Online and connected: Creating a Sustainable Campus using Apps – (part 2)

Organizations around the world, from business to NGOs to individuals, are creating apps for smart phones. These mobile apps enable people to connect to networks, get access to real time data, receive feedback and understand information in a visual way. Although these apps are not focused specifically on university campuses, they are easily used in … Continue reading Online and connected: Creating a Sustainable Campus using Apps – (part 2)

Online and connected: Creating a Sustainable Campus using Apps – (part 1)

Organizations around the world, from business to NGOs to individuals, are creating apps for smart phones. These mobile apps enable people to connect to networks, get access to real time data, receive feedback and understand information in a visual way. Although these apps are not focused specifically on university campuses they are easily used in … Continue reading Online and connected: Creating a Sustainable Campus using Apps – (part 1)

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 4): Women on campus

Business schools around the world have taken a wide range of approaches when it comes to providing specific opportunities to promote and empower women in business. In the first blog we looked at range of resources on this topic and in the second post we looked at schools that provide a range of free certificate … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 4): Women on campus

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 3): Empowering Women

Business schools around the world have taken a wide range of approaches when it comes to providing specific opportunities to promote and empower women in business. In the first blog we looked at a range of resources on this topic, while in the second we looked at schools that provide free certificate programmes through the … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 3): Empowering Women

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 2): Entrepreneurship and 10,000 Women

 The last blog focused on Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA by looking at the range of initiatives and resources available on this topic. Now, the second part considers the growth in training programmes specifically focused on women entrepreneurs. Specifically, we look at PRME signatories involved in the 10,000 Women project started by Goldman Sachs. … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 2): Entrepreneurship and 10,000 Women

Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 1)- Introduction and Overview

On March 8th, countries around the world celebrated International Women’s Day. The focus of this annual event is to build support for women’s rights and greater participation of women in the political, social and economic arenas. Although this year’s date has already passed, it is still a good opportunity to take a look at what … Continue reading Women, Responsible Leadership and the MBA (part 1)- Introduction and Overview

Bringing together sustainable companies in Australia – MGSM CSR Partnership Network

When it comes to bringing sustainability and responsible leadership to campus, many schools are finding that one of the best ways to do this is to bring together a range of partners from across society who are already actively working in this area. This is proving to be an excellent opportunity for the schools themselves … Continue reading Bringing together sustainable companies in Australia – MGSM CSR Partnership Network

Creating a New MBA focused on sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship– Deusto Business School

How do we create an MBA that fully incorporates sustainability and responsible leadership into its programme? How do we embed sustainability across the curriculum? Do we completely change the way that the MBA is structured? Over the upcoming year I will be providing a range of blogs that explore how different schools have approached this … Continue reading Creating a New MBA focused on sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship– Deusto Business School

Developing the post 2015 agenda

In the year 2000, world leaders came together to establish the Millennium Development Goals - also known as the MDGs - a set of eight goals which member states and international organizations have agreed to achieve by the year 2015. The MDGs are to: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Achieve universal primary education Promote gender … Continue reading Developing the post 2015 agenda

Contests for Students in Business and Sustainability – Environmental and Social Issues

There are various ways to embed sustainability into the curriculum and to get students engaged in sustainability issues. One such method is to invite students to get involved in the growing number of global competitions and contests, which are often organised in partnership with the business sector. These competitions provide a valuable opportunity to explore … Continue reading Contests for Students in Business and Sustainability – Environmental and Social Issues