After eight years since the launch of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), it is time to take stock of the initiative, build on our accumulated experience and develop a systematic approach to the implementation of PRME. PRME is above all a learning community. In 2007, we started a journey, aiming at the transformation of business school and management-related higher education institutions (HEI) into organizations able to educate the future generations of sustainable and globally responsible professionals, managers, and leaders. We already have a vast repository of reports documenting how participating schools are progressing towards that aim. We have also collectively produced several inspirational guides, presenting examples of ambitious and innovative stories of change. Indeed, above all, PRME is a collaborative, collegial learning community that thrives on the sharing of good practices to inspire and champion responsible management education, research, and thought leadership globally. What we do not have is a guide on how to Systematically advance when embarking on such an ambitious transformation at the organizational school level. This resource helps to fill that void. Participating in PRME must be thought of as a "strategic journey" that evolves over time through different stages. PRME becomes part of the strategy of the school through a process of continuous improvement. As the essence of this document, and building on the practice collected so far, the PRME "transformational model" of implementation takes into consideration the complexities and specificities of integrating sustainability values into business and management schools and programmes. This document should be considered as a "living" document created for and by the PRME community that will be updated through periodic reviews every few years.

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Escudero , Manuel ; Csuri , Merrill; Alcaraz , Jose Manuel ; Swanson Goldberg, Elizabeth ; Guevara , Ruben

Cine fórum: "Thank You For The Rain"

05/2016
After eight years since the launch of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), it is time to take stock of the initiative, build on our accumulated experience and develop a systematic approach to the implementation of PRME. PRME is above all a learning community. In 2007, we started a journey, aiming at the transformation of business school and management-related higher education institutions (HEI) into organizations able to educate the future generations of sustainable and globally responsible professionals, managers, and leaders. We already have a vast repository of reports documenting how participating schools are progressing towards that aim. We have also collectively produced several inspirational guides, presenting examples of ambitious and innovative stories of change. Indeed, above all, PRME is a collaborative, collegial learning community that thrives on the sharing of good practices to inspire and champion responsible management education, research, and thought leadership globally. What we do not have is a guide on how to Systematically advance when embarking on such an ambitious transformation at the organizational school level. This resource helps to fill that void. Participating in PRME must be thought of as a "strategic journey" that evolves over time through different stages. PRME becomes part of the strategy of the school through a process of continuous improvement. As the essence of this document, and building on the practice collected so far, the PRME "transformational model" of implementation takes into consideration the complexities and specificities of integrating sustainability values into business and management schools and programmes. This document should be considered as a "living" document created for and by the PRME community that will be updated through periodic reviews every few years.
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Transformational model for PRME implementation
Escudero , Manuel ; Csuri , Merrill; Alcaraz , Jose Manuel ; Swanson Goldberg, Elizabeth ; Guevara , Ruben
Nueva York (United States of America): Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), 05/2016
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