We would like to share with you the preliminary results of the CEEMAN/PRME Survey on Poverty as a Challenge for Management Education, the summary of which was presented by the authors of the survey Al Rosenbloom, Dominican University, USA, and Milenko Gudić, IMTA Managing Director, CEEMAN, at the 2nd Global Forum for Responsible Management Education held on 23 June at Fordham University, New York. You can find them on CEEMAN home page at: www.ceeman.org as well as on the home page of the UN Global Compact PRME at:
While expressing our thanks on behalf of CEEMAN and the UN Global Compact PRME to the 227 respondents from 48 countries from all over the world who have already contributed to this effort, I would also encourage those who would still like to take part in the survey to respond by 20 September to the questionnaire at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/poverty2010. Thank you very much in advance!
The final results of the survey will be presented at the 18th CEEMAN Annual Conference on New Global Performance Challenges and Implications for Management Development to be held on 23-25 September in Caserta, Naples, Italy (more on the conference: www.ceeman.org/conference).
Together with the results of the first CEEMAN Survey on Management Education: Corporate Social Responsibility and Poverty, carried out in September 2008 (results available at the CEEMAN website research reports section), they will also serve as the basis for the future work of the PRME Working Group on Fighting Poverty, which you are kindly invited to join.
With best wishes and kindest regards,
President of the IEDC-Bled School of Management