PRiMEtime’s Guide to Implementing PRME: 100 Tips from Signatories (part 1 of 5)

There is one question that I ask every individual that I interview for the PRiMEtime blog. I always ask them if they have any advice for other schools thinking of undertaking a similar project to theirs. It may not seem like an important question compared to the others, but it is the one I have … Continue reading PRiMEtime’s Guide to Implementing PRME: 100 Tips from Signatories (part 1 of 5)

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 Benefits, and Challenges, of Teaching Mentorship – Cass Business School

Cass Business School in London has made a major investment in mentoring projects for staff and students. Mentoring and coaching is a key part of the school’s flagship programme as a UN PRME Champion institution sitting alongside their research work on responsible business (led by ETHOS), their ongoing commitment to teaching business in an ethical … Continue reading The Benefits, and Challenges, of Teaching Mentorship – Cass Business School

Campus Sustainability at Copenhagen Business School

At the PRME Global Forum, several Signatories received Recognition for the Sharing Information on Progress Reports. Copenhagen Business School in Denmark once again received recognition for their report, a report which is distributed to staff, students and partners and is used as an important communication tool both on and off campus. CBS has many initiatives around … Continue reading Campus Sustainability at Copenhagen Business School

Student Leadership in Promoting Impact Investment on Campus – IESE Business School

IESE Business School in Spain hosts an annual Impact Investing Competition as part of their Doing Good Doing Well conference. The Competition, which is now going into its 7th year, brings together teams from leading business schools across Europe. Now students at IESE are taking it one step further. They have recently come together to … Continue reading Student Leadership in Promoting Impact Investment on Campus – IESE Business School

Impact Investing at Business Schools – 7 Impact Investing Competitions for Students

Last week, as part of this month’s special series on impact investing, we looked at ten ways business schools are engaging their students in impact investing on campus. An eleventh way is through a range of mostly new impact investing competitions open to business students globally. These competitions, mostly based at US schools, offer students … Continue reading Impact Investing at Business Schools – 7 Impact Investing Competitions for Students

Impact Investing Series – 10 Ways Schools are Bringing Impact Investing to Campus

This month PRiMEtime is focusing in on the important and increasingly popular topic of impact investing. So far we have looked at what impact investing is and summed up a range of resources on the topic and have looked in depth at the Social Finance Academy, a new programme coming from Smith School of Business … Continue reading Impact Investing Series – 10 Ways Schools are Bringing Impact Investing to Campus