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

Getting ready for Rio+20 – The Nine Major Groups (Part 2)

Sustainable development cannot be achieved by government action alone. It requires the participation of all sectors of societies. At the first Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, a document called Agenda 21 was released that, among other things, formalized groups whose contribution is crucial to making sustainable development a reality. Since then, these … Continue reading Getting ready for Rio+20 – The Nine Major Groups (Part 2)