PRME Engagement Model
The Principles of PRME can serve as a framework for systemic change for business schools and management-related academic institutions, on the basis of three distinctive characteristics:
- Continuous Improvement
How to Get Started
While each academic institution will find its own approach to implementing PRME, here is a list of guiding factors that can help contribute to your institution's success:
- The commitment of top administrators to the implementation of PRME is a first, crucial aspect for progress.
- Identify champions and leaders among faculty, high-ranking administrators, students, and/or outside stakeholders (e.g. financial donors) to help in the initial steps of adoption and implementation of the PRME.
- Create a vision of what must be achieved in terms of the organisation's operations and services (curricula, research, and advocacy).
- Identify key aspects of the organisation's activities that can be changed.
- Plan and build the operating, accountability, and reporting systems to put the vision into practice.
- Integrate and align efforts across the organisation, and in its key decision-making processes, by forming a multi-stakeholder, multi-disciplinary team – including administrators, faculty, and students (i.e. organisation's operations, curriculum, research, etc.)
- Annually assess and share your progress with all stakeholders.