The Inspirational Guide(s) for Implementing the UN PRME


The United Nations PRME have a history of summarizing outstanding practices in responsible management education, of and for for members, in inspirational guides. Oliver Laasch, founder of the Center for Responsible Management Education served as one of the four co-editors, together with Merrill Csuri, Ron Nahser, and Giselle Weybrecht for the newest 2013 guide. The guide has been described in greater depth on the UN PRME homepage and the PRIMEtime blog. We would like to direct your atttention to additional resources of a similar quality. The newest inspirational guide is the latest one of four publications in this format. The series of guides together is an exciting resource providing information and hopefully inspiration for both new and long-standing members of the United Nations PRME network. The following table summarizes contents and describes access possibilities: 

Title Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME, Second Edition: Learning to go beyond (2013) Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME: Placing Sustainability at the Heart of Management Education(2012) Sharing Information on Progress (SIP): A World of Inspiration(2010) Inspirational Guide: Implementing the PRME in Executive Degree Programs (2010)
Editors Merrill Csuri, Oliver Laasch, Ron B. Nahser, Giselle Weybrecht Manuel Escudero (Chair), Laura Albareda, Jose M. Alcaraz, Giselle Weybrecht, Merrill Csuri Jose M. Alcaraz Felicitas Mocny, Oliver Laasch
Contents The guide highlights important areas of innovative PRME innovation, such as competency creation, experiential learning, and mainstreaming of responsible management across the management curriculum. The text is structured into short “how to cases” structured along the typical PRME implementation process, from “selling” the initial idea” to managing and consolidating mature PRME efforts. The guide provides a quantitative analysis of practices typically employed along the lines of the six PRME principles. The first section proposes curricula designs for PRME in executive education programs, while the second section provides an overview of outstanding practices organized by the six PRME principles.
Link Complete document free for PRME membersFree selected cases from guide open access open access open access