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Events - Upcoming

49th CLADEA Annual Assembly

PRME Steering Committee member CLADEA (Latin American Council of Management Schools) presents the Annual Assembly: “Leading in a global world Latin America and Europe, new connections.”

The host institution is ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain. We expect a very important number of participants not only from Latin America but especially from Europe. Do not lose the opportunity to assist to this great event.

Visit event website here.

03 Sep 2014
to 05 Sep 2014
Barcelona, Spain

Business Management Conference (BMC) 2014

The Business Management Conference (BMC) 2014: Business Unusual - Economy, Business and Governance in a changing world, will be held 17th  -19th  September 2014, and hosted by the College of Law and Management, University of KwaZulu-Natal, in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

The conference will focus on the need for business, economics and management leaders and academics, to play a proactive role in guiding and advising business and governments on the best solutions for sustainable economic development with trade regions and nation states. The BMC conference will include a PRME session, and the three days will focus, among others, on the following sub themes:  

  • Ethics, accountability and social responsibility in business and governmental practices  
  • Responsible business and management education principles and practices (PRME)  
  • Responsible financial decision-making in a changing global environment, and the role of the accounting profession to maintain responsible and accountable business and public sector governance practices  
  • Changing trends in business and entrepreneurship within emerging economies  
  • The role of government to support sustainable local and global economic growth, entrepreneurship and trade  
  • Business and trade in the digital age – E Commerce and Trade Innovations  
  • Marketing and marketing practices for global consumption  
  • The changing nature of work  
  • The role of the legal profession in supporting sustainable business development and practices  

View Call for Papers, here.

See full website for registration and agenda.

17 Sep 2014
to 19 Sep 2014
Durban, South Africa

Inaugural UN Global Compact Business for Peace Annual Event

Building off a strong first year of growth, the UN Global Compact's Business for Peace (B4P) is organising its Annual Event, together with PRME, the Global Compact Network Turkey, the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, and the UN Development Programme, to convene companies, Local Networks, academics and other stakeholders leading the business for peace movement. The two-day meeting will enable Local Networks to raise the profile of their work, while engaging with other leaders within the Business for Peace community to share best and emerging practices and review lessons learned.

The second day will hold an exploratory session identifying the challenges and opportunities for academic and private sector collaboration as pertains to the positive contributions business can make to peace. Emphasis will be given to creating a community for future partnerships in three areas:(1) educating future leaders on how to advance business for peace, (2) local and regional research themes where business can make special contributions to peace, and (3) identifying 2015 priorities & projects for the PRME B4P workstream.

For more information about how to participate, please contact Mr. Jeffrey French (french@unglobalcompact.org). For more information on involvement in the PRME Business for Peace Workstream, please contact Ms. Theresa Heithaus (heithaus@unglobalcompact.org). 

 

29 Sep 2014
to 30 Sep 2014
Istanbul, Turkey

1st PRME Regional Meeting North America

We are pleased to announce the upcoming 1st PRME Regional Meeting North America will take place at University of Washington Bothell School of Business, Seattle, WA, USA on 10-11 October, 2014.

This inaugural Regional Meeting celebrates responsible management in the business schools across this vast region. Attendees of this important meeting will be positioned at the forefront of an influential new horizon in business education and responsible management. The meeting is organised as an interactive and involving conference, inclusive of important stakeholder groups. Thus in addition to receiving and absorbing information, we encourage attendee participation and engagement in conversations and exercises to encourage thought-provoking debate on important issues. Involving all stakeholders, elements of teaching and research will be both highlighted, and business leaders are invited to participate in lively conversations and will have opportunities to showcase best practices.

Who should attend?

Leaders of business schools, faculty members, undergraduate/Master's/Ph.D. students, business representatives, and government/Nonprofit agencies. 

For event details, see here, for registration here, and visit the Facebook event here.

Click here to share the event on Twitter:Tweet: Join the 1st #PRME Regional Meeting North America 10-11 October in Seattle, WA! http://ctt.ec/7bX3a+ @UWBothel

10 Oct 2014
to 11 Oct 2014
Seattle, WA, USA

2014 Business as an Agent of World Benefit (BAWB) Global Forum

In collaboration with PRME, the 2014 Global Forum for Business as an Agent of World Benefit series will bring together leading business executives, management scholars, civil society leaders, and government policy makers from around the world to identify and to leverage new solutions that have the potential to change the nature of 21st century society. The format and content will encircle the globe, with delegates coming from around the world to attend the Forum and additional participants attending virtually. We will connect insights across disciplines, sectors, cultures, and geographic regions.

When and where:
October 15–17, 2014 at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Confirmed Speakers:

  1. Naveen Jain, Founder and CEO of inome and the founder of InfoSpace, Moon Express, and other companies
  2. Michel Giannuzzi, CEO of Tarkett
  3. Dr. Stu Hart, Professor Emeritus of Management and Organizations, Johnson School of Management at Cornell
  4. Dr. Raj Sisodia, FW Olin Distinguished Professor of Global Business and Whole Foods Market Research Scholar in Conscious Capitalism at Babson College. He is also co-founder and co-Chairman of Conscious Capitalism Inc.
And other globally recognised thought leaders such as Dr. Peter Senge, Dr. Ron Fry, Dr. David Cooperrider and Dr. Chris Laszlo.

Presentation and panel themes:

  1. Going beyond the business case for sustainability to engage hearts and minds in the pursuit of flourishing;
  2. Launch of the Prizing for Business as an Agent of World Benefit; and
  3. Sector specific action plans including rapid prototyping of possible solutions that are good for business and society.

The Forum is designed to galvanise change, and you are invited to be apart of it. Join the mailing list to stay up with the 2014 Global Forum's progress.

 

History of the 2006 and 2009 Global Forums for Business as an Agent of World Benefit

Inspired by several thousand interviews of business and society innovation, delegates at the first (2006) Global Forum shared the vision that business has the opportunity to be one of the most creative forces on the planet, challenging "the great trade-off illusion"; and exploring fresh research on the business case for sustainability. Nearly 500 leaders attended. An important innovation was the creation of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).

In the second (2009) Global Forum the theme was "Manage by Designing in an Era of Massive Innovation," focused on uniting design thinking with sustainable business practice and education. Over 600 leaders of business, policy and management explored the primacy and potency of design thinking as the vortex for creating a new breed of industry–leading stars, showing how the creative designer's attitude can transform 21st century corporate citizenship into a source of business opportunity and world–benefiting innovation. Designers from IDEO and the methods of Appreciative Inquiry helped turn the conference room into a real–time design studio—the place was rocking—and again books, major initiatives and agendas were shaped.

View event website for further information.

15 Oct 2014
to 17 Oct 2014
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

2014 NACRA Annual Meeting and Giving Voice to Values Award for Outstanding Case on Anti-Corruption

As part of a new partnership, PRME and Giving Voice To Values (GVV) are offering a $10,000 award for an outstanding GVV-style case on anti-corruption. The case competition will be managed by the North American Case Research Association (NACRA). Cases submitted for the award and judged acceptable will be presented at NACRA’s 2014 annual meeting in Austin, Texas, on 23–25 October 2014.

Cases should be submitted electronically, following the submission instructions provided on the NACRA website. [Instructions will be posted in early 2014.] The submission deadline is normally in mid-June. For questions about the submission process or about NACRA, please contact the 2014 Program Chair, Prof. Randall Harris. Questions about Giving Voice to Values should be submitted to Dr. Mary Gentile.

For more information about the award, please click here.

23 Oct 2014
to 25 Oct 2014
Austin, Texas, USA

2nd PRME Regional Meeting DACH & Responsible Management Education Research Conference

We are pleased to announce the 2nd PRME Regional Chapter DACH Meeting, will take place at the University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Switzerland, on 29-30 October 2014, in order to offer a forum for on-going research on the manifold initiatives and measures undertaken to implement PRME in business teaching for the future we want.

In addition, and in combination with the 2nd PRME Regional Meeting DACH, we are pleased to announce the inaugural Responsible Management Education Research Conference entitled "The Future of Responsible Management Education," to take place on 30 October 2014.

While the goal of the Chapter is to foster exchange by connecting emerging as well as established PRME chapters and working groups, the conference will also cater to a wide audience ranging from academics to practitioners eager to advance their knowledge and skills integrating responsible management and sustainable development into their professional efforts.

In addition to distinguished keynote speakers the Chapter will be happy to organise interactive sessions on theme-focused work streams around RME covering a broad spectrum of topics including curriculum change and faculty development, poverty reduction and social business, anti-corruption, food and agriculture, climate change, green economy and sustainable innovation. If you would like indicate your preliminary interest please contact the conference chair.

The conference will cater to a wide audience of PRME signatories as well as non-signatories.

Please save the date in your calendar. We would be delighted to see you in Chur.

Click here to share the event on Twitter:Tweet: Join the 2nd #PRME Regional Meeting DACH 29-30 October in Chur, Switzerland! http://ctt.ec/04uAL+ @HTW_Chur 

Visit the event website here.

 

29 Oct 2014
to 30 Oct 2014
Chur, Switzerland

GRLI: 3rd International Conference in Responsible Leadership

View the Call for abstracts for 3rd International Conference in Responsible Leadership

The Third International Conference in Responsible Leadership on 4-6 November 2014 at the University of Pretoria invites papers, panel conversations, symposia, case studies, and workshops, in the following sub-theme areas:
  • Responsible leadership issues in bridging scientific, management, and political systems to create a just and sustainable world;
  • Leadership and disciplinary issues in integrating across and within scientific disciplines: leadership and responsibility implications, ethical issues, and sustainability issues for the future in, e.g., energy, biodiversity, food security, agriculture, genomics, disease;
  • How business and other types of enterprises are bridging across scientific, management, and social science disciplines to create a sustainable future; and
  • Social-eco system management and governance, Earth System governance, global action networks (GANs), valuing ecosystem services.

Deadline for abstract submissions: 31st January 2014

04 Nov 2014
to 06 Nov 2014
Pretoria, South Africa

Teaching Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Social Responsibility Practices in Higher Education

We are pleased to announce the upcoming Iberian meeting on the theme of Teaching Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Social Responsibility Practices in Higher Education. The meeting will be held 7 November, 2014 at Escola Superior de Gestão, Hotelaria e Turismo da Universidade do Algarve, in Faro, Portugal, co-organised with the Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração de Lisboa – ISCAL, and the Universidade de Jaén, with the support of the journal Ensino Magazine.


This event aims to provide an open space, in tertúlia (or roundtable) format, where teachers and other professionals related to higher education exchange experiences and ideas about the teaching of ethics, social responsibility and social responsibility practices in higher education settings. 


The meeting will be structured in two sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, where a guest speaker will talk about the themes of the conference for 20 minutes, with 10 minutes reserved for each speaker wishing to intervene. Practical cases previously submitted to the organising committee will be reviewed by a scientific committee, and subsequently published in the CD with ISBN of the meeting and the seal of the journal Ensino Magazine.


See the full website here for further details and registration. 

*Kindly note, this open meeting will be held in Portuguese and Spanish language.

 

07 Nov 2014
Faro, Portugal

International Conference on Higher Education for Sustainable Development: Higher Education Beyond 2014

We are pleased to announce the International Conference on Higher Education for Sustainable Development: Higher Education Beyond 2014 will be held 9 November 2014, in Aichi-Nagoya, Japan, organised by the United Nations University (UNU), in collaboration with PRME, UNESCO, the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), UN Environment Programme, and the International Association of Universities.

Marking the final year of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD 2005–2014), the conference will celebrate the achievements of various higher education initiatives throughout the Decade and review commitments to make more profound contributions to Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) beyond 2014. The conference will highlight the major challenges and pathways for transformation of higher education institutions (HEIs), with a focus on scaling up and mainstreaming innovative practices in learning and knowledge development and research. The conference will also be a follow-up to the engagement of HEIs at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) including the Higher Education Sustainability Initiative facilitated by a group of UN partner organisations including PRME.

The conference will include high-level panel sessions that will focus on the major areas of significance for transformation of HEIs and on innovative ways they can advance sustainable development. These include the whole institution approach and engagement with critical sectors across boundaries.

The issues explored in the panels will be the focus of detailed breakout sessions highlighting the significant contribution of HEIs to further promoting ESD beyond 2014 in the critical areas including; (1) advancing policy; (2) transforming learning and training environments; (3) building capacities of educators and trainers; (4) empowering and mobilising youth; and (5) accelerating sustainable solutions at the local level.

The outcome of the Conference will be reflected in discussions at the UNESCO World Conference on ESD, which will be held in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan, from 10–12 November 2014.

For details including registration, please visit the website of the conference. For inquiries, please contact the Conference Secretariat at heconference@unu.edu.

 

09 Nov 2014
Aichi-Nagoya, Japan

4th PRME MENA Regional Forum

We are pleased to announce the upcoming 4th PRME MENA Regional ForumRegional and Local Challenges for Responsible Management Education, which will take place at ESCA School of Management, Casablanca, Morocco on 10-11 November 2014.

View the invitation here, and the conference website for full details and registration. 

Click here to share the event on Twitter:Tweet: Join the 4th #PRME MENA Regional Forum 10-11 November in Casablanca, Morocco! http://ctt.ec/4DmaK+ @ESCA_Mar 

Past Forums:

The 3rd PRME MENA Regional Forum took place at the University of Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The 2nd PRME MENA Regional Forum took place at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Jounieh, Lebanon.

The 1st PRME MENA Regional Forum took place at the American University in Cairo - School of Business in Cairo, Egypt.

 

10 Nov 2014
to 11 Nov 2014
Casablanca, Morocco

5th PRME Asia Forum

We are pleased to announce the upcoming 5th PRME Asia Forum will take place at University Utara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 13-14 November 2014.

This Forum provides a platform for business school thought leaders to meet and discuss global challenges with the aim of finding ways the business school could play its role in contributing towards solutions. While the problems and challenges are many and diverse, the focus of the 5th PRME Asia Forum 2014 is on how business schools could be transformed so that the link between business schools and community development could be strengthened, made more visible and felt. Thus, business schools will not be merely providing future business managers and leaders, but also future managers and leaders that are valuable to the community at large.

View the conference website for full details and registration. Join here the Facebook page for the event. 

Past Fora:

The 4th PRME Asia Forum was hosted by De La Salle University, Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business with support from the Asian Institute of Management and Ateneo Professional Schools in Manila, The Philippines.

The 3rd PRME Asia Forum was held at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan.

The 2nd PRME Asia Forum took place at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China 

The 1st PRME Asia Forum took place at Kyung Hee University School of Management in Seoul, Korea.

13 Nov 2014
to 14 Nov 2014
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Save the Date – PRME Chapter Meeting Brazil

The fourth of four 2014 PRME Chapter Meetings Brazil will be held on 19 November 2014. 

More information, including host university, will follow. 

 

19 Nov 2014

ABIS Annual Colloquium 2014 — Transforming Tomorrow: Leadership for a Sustainable Future

PRME Steering Committee member, ABIS (the Academy of Business in Society) invites you to save the date and invite your colleagues to join the ABIS Annual Colloquium 2014 — Transforming Tomorrow: Leadership for a Sustainable Future, which will convene at the University of Cambridge from 9-11 December 2014.

As a unique thought leadership forum connecting the corporate and academic worlds, the 2014 Colloquium will focus on new insights and approaches to leadership and organisational development which are required to accelerate progress towards a more sustainable future.

Profound systemic change will be needed, inspired and delivered by individuals who understand and can navigate the complex opportunities and challenges inherent in this change. The forum will address three fundamental issues:

  1. What can we learn from corporate sustainability pioneers who have embarked on long-term systemic transformation processes in and with their organisations?
  2. What needs to change in the current environment for the leaders of sustainability-driven transformation to develop and emerge?
  3. How can such transformational leadership be facilitated and strengthened, across industries and between private, public and civic sectors, in pursuit of long-term change?
  4. Are Business Schools adequately equipped to deliver on such a long-term transformative agenda?

We will explore these essential questions through a wide range of dialogues between business pioneers and academic leaders, as well as a selection of new insights and case studies from in-company practice and global scholarship.

 

View the indicative programme and registration info here

 

THE LEADERS AND SUSTAINABILITY CHAMPIONS - Confirmed & invited speakers

As in previous years, the ABIS Colloquium will feature a diverse group of sustainability leaders and thinkers to challenge and inform in equal measure. Among the confirmed and invited speakers are:

  • Peter Bakker, President, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
  • Jane Griffiths, Company Group Chairman, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson
  • Peter Senge, Founding Chair, Society for Organizational Learning and Senior Lecturer, MIT
  • Sir Mark Moody Stuart, Vice-Chair, UN Global Compact Board
  • Douglas Baillie, Chief HR Officer, Unilever
  • Polly Courtice, Director, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
  • Peter Lacy, Managing Director, Strategy & Sustainability Services Asia Pacific, Accenture
  • Prof. Abby Ghobadian, Henley Business School
  • Dr. Xiang Bing, Dean, Chuan Keung Graduate School of Business
  • Prof. Christoph Loch, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
  • Prof. George Njenga, Vice Chancellor and Dean, Strathmore Business School
  • Della Bradshaw, Editor - Business Education Section, Financial Times

Additionally, participants can expect inputs from a wide range of leading companies, business schools and others, including: IBM, Saint-Gobain, HSBC, Lloyds, Tesco, Walmart, Kingfisher, SAB Miller, London Business School, INSEAD, IMD, WWF, and more!

 

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS

The Colloquium offers various opportunities to participants to access, present, discuss and network around new sustainability insights and knowledge. These include:

Doctoral session – 9 December (from 14:00 GMT)

Interactive exchanges between a group of young researchers, senior managers and renowned professors on new themes and career development in sustainability-driven research and innovation. Doctoral students are encouraged to submit their contributions on the theme of transformative leadership.  

A host of parallel sessions will be on offer for the broad interests of business practitioners and academia:

Day One: 10 December (from 09:15 GMT)

Capacity-Building Workshops

Presentation and in-depth dialogue around select case studies of transformative leadership for sustainability in practice. Each will be designed with an emphasis on high value tools and approaches for attendees to apply in their own organisation.

Research & Knowledge Sessions

Small-group paper presentation and discussion of leading research, grouped by theme. The most impressive and innovative ideas from the contributions will showcased in a plenary session on Day Two.

 

REGISTRATION

Online registration begins in early September.

ABIS Members: Each member organisation receives one free place at the Colloquium, whereas partner organisations receive two free places!

 

View the indicative programme and registration info here.

09 Dec 2014
to 11 Dec 2014
Cambridge, England, UK

Save the Date: PRME Workshop @ CBS - Launching and Implementing a Responsible Management Education Programme

Save the Date for the second PRME Workshop @ CBS - Launching and Implementing a Responsible Management Education Programme

You can view information on the 2014 programme here.

18 May 2015
to 20 May 2015
Copenhagen, Denmark

Save the Date: IMTA – International Management Teachers Academy

PRME Steering Committee member CEEMAN's flagship IMTA – International Management Teachers Academy will take place on 7-19 June 2015 in Bled and is already open for applications. Highly commended by the participants and their institutions, we have witnessed IMTA’s profound impact on professional and personal development of young faculty. More information and registration at www.ceeman.org/imta.

07 Jun 2015
to 19 Jun 2015
Bled, Slovenia

Save the Date – PRME Meeting Nordic

We are pleased to announce the PRME Regional Meeting Nordic to be held 8-9 June 2015, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

More details to follow.

08 Jun 2015
to 09 Jun 2015

Save the Date – CR3+ Conference: Governance and Sustainability

11 Nov 2015
to 12 Nov 2015
Curitiba, Parana, Brazil

Save the Date – 6th PRME Asia Forum

We are pleased to announce the upcoming 6th PRME Asia Forum will take place at the Goa Institute of Management, Goa, India, 27-28 November 2015.

More information will be provided shortly. 

Past Fora:

The 4th PRME Asia Forum was hosted by De La Salle University, Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business with support from the Asian Institute of Management and Ateneo Professional Schools in Manila, The Philippines.

The 3rd PRME Asia Forum was held at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan.

The 2nd PRME Asia Forum took place at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China 

The 1st PRME Asia Forum took place at Kyung Hee University School of Management in Seoul, Korea.

 

27 Nov 2015
to 28 Nov 2015
Goa, India

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