Year: 2016

‘Doing RME Research': Status Quo and Quo Vadis?

Over 600 member organizations of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative have made a commitment to “engage in conceptual and empirical research that advances our understanding about the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations in the

Posted in Events, Research, Resources, Responsible Management Toolbox

PRME Virtual Collection of AMLE Articles

The leading management education journal Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE) has recently made available a Principles for Responsible Management Education Virtual Collection. The collection consists of a wealth of articles published in the journal that are about responsible

Posted in Publications, Research, Resources

‘Responsible Business’ Textbook with Greenleaf Out Now

The textbook ‘Responsible Business’ in support of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education Initiative is out now. While the first edition of this book was heavily content-focused, this second edition has been edited to make the extensive and deep

Posted in Center, Courses, Publications, Resources, Responsible Management Toolbox

‘Managing Responsibly’ Course Videos Now Available

The course videos of the Coursera Massive Open Online Course ‘Managing Responsibly’ have now been made openly available. They can be accessed through a Youtube playlist or through the University of Manchester website.    

Posted in Courses, Resources

MOOC ‘Managing Responsibly’ Open for Enrolment

The MOOC Managing Responsibly has been open for enrolment since the 15th of September. Feel free to join the currently 500 learners taking the course. New learner cohorts start every week. The overall course duration is 6 weeks. For more information,

Posted in Courses, Events

HOW TO Reclaim Space? The Forgotten Dimension of RME

Maribel Blasco (Copenhagen Business School) Abstract: Space is vital for meaningful learning, yet today’s management education (HE) curricula are characterized by curricular congestion and rush. Students report frenetic learning experiences characterized by overwhelming amounts of content, surface learning, thoughtless sequencing,

Posted in Concepts, Educational Design, RMLeHOW

Join the ‘Managing Responsibly Network’ on LinkedIn

The LinkedIn Group “Managing Responsibly Network” is growing quickly. Please feel free to join this growing global network of people interested in responsible management and responsible management education. Although, this group so far mainly consists of people taking the Massive

Posted in Calls, Networking

Huffington Post Series on Sustainability Mindsets

This post is part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and LEAP!, the United Nations PRME Working Group on the Sustainability Mindset. The series aims to feature perspectives and insights from the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of

Posted in Publications, Responsible Management Toolbox

‘Stop Teaching’ Isabel Rimanoczy about her PRME collection book

Stop Teaching. I will agree that the title is puzzling, but it is one that, after some hesitation, I selected intentionally.  My rationale was that we have a model of higher education that has endured for centuries oblivious to technical progress

Posted in Educational Design, Publications

Special Issue CfP for the Journal of Management Education

 The Journal of Management Education has issued a call for a special issue on ‘New Approaches to Introduction to Management Courses’ co-edited by Elizabeth Christopher, Oliver Laasch and Joe Roberts. The call is grounded in the central role of such

Posted in Calls, Center, Courses, Educational Design