Designing Management Education
A special theme issue of The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (Issue 39)
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The link between management education and the development of business leaders with socially responsible mind-sets and values is reaching a important turning point. We are seeing an increased attention to research and education innovation to prepare tomorrow’s leaders with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to act and lead responsibly. These contributions provide models, design ideas and actual experiences that strongly support the idea that management education can rise to the challenge and promise laid out by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in acknowledging the potential of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education and similar innovative stimuli: that ‘the Principles for Responsible Management Education have the capacity to take the case for universal values and business into classrooms on every continent’.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents Editorial. Developing Tomorrow’s Business Leaders to Enact Corporate Citizenship: The Call and Opportunity for B-Schools to Make an Enduring DifferenceDavid Cooperrider and Ronald Fry, Department of Organizational Behavior, Case Western Reserve University, USA World Review: April-June 2010Jem Bendell, Associate Professor, Griffith Business School, Ian Doyle, Associate, Lifeworth Consulting, and Tapan Sarker, Research Fellow, Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Enterprise, Griffith Business School Developing Socially Responsible Behaviour in Managers: Experimental Evidence of the Effectiveness of Different Approaches to Management EducationSusan C. Schneider, HEC University of Geneva, Switzerland, Maurizio Zollo, Bocconi University, Italy and Ramesh Manocha, University of Sydney, Australia A Five-Phase Approach to Poverty Eradication: An Educational Proposal for Sustainable Leadership and Sustainable DevelopmentVicki Whiting, Westminster College, USA, Emmeline de Pillis, University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA and John K. Hatch, FINCA, USA Where Creativity and Innovation Go to School: A Case Study of the KaosPilot School of Leadership and Social EntrepreneurshipTina Broberg and Per Krull, Aarhus School of Business and Social Science,University of Aarhus, Denmark Turning Point Awakening World-Changing Leadership through Management EducationUrsula Glunk, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, The Netherlands and Micole Smits, Koraal Consulting, The Netherlands Globalisation, Innovation and Sustainability: Towards an Opportunity-Driven Design Philosophy for Graduate Business EducationGlen Taylor and Gregory Theyel, California State University, East Bay, USA Supporting Social Change Agents through the Classroom: The SE Lab Model (Unleashing a Rising Generation of Leading Social Entrepreneurs: An Emerging University Pedagogy)Gordon Bloom, Princeton University, USA and Michael Pirson, Fordham University, USA