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

Engaging Stakeholders Through Data Visualisation – 8 Examples from the PRME Community

The official logo for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with its clear numbers, to the point text, simple logos and unique colours, does a much better job at quickly and clearly communicating the 17 Goals to a range of audiences than the official, 35-page UN document from which they come does. Since the SDGs came … Continue reading Engaging Stakeholders Through Data Visualisation – 8 Examples from the PRME Community

6 Things that will be Highlighted in the SIP of the Future – According to Signatories (part 2 of 2)

To finish off this month’s special feature on the Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report, I asked several Signatories what they felt the SIP of the future might look like. I asked them two questions. The first was to share their thoughts on what the SIP report itself will look like (part 1). The second … Continue reading 6 Things that will be Highlighted in the SIP of the Future – According to Signatories (part 2 of 2)

Reporting On Your Most Significant Contributions to the SDGs – An Indicator System Developed by the Latin American and the Caribbean Chapter

Throughout the month of October, PRiMEtime has been focused on how business schools are reporting on sustainability, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and responsible management more broadly and, more importantly, what the future of reporting might look like. Here we focus in on indicators and how they are used in reporting.  While a growing number … Continue reading Reporting On Your Most Significant Contributions to the SDGs – An Indicator System Developed by the Latin American and the Caribbean Chapter

Reporting for Impact – The Future of Reporting and the SDGs

Throughout the month of October, PRiMEtime is focused on reporting and sustainability. Here we focus in on one of the tools developed and used by the PRME community to report on the SDGs: the SDG Dashboard. While only a handful of Sharing Information on Progress Reports report on a school’s impacts in relation to the … Continue reading Reporting for Impact – The Future of Reporting and the SDGs

Celebrating 10+ Years of PRME – Hanken’s Sharing Information on Progress Report

Hanken School of Economics celebrated 10 years of responsible management education in 2018. A PRME Champion, they were the first university in Finland to sign the principles in 2008 and have, since then, been a leader and inspiration to many others in the PRME network. In their report, which was recently given Recognition for Excellence … Continue reading Celebrating 10+ Years of PRME – Hanken’s Sharing Information on Progress Report

Expanding Your Approach to Reporting – Experiences from Copenhagen Business School

Throughout the month of October, PRiMEtime will be focused on how business schools are reporting on sustainability, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and responsible management more broadly and, more importantly, what the future of reporting might look like. Four awards for excellence in Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reporting were announced during the 2020 Virtual … Continue reading Expanding Your Approach to Reporting – Experiences from Copenhagen Business School

Reporting On The ‘Aha’ Moments And ‘Not So Aha’ Moments Of The PRME Journey – Deakin Business School

Australian signatory, and current PRME Champion Deakin Business School (DBS) was one of the recent recipients of the Recognition for Excellence in Reporting at PRME’s Virtual Global Forum for their 2017-2018 Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report. The report provided a strong overview of not just how DBS has approached the 6 Principles, but also … Continue reading Reporting On The ‘Aha’ Moments And ‘Not So Aha’ Moments Of The PRME Journey – Deakin Business School

Integrating the SDGs into Your First SIP – Lessons from Queen’s Management School

Queen’s Management School became a signatory to PRME in July 2017.  Dr. Laura Steele was appointed to lead on the integration of PRME and develop their wider Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability Strategy. This included compiling the school’s first Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report, which went on to be recognised at the PRME Virtual Global … Continue reading Integrating the SDGs into Your First SIP – Lessons from Queen’s Management School