Lessons in Preparing your First SIP Report from Reykjavik University

Reykjavik University in Iceland was awarded, at a special ceremony at the 2015 PRME Global Forum in June, a recognition for their Sharing Information on Progress report (SIP). In their first SIP report they created an engaging and reader friendly communication tool that brought together the work that they are doing at the Business School, … Continue reading Lessons in Preparing your First SIP Report from Reykjavik University

Examining the Impact of Diversity in Business – McCoy College of Business Administration

A growing number of schools are choosing yearly themes that expose students to issues important to the community and their careers. At the Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas in the US, their Common Experience programme chooses a theme that is explored thoroughly throughout the University, including in the McCoy College of Business Administration. … Continue reading Examining the Impact of Diversity in Business – McCoy College of Business Administration

Using Online Tools to Engage Students in Sustainability – WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management

The Sustainability Lab is a new course at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany, focused on taking on challenges for business in sustainability. One of the unique elements of this course is that it uses social media, blogging, wikis and a range of other online tools to further engage the students in … Continue reading Using Online Tools to Engage Students in Sustainability – WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management

2012 Summary of Best Practices in Responsible Management Education (Part 2)

2012 has been an interesting year for sustainability and management education and through Primetime I have tried to share some of the incredible work that PRME signatories are doing to mainstream responsible leadership and management education around the world. Primetime has become quite a repository of examples and in the final few blogs of the … Continue reading 2012 Summary of Best Practices in Responsible Management Education (Part 2)