Taking a Whole University Approach to Integrating the SDGs – The University of Winchester

  University of Winchester has a 10-year vision –Strategic Vision 2030: A beacon of education excellence, sustainability and social justice- that is all about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Part of this strategy is embedding the SDGs across the University, including and in particular in the classroom in not just the formal curriculum but the informal and subliminal … Continue reading Taking a Whole University Approach to Integrating the SDGs – The University of Winchester

How are Business Schools Engaging in the SDGs – Examples from SDG 10 to 17

Click here to read part one focused on SDGs 1-9. SDG 10 – Reduced InequalitiesEGADE’s MUSE project is a collaborative project with partnerships globally that aims to improve access to institutions of higher education for students with disabilities as well as to develop employment opportunities. Queen’s Management School offers a special pathway programmes for talented young people living in … Continue reading How are Business Schools Engaging in the SDGs – Examples from SDG 10 to 17

The Importance of Partnerships for the SDGs – Experiences from INSEAD

Speaking in the SDG Tent alongside the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos Forum, Dean of INSEAD Ilian Mihovsaid,  “At INSEAD it is crucially important to engage future business leaders around the SDG agenda. If we at business schools don’t change the way people think about business and society, there is very little hope that the future will change.”  … Continue reading The Importance of Partnerships for the SDGs – Experiences from INSEAD

How are Business Schools Engaging in the SDGs – Examples from SDG 1 -9

As the Blueprint for SDG Integration states, “Business schools need to create their own SDG pathways, based on their starting points, the prevailing context, their organizational capacity and their needs”.  Every school, not surprisingly, is engaging in the SDGs in different ways, somethings through research, other times in campus operations and often within their curriculum. In this two-part … Continue reading How are Business Schools Engaging in the SDGs – Examples from SDG 1 -9

Creating Sustainable Mindsets – SDG focused Action Learning Projects at Antwerp Management School

Antwerp Management School Back in 2016, PRiMEtime featured the SDG Student Ambassador Campaign at Antwerp Management School, a programme that aimed to engage students in sustainability discussions, in particular around the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Four years later, this programme has developed from a voluntary extracurricular activity to one that is truly embedded into the core curriculum. I … Continue reading Creating Sustainable Mindsets – SDG focused Action Learning Projects at Antwerp Management School

2020 PRiMEtime in Review – Good Practices in Responsible Management Education (part 2 of 2)

This post is the second part of the end of year review. Click here to read part 1.   By March 2020, everything changed very quickly as COVID-19 took over our lives. In response, I posted a summary of past posts to help schools looking to adapt quickly to the new COVID-19 reality including posts on mental health, innovative … Continue reading 2020 PRiMEtime in Review – Good Practices in Responsible Management Education (part 2 of 2)

2020 PRiMEtime in Review – Good Practices in Responsible Management Education (part 1 of 2)

Here on PRiMEtime, the first week of January is the time to summarize and celebrate all of the examples featured over the past year. A big thank you to all of you who contributed, shared, read and commented on PRiMEtime throughout 2020. Over the past year almost 200 different initiatives were featured here from over … Continue reading 2020 PRiMEtime in Review – Good Practices in Responsible Management Education (part 1 of 2)

Integrating Sustainability into the Finance Curriculum – Experiences from Gustavson School of Business

Asset managers are faced with increased pressure to account for sustainability when managing their portfolios. However, these finance professionals receive only little training on these topics in business schools. In September 2020 at the UN Global Compact “United Business for a Better World” event, a panel discussion titled “New aspirations for global impact: SDG education … Continue reading Integrating Sustainability into the Finance Curriculum – Experiences from Gustavson School of Business

Why Business Schools Should be Interested in Peace – An Overview of the Business for Peace Working Group

While SDG 16 on Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions isn't one that many business schools report on, it is definitely one that business schools can and directly impact. It is crucial that students understand, research, and explore, as the UN Global Compact Business for Peace Platform puts it, why contributing to peace is important for business and … Continue reading Why Business Schools Should be Interested in Peace – An Overview of the Business for Peace Working Group

Engaging the Next Generation of Business Students in the SDGs – Examples from Around the World

Business schools around the world are putting in a range of programmes and initiatives to educate and prepare their students to be part of a more sustainable future. However, they are also increasingly actively engaging with local high school students, providing them with a range of opportunities to do the same. This means that these … Continue reading Engaging the Next Generation of Business Students in the SDGs – Examples from Around the World