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Student help co-create an MBA for the planet

A growing number of companies are increasing their commitment to sustainability – particularly those working with commodities, chemicals, consumer products, retailing and industrial goods and machinery. A university in Exeter, United Kingdom, has incorporated sustainability studies in its MBA programme – providing a transformative, reflective, and issue-based learning curriculum. Working closely with a well-known environmental […]

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Resetting managerial mindsets

An international management masters program utilises a unique approach structured around five managerial mindsets (reflective, analytical, worldly, collaborative, action). The program breaks away from the traditional lecture format where the professor is considered the expert in the room, focusing instead on sessions that are designed to involve all participants, enabling them to transfer knowledge with […]

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Module investigates the values that frame sustainable enterprise

A UK Business School embarked on a journey to evolve both an Undergraduate and Postgraduate a curriculum that is more representative of Responsible Management education. One of their pilot programmes is a module on Sustainable Enterprise Economy. Three critical factors contributed to developing this module; the willingness of a virtual team comprising cross-discipline collaborative colleagues, the flexibility afforded us by Faculty Managers to achieve University accreditation, and critically the UN Global Compact, but more specifically access to PRME initiative as a reference point.

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Embracing the artist mind-set to create a new economic mind-set

Embracing the artist mind-set to create a new economic mind-set

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