of Coventry University

One of the challenges that comes up often in discussions around embedding responsible leadership and sustainability into management education is how to measure progress and impact. 1,125 more words

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Merging Two Approaches to Responsible Management Education- University of Wollongong

Many academic institutions take a merger as a unique opportunity to further build responsible leadership and sustainability into the curriculum. This is what happened at the University of Wollongong when the Faculty of Commerce and Sydney Business School merged in 2013. 1,054 more words

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Students Take a Role in Strengthening Local Communities – Great Lakes Institute of Management India

Experiential learning provides a unique opportunity for students to engage in responsible leadership topics outside of the classroom. Students at the Great Lakes Institute of Management… 1,130 more words

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Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 1)

Engaging in sustainability and responsible leaders goes beyond the classroom curriculum. It must also be engrained into the business school itself on its campus. A growing number of business schools and universities are not just putting in place strategies to ‘green’ their buildings on campus, but certifying these buildings through different national and international schemes. 818 more words

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Engaging Stakeholders in Prioritising Issues – ISAE/FGV

Stakeholder engagement is an important tool for Universities to involve those groups and individuals who impact and are impacted by the Universities’ activities and programmes. Working with stakeholders provides the opportunity to explore a School’s strengths, look at what risks and opportunities exist and develop new ideas. 722 more words

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