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Survey on Ethics, Responsibility, and Sustainability in Business School Accreditation

As part of a peer-learning process, a group of faculty and university senior administrators who seek to raise the visibility of, and advance awareness about, the inclusion of ERS in business school education have compiled perspectives on how various business schools define ERS and build it into their research, teaching, and service. We are participants of the […]

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Major event: Business as an Agent of World Benefit (15 to 17 October)

Flourishing is the business opportunity of today: inspiring people, solving complex problems, collaborating across supply chains, and catalyzing systems change for value and profit. “Flourish & Prosper” – the 3rd Global Forum for Business as an Agent of World Benefit,  will be held on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in collaboration with the Weatherhead […]

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PolyU Hong Kong students and designers building benches for upcoming Conference

Central to the 50+20 vision is the notion of a collaboratory circle which turns the new roles of management education into concrete action through constructive discussion. The 50+20 collaboratory can be symbolised using benches (that represent “emerging benchmarks”) arranged in a circle. PolyU commissioned local Hong Kong artists and design students to create a series […]

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50+20 book now available in Chinese

I am just back from launching the Chinese translation of the 50+20 book “Management Education for the World” during the sixth IACMR annual conference that took place 18-22 June in Beijing. Order the Chinese (Standard Mandarin) edition from Peking University Press or Sinobook today. Anne Tsui first came up with the idea of translating the book into Chinese and […]

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Reporting back on EFMD's Annual Conference #EFMDAC2014

The Art of Teaching and Learning was under discussion at the recent EFMD Annual Conference hosted by WU Vienna University of Economics and Business on 15 to 17 June. The impressive and futuristic architecture of the new WU campus, its main building in particular, formed the perfect backdrop to discussions about the future of management education […]

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50+20 Renewing Business Education in Asia Conference (17 July 2014)

The Faculty of Business of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University is spearheading efforts to reset the management education agenda in the Asian region. With Asia becoming a powerful economic force, the Faculty believes this is the right time for the convergence of all stakeholders to articulate the future of business schools, entrepreneurship, and the workplace […]

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Reporting back on AACSB ICAM 2014

I was fortunate to attend AACSB’s annual meeting, ICAM 2014, where I presented on GRLI and 50+20 (see slides below) along with Philip O’Regan, Dean of Kemmy Business School at University of Limerick. Philip shared his experience of working with the Innovation Cohort and also extended an invite to participants to comment on the forthcoming […]

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The Purpose of the Corporation and transforming Management Education

Mark Drewell, CE of the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, speaking at “The Purpose of the Corporation Conference” held in Brussels on 11 February 2014.

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Interview with Katrin Muff at 2013 PRME Summit

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Collaborative MOOC on Responsibility, Sustainability and Ethics for Business and Leadership?

Can 50+20 leverage the potential reach of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to provide alternative perspectives on the role of business and leadership in serving society? We think so – and a small group of GRLI partners are already scoping such a project.  The emerging model of offering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) could pose […]

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