It is well known the global community is looking towards business to play its role in creating a just and fair economy. This increases the urgency and relevance of new approaches to management education that can engage and foster socially responsible leaders who are resilient, creative and innovative thinkers. Educating for Responsible Management profiles cutting-edge approaches to pedagogy for the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) that go beyond current discussions of sustainability and corporate social responsibility content, to include a wider lens that highlights the processes of educating the next generation of responsible managers.
The book draws together leading thinkers, practitioners and management education to share their practice and research on how management educators can prepare themselves, their students, the learning environment, and their teaching resources to meet these challenges. These conversations across practice lines highlight a range of innovative pedagogical approaches and methods used by responsible management educators around the world to provide effective learning experiences.
"In an effort to transform management education, the understanding of transformative approaches is imperative. Demonstrated through original and collaborative content, from a vast array of practitioners and thought leaders around the world, this book provides innovative approaches to RME [responsible management education] that are easily relatable. It is a must-read for all individuals who are interested in shaping the business of tomorrow."
Jonas Haertle, PRME Secretariat, UN Global Compact
ForewordWayne VisserThe Six Principles of PRME1. Introduction Jennifer Leigh and Roz Sunley2. Development of responsible management education and the Principles for Responsible Management Education in context Ross Hayes, Carole Parkes and Alan Murray3. Establishing a foundational responsible learning mind-set for business in the 21st century Roz Sunley and Michael Coleman4. Choosing food yet consuming plastic: Learning to notice the difference in management education Maria Humphries, Anna Casey-Cox and Kahu Dey5. Experiential learning through shared responsibility and risk Alan Wagenberg and Roberto Gutiérrez6. Walking the talk: Empowering undergraduate business students to act on their values Melissa Manwaring, Danna Greenberg and James Hunt7. Thinking Conversational Intelligence® for sustainable business relationships in an age of digital media Judith E. Glaser and Roz Sunley8. Integrating PRME principles in practice through Pragmatic Inquiry®: A sustainable management case study Scott Kelley and Ron Nahser9. A holistic learning approach for responsible management education Isabel Rimanoczy10. The Daniels Compass: Global business education for management professionals Don Mayer and Bruce Hutton11. Consciousness development for responsible management education Dennis P. Heaton and Emanuel Schachinger with practitioner commentary by Chris Laszlo12. Developing responsible managers through service-learning at Goa Institute of Management, India Ranjini Swamy and Sheila Keegan13. The Global Integrative Module: A competence-based online learning experience to help future managers understand complex, global, social challenges Anna Iñesta, Maika Valencia, Xari Rovira, Josep Francesc Mària, Josep Maria Sayeras, Ricard Serlavós, Jose Luis Marin, Carlos Obeso, Jaclyn Wilson, Leonardo Caporarello, Jang Choi, Matt Statler and Gianmarco Gessi14. Management education and social class: Can managers do more to encourage social equality and meritocracy in the workplace? Kristi Lewis Tyran and Joseph E. Garcia with practitioner commentary by Debbie Ahi15. Drivers, barriers and enablers of institutionalizing responsible management education Charlotte Warin and Eshani Beddewala with practitioner commentary by Christopher Cowton16. Teaching methods and the Kolb learning cycle: Pedagogical approaches in the Principles for Responsible Management Education domain Jeanie M. Forray, Jennifer S.A. Leigh and Janelle E. Goodnight with practitioner commentary by Dean Cycon17. Conclusion: Managing our students’ learning through our professional practice Jennifer LeighAbout the contributors