Examples of Inclusiveness in Business School – Special series on (Dis)ability

Over the past week we have focused in on the topic of Disability. Very few schools report in the Sharing Information on Progress about their programmes and opportunities relating to persons with disabilities. This isn’t to say that Signatories are not actively engaged in this topic. Below are some examples of from schools around the … Continue reading Examples of Inclusiveness in Business School – Special series on (Dis)ability

The Future Corporation–The Future Business School

Every year, a number of leading companies in the field of sustainability who make up the Global Compact LEAD group meet to discuss current issues and key trends and to shape future developments in this area. The 2014 LEAD Symposium challenges participants to sketch a vision of The Future Corporation, identifying key characteristics of what … Continue reading The Future Corporation–The Future Business School

Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME – launch of the 2nd Edition

In collaboration with the 2013 PRME Summit – 5th Annual Assembly, case story contributions were invited for the Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME, Second Edition: Learning to Go Beyond, which continues where the first edition, released at Rio+20 last year, left off. It contains a range of case stories around how business schools … Continue reading Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME – launch of the 2nd Edition

Creating More Responsible Leaders – Albers School of Business and Economics

At Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University in the USA, a small group of faculty and staff created a course where leadership, business acumen, and social impact overlap. The Graduate Leadership Formation Specialization requires a minimum of two courses on leadership and a practicum that provides a forum for participants to explore … Continue reading Creating More Responsible Leaders – Albers School of Business and Economics

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 2): Entrepreneurship and 10,000 Women

 The last blog focused on Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA by looking at the range of initiatives and resources available on this topic. Now, the second part considers the growth in training programmes specifically focused on women entrepreneurs. Specifically, we look at PRME signatories involved in the 10,000 Women project started by Goldman Sachs. … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 2): Entrepreneurship and 10,000 Women

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 1)- Introduction and Overview

On March 8th, countries around the world celebrated International Women’s Day. The focus of this annual event is to build support for women’s rights and greater participation of women in the political, social and economic arenas. Although this year’s date has already passed, it is still a good opportunity to take a look at what … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 1)- Introduction and Overview

Integrating Poverty into Management Education: 10 questions with Milenko Gudic about the PRME Working Group on Poverty (Part 1 of 2)

The PRME Working Group on Poverty as a Challenge to Management Education (Anti Poverty Working Group), launched in 2008, advocates for the integration of poverty-related discussion into all levels of management education worldwide. It is grounded in the belief that poverty is a legitimate topic for discussion and research in business schools and that business … Continue reading Integrating Poverty into Management Education: 10 questions with Milenko Gudic about the PRME Working Group on Poverty (Part 1 of 2)