Category: Educational Design

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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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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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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AOM Responsible Management PDW Wins MED-ASFOR Award

The professional development workshop (PDW) “Responsible Management Education in Action” co-organized by the Center for Responsible Management Education has won the Management Education and Development Division award sponsored by ASFOR for the best PDW at the 2014 Academy of Management annual convention

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RMLeHOW: Theory for Practice.

The PRIMEtime blog has done a splendid job highlighting good practices in responsible management learning and education (RMLE). However, there is much theoretical work out there that may be of value for practice application in responsible management (education).  RMLeHOW aims to facilitate

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Responsible Management and Organizational Learning

Continuous Learning for Shared Value across the Company: Reflections on an interview with Mark Kramer When I interviewed Mark Kramer about shared value, two years ago, I did not directly realize how much of what he said back then actually

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Course Curricula for Responsible Business and Management

The following courses templates have been designed by the Center for Responsible Management and practice tested in various settings. We hope these will be helpful for educators in designing their own educational offers for responsible business and management. If you

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Course Design Challenges in Responsible Management

Currently, the design of courses for responsible business and management is a priority at many business schools, be it in the form of new courses, or as redesign of existing courses. In this post, we will highlight main challenges in the

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Preview Textbook: “Principles of Responsible Management”

Background After five years of work from idea to publication, the first United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) textbook, “Principles of Responsible Management,” will be published through Cengage end of 2013. The book, lead-authored by Oliver Laasch and Roger N.

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Web-Course “Social Entrepreneurship and Project Management”

The Center for Responsible Management Education, for the fifth time, organizes the Course “Social Entrepreneurship and Project Management” for the Master of Arts in Responsible Management of the Institute Corporate Responsibility Management of Steinbeis University Berlin. Social entrepreneurship and project

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