Creating Students Passionate about Social Responsibility – Lomonosov Moscow State University (Part 2)

One of the main requirements for putting in place successful programmes that really engage students in sustainability is a passionate team of enthusiastic individuals. Lomonosov Moscow State University Business School in Moscow, Russia definitely has that. The result has been a range of different programmes that aim to involve students in a number of social … Continue reading Creating Students Passionate about Social Responsibility – Lomonosov Moscow State University (Part 2)

Creating a Sustainability Report – lessons from Hanken School of Economics

At the 2013 PRME Summit – 5th Annual Assembly in Bled Slovenia, a number of schools were recognised for their Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Reports. Produced by schools on a regular basis, SIP reports outline a school’s approach and activities related to responsible management education. Hanken School of Economics was one of the schools … Continue reading Creating a Sustainability Report – lessons from Hanken School of Economics

Creating a space for Interdiscplinary Reflection – Lviv Business School

Over the past few years, Lviv Business School in Ukraine, has put in place several new programmes aimed at raising awareness, and supporting development of responsible and sustainable management education. One of these programmes, Reflexio, is an innovative, five-day interdisciplinary retreat that brings together faculty, entrepreneurs, religous leaders, artists, and a range of other individuals, … Continue reading Creating a space for Interdiscplinary Reflection – Lviv Business School

Putting together your first SIP report – Glasgow School for Business and Society (Part 1 of 2)

In August, Glasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) submitted their first Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) Report. The report was recognised for Excellence in Reporting among new signatories at the 2013 PRME Summit – 5th Annual Assembly earlier this year in Bled, Slovenia. I recently had the chance to speak … Continue reading Putting together your first SIP report – Glasgow School for Business and Society (Part 1 of 2)

A Focus on Sustainable Textiles – IESC

The Instituto de Estudios para la Sustentabilidad Corporativa in Buenos Aires, Argentina has chosen to take both a broad approach to sustainability in their work as well as to focus on a few issues that they believe are of key importance. One of their core topics is making the textile and fashion industries more sustainable, … Continue reading A Focus on Sustainable Textiles – IESC

From the pilot phase to the online portal: Key steps toward Anti-Corruption Toolkit for MBA programmes

  Almost exactly one year ago, I had the chance to speak with Matthias Kleinhempel and Gabriel Cecchini from the Center for Governance and Transparency at IAE Business School in Argentina and coordinators of the PRME Working Group on Anti-Corruption in Curriculum Change. Together with the members of the Working Group, they had been working … Continue reading From the pilot phase to the online portal: Key steps toward Anti-Corruption Toolkit for MBA programmes

Encouraging Sustainability Discussion on Campus – Milgard School of Business

Business schools around the world have been exploring how to bring sustainability into the classroom, but how do you get students talking about sustainability in between classes? In an attempt to increase student interest and debate around sustainability issues, the Milgard School of Business at the University of Washington Tacoma in the US regularly posts … Continue reading Encouraging Sustainability Discussion on Campus – Milgard School of Business