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RMLE Faculty Workshop at Management Center Innsbruck

 This week, we had the pleasure of hosting Oliver Laasch here at Management Center Innsbruck. He sent our students out into the wild on a Sustainability Watch, made them draw pictures of complex challenges, and helped them develop their “Responsible

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CRME Working Paper 4(5): The Field of RMLE

(For downloading the full paper, please click here) DELINEATING AND RECONNECTING RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT, LEARNING, AND EDUCATION (RMLE): TOWARDS A SOCIAL PRACTICES PERSPECTIVE OF THE FIELD Oliver Laasch, University of Nottingham Ningbo Abstract. The field of responsible management learning and education (RMLE)

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Students’ Perspectives on a RM Workshop in Innsbruck

Responsible management: A course beyond the usual business studies Sabrina Maly, Student MA International Business and Management (MCI) Jade Pham, Student BA Business Administration (Excelia Group La Rochelle) Johannes Rädler, Student BA Business & Management (MCI) Benedikt Kramer, Student MA

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CRME Working Paper 4(4): Business Model Sociology

(For downloading the full paper, please click here) BUSINESS MODEL SOCIOLOGY: EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE LENSES (NOT ONLY) FOR THE STUDY OF ALTERNATIVE BUSINESS MODELS Oliver Laasch, University of Nottingham Ningbo Abstract. We are witnessing the emerging study of business models through

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Responsible Management Learning and Education (RMLE) Literature

The Responsible Management Learning and Education Literature Base aims to support responsible management research and practice by providing an up-to-date compendium of responsible management learning and education publications. The Literature Base may help authors to position their work in the existing literature

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Humanistic Management Performativity (Conference Paper)

 (For downloading the full paper, please click here) Abstract: Humanistic management practices are often perceived as ‘unrealistic’, as they stand in steep contrast to ‘normal’ business reality shaped by the commercial logic of neoclassic economics. The conceptual lens of performative

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Indian Version of Responsible Management Textbook out Now

After  Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese translations, the textbook Principles of Responsible Management: Glocal Sustainability, Responsibility, and Ethics authored by Oliver Laasch and Roger Conaway has now been released as an Indian version. The full information is available clicking here.

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Responsible Management (RM) Literature Base

We are witnessing the emergence of a research field of responsible management focusing on how managers practice sustainability, responsibility, and ethics in the workplace. This development implies an emancipation of responsible management research from the educational context related of the

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CRME Working Paper 4(1): Conceptual Shifts in RM

(For downloading the full paper, please click here) JUST OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES? CONCEPTUAL SHIFTS IN THE EMERGING FIELD OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT Oliver Laasch, University of Nottingham Ningbo Abstract. While responsible management increasingly consolidates as a field of study, the question

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HOW TO harness digital badges for RML?

Regina Obexer (Management Center Innsbruck)  Abstract: Digital badges are increasingly popular tools to certify extracurricular learning in higher education. Their digital nature, their flexibility, and their potential to encourage students to develop their self-directed learning skills are attractive characteristics that can

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