Category: Concepts

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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“What is Strategic CSR?” by David Chandler

I recently published a book as part of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) book collection. The book is titled Corporate Social Responsibility: A Strategic Perspective and is published by Business Expert Press. The main purpose of

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HOW TO Teach “Giving Voice To Values”?

Mary C. Gentile (Babson College)  Abstract: For decades, integrating impactful attention to values across the business curriculum has been the “holy grail” of business ethics education, but it has been elusive for a number of very powerful reasons. Giving Voice

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Introducing the CRME Working Papers Series

CRME working papers are aimed at sharing promising early-stage ideas with the research and practitioner community. They are meant to stimulate discussion and to provide reference points for further development of each paper’s topic. CRME working papers come in two forms,

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HOW TO Develop Competencies for Responsible Management?

Oliver Laasch (University of Manchester) Abstract: To create competent responsible managers it cannot enough to teach knowledge “about” such management (McDonald, 2013). Educators rather have to develop people who know, act, interrelate, and are responsible managers- who master responsible management.

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