CLADEA Guide to Responsible Business Education in Latin America: Dual language edition, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

CLADEA Guide to Responsible Business Education in Latin America

Dual language edition, 1st Edition

Edited by Mariella Olivos Rossini

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Hardback: 9781783533350
pub: 2016-09-26
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To download individual chapters in Spanish and English, please click on the "Contents" tab above.Para descargar los capítulos individualmente en español e inglés, por favor, pulse la pestaña “Contents” que aparece arriba. The CLADEA Guide to Responsible Business in Latin America pulls together best practice from business schools across the Spanish-speaking world in responsible management education. Business schools share their challenges in educating the next generation of responsible leaders, and the innovative solutions they have put in place to overcome these challenges. Contributors include ESAN University, Monterrey University, EAFIT University, the National University of Colombia and Cartagena University.The CLADEA Guide to Responsible Business in Latin America showcases and represents key lessons for all business schools looking to provide a programme of responsible management education for their students.Contributions are published in English and Spanish and are free to download from the Greenleaf Publishing website.

Table of Contents

All of the following chapters are free to download.Todos los capítulos que aparecen a continuación se pueden descargar gratuitamente. IntroductionMariella Olivos Rossini, CLADEA Executive Coordinator[English download][Descargar en español]The Teaching Learning Process Design (TLP) as a collective classroom agreementFernando Pesántez, Luis Tobar[English download][Descargar en español]Balance between the management strategies and the pedagogical strategies as support for research. Department of Business Administration Universidad Central. How is research organized? Ivonne Tatiana Muñoz Martinez, Francisca Rojas Santoyo[English download][Descargar en español]A case for assessing ethics and CSR in master’s programs. From Universidad IcesiEnrique Ramírez R, Edgar Benítez, Pilar Acosta[English download][Descargar en español]The relationship between the labor market and Vuad’s business management program in the city of BogotáMartha Cecilia Pachón, Diela Moreno[English download][Descargar en español]Commitment to Virtual Education in the Field of BusinessRicardo Arderius Villanueva[English download][Descargar en español]Consolidation of students as changemakers through PRME. The case of social entrepreneurship at the University of MonterreyLuis Portales[English download][Descargar en español]Pedagogical transformations in business schools: experiential and service-based learning for enhancing PRME engagementRicardo Uribe, Juan Esteban Escalante, Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez[English download][Descargar en español]Business education responsibility among Latin American educational institutions. An Ecuadorian perspectiveCristina Acuña Bermeo, Efraín Naranjo Borja[English download][Descargar en español]Learning and teaching social responsibility at ESAN UniversityKety Jáuregui, Patricia Gallo[English download][Descargar en español]The program reform as a responsible improvement process. Case: Program of Business ManagementUriel Bustamante Lozano, Juan Manuel Castaño Molano[English download][Descargar en español]Case: strategic management of the research at the Business Administration Program of Universidad de CartagenaMaria Eugenia Navas Rios, Emperatriz Londoño Aldana[English download][Descargar en español]Use of computer-based business simulation methodology in order to get a master’s degreeGonzalo Guzmán Sanjinés, Diego Guzmán Nagel[English download][Descargar en español] CLADEA Guide on Responsibility in Business Education in Latin America. Case: Esan UniversityMaritza Arbaiza Ríos, Andrea Sotil Chávez, Roberto Leo García[English download][Descargar en español]

About the Series

The Principles for Responsible Management Education Series

The PRME initiative has more than 600 signatories worldwide. Alongside encouraging new institutions to sign up to the initiative, volumes within the PRME book series aim to cultivate and inspire actively engaged participants by offering practical examples and case studies to support the implementation of the Six Principles of PRME. Books in the series aim to enable participants to transition from a global learning community to an action community.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS008000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Business Ethics