Reflecting the rapid rise in popularity of recent initiatives such as the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), this handbook exhaustively covers a variety of responsible management, learning and education topics, and provides an invaluable roadmap for this fast-developing field. Covering various perspectives on the topic, right through to contexts, methods, outcomes and beyond, this volume will be an invaluable integrative resource for practitioners and researchers alike, and is designed to serve a range of communities that deal with topics related to sustainability, responsibility and ethics in management learning and education.
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Dirk C Moosmayer is a professor at KEDGE Business School and member of the KEDGE CSR Research Group. Prior to this engagement he worked eight years at the Nottingham University Business School China. In his research, he integrates responsible management perspectives of firms, consumers, civil society players and higher education. Dirk serves as an associate editor of Business Ethics : A European Review and on the editorial boards of Journal of Business Ethics, Business & Society, and the Academy of Management Learning & Education to which he had served as an associate editor (2015-17). Dirk won the University of Nottingham's Lord Dearing Award for teaching and teaching development. He also teaches on executive and MBA programs globally in which a responsible lens is an inherent component of his business classes.
Oliver Laasch is a Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Manchester and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Strategy at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China. Oliver is author of the United Nations PRME's first official textbook Principles of Responsible Management (SAGE, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Indian editions) and of the Research Handbook of Responsible Management (Elgar). He has edited two inspirational guides of the PRME and 27 books as founding editor of the PRME/BEP book collection. Oliver founded the Center for Responsible Management Education (http://responsiblemanagement.net/) and co-convened of the Responsible Management Education in Action workshop series at the Academy of Management meetings, which won the best PDW award in 2014. Oliver has edited special issues on responsible management in the Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Management Education. He runs the Coursera MOOC Managing Responsibly and serves on the editorial board of Academy of Management Learning and Education
Carole Parkes is Professor of Responsible Management at Winchester University Business School in the UK - a UN backed PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) Champion School and has both a business and academic background. Carole is a member of the PRME Global Advisory Committee and former Chair of the PRME Chapter UK & Ireland. At the PRME 10th Anniversary Global Forum, Carole was presented with a PRME Pioneer Award 'for her leadership and commitment to the development of PRME' and appointed a PRME Special Advisor. As an International Journal of Management Education (IJME) Associate Editor, Carole edited the PRME 10th Anniversary Special Issue of IJME and is an editor of Fighting Poverty as a Challenge for Management Education PRME Working Group publications. Carole is also an Inaugural Fellow of the Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges (EAUC) and on the editorial board of Society and Business Review (SBR).
Kenneth G. (Ken) Brown is the Ralph L. Sheets Professor of Management and Associate Dean, Tippie College of Business. Brown served as the editor of Academy of Management Learning & Education (2012-2014) and on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management Education, and other journals. He edited The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Training and Employee Development (Cambridge University Press, 2017) and co-authored Human Resource Management: Linking Strategy to Practice (4th ed., 2019, Wiley). Brown is also an award winning scholar and teacher, having received best paper awards from Human Resource Management (2003), Academy of Management Learning & Education (2010), and Human Relations (2016), and teaching awards from the University of Iowa, the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the HR Division of the Academy of Management.
Introduction: What is responsible management learning and education? - Dirk Moosmayer, Oliver Laasch, Carole Parkes, & Kenneth G. Brown
Part 1: Perspectives on Responsible Management Learning & Education
Chapter 1: Management Education Today and Tomorrow: Voices from the Contributing Author - Kenneth G. Brown
Chapter 2: The United Nations backed Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME): A principles-based global engagement platform for higher education institutions to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - Florencia Librizzi & Carole Parkes
Chapter 3: Responsible Management Education: The Voice and Perspective of Students - Debbie Haski-Leventhal
Chapter 4: Non-Western Responsible Management Education: A Critical View and Directions for the Future - Dima Jamali & Georges Samara
Chapter 5: Green Economics: Rethinking Economics for Responsible Management Education - Molly Scott Cato & Rupert Read
Part 2: Educational Purposes and Contents
Chapter 6: Responsible Management Education: The Role of CSR Evolution and Traditions - Archie B. Carroll
Chapter 7: Ethics, Sustainability, and Management Leadership - Michael Pritchard & Elaine Englehardt
Chapter 8: Critical Responsible Management Education for Sustainable Development - Meredith Storey
Chapter 9: Time to look beyond the business case: Why responsible management education needs to give more time to other voices - Jon Burchell & Harriet Thiery
Chapter 10: Poverty and Responsible Management Education - Geri Mason & Al Rosenbloom
Chapter 11: Tackling climate change through management education - Petra Molthan-Hill, Alex Hope, & Rachel Welton
Chapter 12: Gender Equality: Taking its rightful place at the heart of sustainability education - Maureen Kilgour
Chapter 13: Anti-corruption learning - Christian Hauser & Ronald E. Berenbeim
Chapter 14: Teaching Business and Human Rights: past approaches, present state of the art, and opportunities for the future - Karin Buhmann
Part 3: Learning Outcomes and Processes
Chapter 15: Competences for Responsible Management (and Leadership) Education and Practice - Jonathan Gosling & Adam Grodecki
Chapter 16: Experiential Learning for Responsible Management Education - Alex Hope, Pamela Croney, & Jan Myers
Chapter 17: Virtues in Responsible Management Education: Building Character - Marcel Meyer & Alejo José G. Sison
Chapter 18: Radical-Reflexivity and Transdisciplinarity as Paths to Developing Responsible Management Education - Ann L. Cunliffe, Ana Carolina Aguiar, Vicente Góes, & Fernanda Carreira
Chapter 19: Technology in Responsible Management Education - Peter Jack Gallo, Raquel Antolin-Lopez, & Ivan Montiel
Chapter 20: Online education for responsible management education - Amelia Clarke & Jennifer Lynes
Part 4: Academic Environment
Chapter 21: The dark side of Responsible Management Education: an ontological misstep? - Philip Roscoe
Chapter 22: A Systems Approach to Transformational Responsible Management Learning & Education - Danna Greenberg, Lauren Beitelspacher, & Vikki Rodgers
Chapter 23: Enhancing Responsible Management Education: Facilitating Faculty Development and Engagement - Anthony F. Buono
Chapter 24: Reimagining Management Academics: The Emerging Responsible Management Education Paradigm - Sandra Waddock
Chapter 25: Critical Perspectives on (and in) Responsible Management Education: the PRME Imaginary - Jill Millar
Chapter 26: The Institutionalization of Responsible Management Education - Andreas Rasche, Dirk Ulrich Gilbert, & Maximilian J.L. Schormair
Chapter 27: Responsibility in Business School Accreditations and Rankings - Annie Snelson-Powell & Matthias Falkenstein
Chapter 28: The Hidden Curriculum: Can the Concept Support Responsible Management Learning? - Maribel Blasco
Part 5: Responsible Research
Chapter 29: Responsible Research in Business and Management: Transforming Doctoral Education - Peter McKiernan & Anne S. Tsui
Chapter 30: Paradigms in Responsible Management Learning and Education Research - Jeremy St John & Cristina Neesham
Chapter 31: Methods in Responsible Management Learning and Education - A Review - Tine Koehler & Jennifer Gao
Chapter 32: A Pragmatist Approach to Responsible Management Learning and Education - Christopher Gohl
Chapter 33: Responsible Management Learning and Education in Need of Inter- and Transdisciplinarity - Markus Beckmann & Stefan Schaltegger
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