Category: Concepts

Responsible Management Learning and Education Literature Base

Background 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

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How to “Do” Biomimicry in Business and Management

Taryn Mead Abstract: This article describes the three major categories of “doing biomimicry” in a business context: Technological, organizational, and systems building. It is an introduction to Dr. Taryn Mead’s new book “Bioinspiration In Business and Management: Innovating For Sustainability”,

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What is responsible management learning and education? (Webinar)

The Management Education and Development (MED) division of the Academy of Management is delighted to invite you to an interactive video webinar on Responsible Management Learning and Education (RMLE). Topic: ‘So: what is responsible management learning and education?’ Main themes

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Are You Grooming The Woolly Mammoth?

-The below invited speech was given by Oliver Laasch at the Academy of Management session titled ‘Management Education for Responsibility and Ethics: An International Perspective’. An audio file of the presentation is available when clicking here.- “May I introduce Manfred. Manfred

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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,

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HOW TO Align the Hidden Curriculum of RM Education?

Maribel Blasco (Copenhagen Business School) Abstract: Graduates are reputedly still leaving business school with poor morals, despite considerable focus on responsible management education? The ‘hidden curriculum’ (HC) directs the attention to the idea that what is taught in educational institutions

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Working paper ‘Responsible Management Learning’

(For downloading the full paper, please click here) RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT LEARNING: REFLECTING ON THE ROLE AND USE OF PARADIGMS IN SUSTAINABILITY, RESPONSIBILITY, ETHICS RESEARCH Oliver Laasch, Manchester Business School Dirk C. Moosmayer, Nottingham University Business School China Abstract We conceptualize responsible

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Working Paper ‘Responsible Management Competences’

(For downloading the full paper, please click here) RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT COMPETENCES: AN INTEGRATIVE PORTFOLIO FOR SUSTAINABILITY, RESPONSIBILITY, ETHICS Oliver Laasch, Manchester Business School Dirk C. Moosmayer, Nottingham University Business School China Abstract The trends demanding sustainability, responsibility, and ethics (SRE) have

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HOW TO Assess Sustainability Literacy in Higher Education

Aurelien Decamps (Kege Business School) Jean-Christophe Carteron (Kedge Business School) Abstract: In the context of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), a major concern for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) is to deliver a sufficient level of knowledge on sustainability to their

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HOW TO Educate FOR Responsibility?

Ross McDonald (University of Aukland) Abstract: As educators explore new ways of facilitating responsibility, curricular designs that allow people to not only think more responsibly but also to act more responsibly are beginning to be more seriously explored. In what follows

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