Geo-strategic threats to sustainability

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In this blog, Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) Chair, Professor David Grayson asks if business can lead the way on sustainable development and social justice in the face of geo-strategic threats. I was asked recently, how the complex geo-strategic situation related – if it does – to sustainable development and sustainable business. It is something which…

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Redefining management education through ERS

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Raul V. Rodriguez, PhD, Steven Pinker Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Vice President, Woxsen University, provides an overview of Woxsen’s progress with ERS as a core pillar of its institution. Besides technological progress, ERS is certainly the essence for further growth, even more so. Key thinkers in the field, such as Dr John R. Boatright…

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Why stewardship is now at the forefront of business education

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Business schools play an important role in educating the leaders of our future, in fact, they are perfectly positioned to influence issues like sustainability. Business education PR experts Stephanie Mullins and Kate Mowbray from specialist consultancy BlueSky Education take a closer look at how graduates should become “stewards of the future of humanity and the earth”. …

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Business schools put ethics at the top of their agendas

A real commitment to ethics is evident across the business education sector. Stephanie Mullins and Jonny Stone from specialist business education PR consultancy BlueSky Education explore how schools are demonstrating this consistently. Infusing ethics into teaching is more than just a selling feature for Advantere School of Management. A Jesuit institution, Advantere’s focus on responsible leadership goes to the…

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From narrative to action: Are business schools walking the talk of responsible management education?

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ESCP Business School‘s Francesca Pucciarelli and Andreas Kaplan tell Stephanie Mullins from BlueSky Education about the opportunity that business schools have to develop students’ capabilities to be future generators of sustainable value for business and society. Here are their thoughts: Today’s business world, even more than the pre-pandemic one, needs leaders capable of making a strong social…

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Progressing on Sustainability within your Institution: Leading Transformation Part One

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EFMD Professional Development offers a ten-day-long programme focusing on two aspects of business school transformation essentials: digitalisation and sustainability With all that requires our attention these days, sustainability may not seem like such an urgent matter in comparison. The topic of sustainability has been present in the management education scene for quite some time, and…

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Three leading European universities and the EIB Institute launch the first “European Ethics Bowl”

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An opportunity for students to learn and practice the skills they need as European and global citizens Three leading European universities: the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana; Goethe University, Frankfurt; University Paris Dauphine, and the European Investment Bank Institute’s Summer School launched the first European Ethics Bowl (EEB) in October 2020. The European…

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Business schools have a responsibility to instigate change, states MIP Dean Federico Frattini

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Stephanie Mullins, Associate Director at specialist business education PR consultancy, BlueSky Education, spoke with Federico Frattini, Dean of MIP Politecnico di Milano in Milan, about the business schools recent ‘B Corp Certification’ – a prestigious recognition awarded to companies for their commitment to building a more inclusive society and continued sustainable development. “Business schools must increasingly…

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AUC School of Business Forum 2020

In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the school’s rebranding as the “AUC School of Business,” and in line with AUC’s celebration of its centennial, the School of Business is organising a high-level three-day forum that will be taking place on 9-11 February 2020. The forum will encompass several roundtable discussions where renowned and distinguished…

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