Category: Educational Design

Invitation to Join the PRME Education Academy Seminar Series

The PRME Education Academy Seminar Series offers cutting-edge scholarly and practitioner insights from a diversity of perspectives on Responsible Management Education. Participants are encouraged to actively challenge the speakers and take a provocative stance towards their ideas and contentions. The

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Out Soon: Principles of Responsible Management Textbook (2nd Ed.)

We are excited to announce that the second edition of the Principles of (Responsible) Management textbook will be published by SAGE soon. The electronic edition will be out end of January 2021 and the print edition in March 2021. As

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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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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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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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Kahoot Quizzes on Principles of Responsible Management

Let’s Kahoot! Kahoot! is a game based classroom response system played by the whole class in real time. Multiple-choice questions are projected on the screen. Students answer the questions with their smartphone, tablet or computer. Kahoot! can be used for class work,

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PPT Slides: Textbook Principles of Responsible Management

Ch1 Context Ch2 Management Ch3 Sustainability Ch4 Responsibility Ch5 Ethics Ch6 Strategy Ch7 Entrepreneurship Ch8 Organization Ch9 Operations Ch10 Supply Chain Ch11 Human Resources Ch12 Marketing and Communication Ch13 International Management and Business Ch14 Accounting and Controlling Ch15 Finance

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Download PPT Slides for Responsible Business Textbook

Please feel free to download the power point slides for ‘Responsible business: The textbook for management learning, competence and innovation’ by Oliver Laasch and Roger Conaway, through the links below: Ch1StateOfThePlanet Ch2HistoryOfBusinessSocietyEnvironment Ch3Sustainability Ch4Responsibility Ch5Ethics Ch6ResponsibleManagementProcess Ch7PracticeNorms Ch8EnvisioningResponsibleBusiness Ch9StrategicManagement Ch10ImplementationBasics Ch11MainBusinessFunctions Ch12SupportFunctions

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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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‘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

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