Invitation to the 2024 Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Global Forum

Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Global Forum

The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) Global Forum originated in 2008 as an event intended to bring together all of PRME’s stakeholders, including students, faculty, deans, board members, and others, to discuss the latest innovations and challenges in responsible management education.

The 2024 PRME Global Forum’s strategic vision is to accelerate the global collective impact of responsible management education while also serving as a space to learn and connect with passionate stakeholders. It will bring together people from all walks of life: business, academia, the United Nations, the public sector, and the PRME community, to accelerate the positive impact responsible management and business education are making on the leaders of tomorrow.

The theme of this year’s Global Forum will be Accelerating our Common Agenda

Attendees can expect a dynamic program, ranging from panels that discuss creating social impact and the responsibility of a digital future to breakout sessions that dive into the ways in which the Principles of responsible management education can be applied to key business and school disciplines such as accounting and finance; marketing; economics and public policy; analytics; and management. Additionally, best practices will be presented as we award the PRME Faculty Teaching Awards, the PRME Global Student Sustainability Award and the Award for Excellence in SIP Reporting in 2023.

Following the “chasing the sun” method in order to reach a global community, PRME will offer programming broken down as such (all times in Eastern Time):

  • Eastern Hemisphere: 02:00 – 06:00 (offered in English)
  • PRME Time: 08:00 – 16:00 (offered in English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish)
  • Western Hemisphere: 18:00 – 22:00 (offered in English)

This interactive session fosters a dynamic conversation among diverse stakeholders, urging business schools to leverage their knowledge for impactful change and positive transformation. Speakers will dive into how to capture societal impact within the reporting mechanisms.

As part of Responsible Management Education (RME) Week, PRME will be sharing the stage with partners such as the Responsible Research in Business & Management (RRBM) network, who will highlight the responsibility of published research in generating knowledge that is both credible and relevant, as well as Positive Impact Rating (PIR) who will be presenting the results of its 2024 report which includes poignant insights from more than 20,000 student voices from across the globe.

For more information, including registration, fees, speakers, topics and full agenda, please visit the 2024 PRME Global Forum.

For additional insights, announcements and perspectives about Responsible Research in Business and Management, visit the conversation here.

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