Infusing ethics and social impact into today’s business school – Leeds School of Business

Business schools around the world have been exploring a variety of ways to infuse ethics and social impact into their curricula and train their students to be responsible leaders. At Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado – Boulder in the US, this is manifested through the creation of their Center for Education … Continue reading Infusing ethics and social impact into today’s business school – Leeds School of Business

Embedding sustainability into institutional culture– Essex Business School

Business schools around the world are becoming more and more engaged in creating the next generation of responsible leaders. This is easier said than done, as many programmes are working to not just embed sustainability and responsible leadership into the various courses and programmes, but perhaps more importantly, create a culture of sustainability on campus. … Continue reading Embedding sustainability into institutional culture– Essex Business School

Creating a new MBA focused on responsible leadership – Audencia Nantes School of Management

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 responsible leadership – Audencia Nantes School of Management

Bringing together Academics and Practitioners to discuss sustainability – ESMT’s Sustainable Business Round Table

Business schools around the world organize a range of conferences and events to discuss sustainability challenges and opportunities with practitioners. Many of these only last a day but how do you create an event, a network that will help bring academics and practitioners together continuously to share lessons learnt and focus on making a real … Continue reading Bringing together Academics and Practitioners to discuss sustainability – ESMT’s Sustainable Business Round Table

An innovative way to making your campus more sustainable: The Student Green Energy Fund

Campuses around the world are increasingly working on projects to make their buildings and operations greener. The University of South Florida Saint Petersburg (USFSP) in the United States has taken a unique approach to funding these activities and in particular green campus projects relating to energy: student fees. I recently had the chance to speak … Continue reading An innovative way to making your campus more sustainable: The Student Green Energy Fund

Taking a transdiciplinary approach to teaching ethics

In their research paper, “Ignorance was bliss, now I’m not ignorant and that is far more difficult: Transdiciplinary learning and reflexivity in responsible management education,” coauthors Carole Parkes and John Blewitt from Aston University in the UK write, “If we are to enable students as future business leaders and managers we need to prepare them … Continue reading Taking a transdiciplinary approach to teaching ethics

Using a case competition to make campus more sustainable – 6 questions with Jenn Hart from Olin Business School

The Olin Sustainability Case Competition (OSCC) began during the 2009-2010 academic year as a way to increase awareness and expand educational opportunities about sustainable business practices at the Olin Business School. Open to all Washington University students in both undergraduate and graduate level programs, the case competition provides participants with a chance to learn about … Continue reading Using a case competition to make campus more sustainable – 6 questions with Jenn Hart from Olin Business School