Embedding the SDGs into your First Report – Experiences from Macquarie University

Over the past few weeks PRiMEtime has focused on the Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) with examples, resources and tips. To finish off this series, we feature Macquarie University Faculty of Business and Economics who recently submitted their first SIP. I spoke with Leonie Tickle, responsible for coordinating the report, about their experiences, challenges and successes. … Continue reading Embedding the SDGs into your First Report – Experiences from Macquarie University

Tips for Writing a More Effective SIP Report

In 2018, almost 300 Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reports were submitted to the PRME Secretariat. I recently finished going through all of them and it is always interesting to see the different activities that signatories are embarking in, in particular around the SustainableDevelopment Goals (SDGs). Even more interesting, in some respects, are the different … Continue reading Tips for Writing a More Effective SIP Report

Embedding the SDGs into your Reporting: An Example from Kemmy Business School

This month PRiMEtime is featuring examples and tools focused on the Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reports, and in particular how schools are embedding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into their reports, but also into their schools. One report that I particularly enjoyed reading through was that of PRME Champion Kemmy Business School in Ireland. Not … Continue reading Embedding the SDGs into your Reporting: An Example from Kemmy Business School

Embedding the SDGs into the SIP – Hult Business School’s Report

This month PRiMEtime is featuring examples and tools focused on the Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reports, and in particular how schools are embedding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into their reports, but also into their schools. Hult International Business School (which incorporates Ashridge Executive Education) which has campuses in the United States, the United … Continue reading Embedding the SDGs into the SIP – Hult Business School’s Report

12 Visuals to get inspired by for your next SIP report (part 2 of 2)

Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reports, beyond being a requirement for PRME signatories, are an opportunity to bring together the work a school is doing in the area of responsible management education, reflect on that work and explore future opportunities. SIPs can provide an important communication tool to raise awareness both internally and externally about … Continue reading 12 Visuals to get inspired by for your next SIP report (part 2 of 2)

12 Visuals to get inspired by for your next SIP report (part 1 of 2)

Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reports, beyond being a requirement for PRME signatories, are an opportunity to bring together the work a school is doing in the area of responsible management education, reflect on that work and explore future opportunities. SIPs can provide an important communication tool to raise awareness both internally and externally about … Continue reading 12 Visuals to get inspired by for your next SIP report (part 1 of 2)

Six (More) Reasons to take your SIP Report seriously

One has only to browse through the extensive collection of Sharing Information on Progress reports available to download from the PRME website to see the wide variety of approaches in terms of format but also in quality of reporting.  But a report should not only be seen as a requirement to be a Signatory, it … Continue reading Six (More) Reasons to take your SIP Report seriously