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Business Schools, Leadership and Sustainable Development Goals
The Future of Responsible Management Education



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ISBN 9781032156026
December 29, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
224 Pages 10 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Business Schools, Leadership and Sustainable Development Goals: The Future of Responsible Management Education is the second book in the series Citizenship and Sustainability in Organizations: Exploring and Spanning the Boundaries. It contains chapters from various scholars and practitioners in the field of responsible management education (RME). Through introspection, through celebrating successes and learning from failures (retrospection) and through looking forward (prospection), it aims to inspire a future of management education and leadership development that demonstrates its relevance to sustainable development. In doing so, it touches upon the grand societal challenges of our time, as illustrated by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and discusses how business schools, and other providers of management education, could and should contribute to overcoming these challenges. It argues that management education needs to educate future leaders in a way that no longer hampers but truly accelerates the process of sustainable development. This book offers a collection of thought-provoking ideas, vivid stories (including personal accounts and experiences), and appealing and engaged forecasts, visions and ideas about management education and leadership development for sustainability. Hence, it is a must-read for anyone interested in or involved in RME.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Frans Melissen and Lars Moratis

Part I: Visions and responses
 
Chapter 1: The responsible management education paradox: Applying the conceptual lens of organizational ambidexterity
Simon M. Smith, Hugues Séraphin and Karen Cripps
 
Chapter 2: Emotional competency in the interdisciplinary classroom: A systems thinking perspective
Joanna C. Carey and James Hunt
 
Chapter 3: Managing emotions in responsible management education courses and promoting the leadership of the Sustainable Development Goals
Muhammad Atif and Enrico Fontana
 
Chapter 4: Shaping sustainability leadership from the start: Educating for sustainable development in undergraduate business and management programmes
Alex Hope
 
Part II: Critical and personal reflections
 
Chapter 5: Balancing the scales: Changing perceptions of gender stereotypes among students in a PRME champion business school
Elaine Berkery and Nuala Ryan
 
Chapter 6: Between criticism and optimism: The derailment and rehabilitation of business schools
Guénola Abord-Hugon Nonet, Afrodita Dobreva and Lucas Meijs
 
Chapter 7: Reflections of an engaged marketing scholar: An SDG-guided journey towards being a ‘called professional’
Ranjit Voola
 
Part III: Creative pedagogies and assessments
 
Chapter 8: The use of news articles as a pedagogical tool for responsible management education
Ruth Areli García-León
 
Chapter 9: Supporting transformation towards sustainable development: The use of Appreciative Inquiry in responsible management education
Mirjam Minderman
 
Chapter 10: Applying authentic assessment to teaching the Sustainable Development Goals
Sarah Williams and David F. Murphy
 
Chapter 11: Matters of measuring: Student learning and success in sustainability education
Lauren Verheijen

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Biography

Lars Moratis is Professor of Sustainable Business at Antwerp Management School and the Chair in Management Education for Sustainability, a joint initiative of Antwerp Management School (Belgium) and Breda University of Applied Sciences (the Netherlands).

Frans Melissen is Professor of Sustainable Experience Design at Breda University of Applied Sciences and the Chair in Management Education for Sustainability, a joint initiative of Antwerp Management School (Belgium) and Breda University of Applied Sciences (the Netherlands).