Using Online Games to Engage in Sustainability – An Update (Part 3 of 3)

Back in 2012 I put together a three post special on online games that focus on raising awareness on different sustainability topics. To this day these are some of the most popular posts ever on PRiMEtime. Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting a series of articles with an updated summary of … Continue reading Using Online Games to Engage in Sustainability – An Update (Part 3 of 3)

Collaboration among schools across the Nordic Region

Number 17 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) is perhaps the most important, but also the most challenging. The ability of Management Education to successfully engage and help reach the SDGs will require a range of partnerships not only between schools and external organizations such as business and government but more importantly among schools themselves. … Continue reading Collaboration among schools across the Nordic Region

Making an Impact Through Experiential Learning – Experiences from the Institute of Management Technology (Part 2)

What kinds of partnerships have you developed to make this course possible? For execution of the social projects we have developed partnerships with several local-level government agencies, and a number of renowned national-level NGOs, such as Agewell Foundation, AROH Foundation, Asha Deep Foundation, Empowering Minds, Lakshyam, Project KHEL, Social and Development Research and Action Group (SADRAG), Smile Foundation, Sshrishti India Trust, Teach For India, and Udayan … Continue reading Making an Impact Through Experiential Learning – Experiences from the Institute of Management Technology (Part 2)

Making an Impact Through Experiential Learning – Experiences from the Institute of Management Technology (Part 1)

Business schools around the world are exploring a range of experiential learning opportunities for students across their programmes. At the Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad (IMTG) experiential learning has become not only a key part of the MBA programme, but a mandatory one. Staff coordinate projects on the ground with NGOs and government agencies for … Continue reading Making an Impact Through Experiential Learning – Experiences from the Institute of Management Technology (Part 1)

A Selection of MOOCs on Sustainability and Ethics for Winter 2017 (Part 1)

Every year there is an increase in the number of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) available on sustainability topics. These courses are available for free online and open to anyone with an interest in the topic, lasting between three and fourteen weeks and taking three to eight hours per week to complete. Below is a selection … Continue reading A Selection of MOOCs on Sustainability and Ethics for Winter 2017 (Part 1)

2016 Good Practices in Responsible Management Education (Part 2)

It is once again time for PRiMEtime’s year-end review. 2016 was another exciting year with a lot of innovative new initiatives and approaches at business schools around the world embedding responsible leadership and sustainability into their programmes. PRiMEtime provides an extensive and growing database of examples from schools around the world on how to embed … Continue reading 2016 Good Practices in Responsible Management Education (Part 2)

Effective Governance Comes from Well-Equipped Legislators – IESA’s Legislators Training Program Shows How

The Legislator Training Programme is a collaboration between Instituto de Estudios Superiores en Administration (IESA) and the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (UCAB) in Venezuela. It came about because of a lack of training for parliamentary members and other officials within the National Assembly. The Programme aims to develop the capacity of members of the legislative … Continue reading Effective Governance Comes from Well-Equipped Legislators – IESA’s Legislators Training Program Shows How

Bringing Technology into the classroom to engage students in Sustainability – Victoria University of Wellington

The Managing Visitor Impacts course at Victoria Business School, Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand was designed to deepen student’s understanding of sustainable tourism development by exposing them to the complexities, realities and tensions commonly observed in developing countries. A key part of the course is a group role-play scenario where students take a virtual … Continue reading Bringing Technology into the classroom to engage students in Sustainability – Victoria University of Wellington

A Selection of MOOCs on Sustainability/Ethics for Fall 2016 (Part 2)

Every year there is an increase in the number of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) available on sustainability topics. These courses are available for free online and open to anyone with an interest in the topic, lasting between three and fourteen weeks and taking three to eight hours per week to complete. Below is a selection … Continue reading A Selection of MOOCs on Sustainability/Ethics for Fall 2016 (Part 2)

Eight+ Places to find Business Partners for your Sustainability Projects (part 2)

Business schools are increasingly looking to establish partnerships with businesses around sustainability. These partnerships take a variety of shapes, from research to student projects, internships to co-lecturing, and the development of new programmes or new events. But one of the main challenges schools mention when it comes to developing business-business school partnerships is how to … Continue reading Eight+ Places to find Business Partners for your Sustainability Projects (part 2)