Category: Responsible Management Toolbox

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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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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Call for Chapters: Education and Pressures on Managerial Behavior

 CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERS Meeting expectations in management education: Social and environmental pressures on managerial behaviour   EDITOR: Elizabeth Christopher, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia Email: echristopher051@gmail.com  ABOUT THE BOOK Palgrave Macmillan publishers have commissioned an edited collection of case studies and

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Wanted: Responsible Management Community Champions

The Center for Responsible Management Education aims at facilitating responsible management learning globally. One of the most important learning environments are communities of practice. The open ‘Managing Responsibly Network’ group on LinkedIn is an initiative co-constructing a global community of responsible

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‘Doing RME Research': Status Quo and Quo Vadis?

Over 600 member organizations of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative have made a commitment to “engage in conceptual and empirical research that advances our understanding about the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations in the

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‘Responsible Business’ Textbook with Greenleaf Out Now

The textbook ‘Responsible Business’ in support of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education Initiative is out now. While the first edition of this book was heavily content-focused, this second edition has been edited to make the extensive and deep

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Huffington Post Series on Sustainability Mindsets

This post is part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and LEAP!, the United Nations PRME Working Group on the Sustainability Mindset. The series aims to feature perspectives and insights from the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of

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CRME Working Paper 1(2): 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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CRME Working Paper 1(1): 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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Book ‘Responsible Management Accounting and Controlling’

Daniel Ette The Book Sustainability is becoming a business megatrend. The issue of this book is to be seen in the fact that controlling departments are hardly involved in sustainability topics and do not contribute to corporate responsibility. This book

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