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PRME - GVV Partnership and Anti-Corruption Award

A New Partnership

Giving Voice To Values (GVV) and the UN supported Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative are pleased to announce a new partnership.

GVV is an innovative new approach to values-driven leadership development in education and the workplace, pioneered by Dr. Mary C. Gentile. Launched by The Aspen Institute and the Yale School of Management, GVV is now based at Babson College.

The partnership with PRME will enable GVV to develop more materials tailored to particular regions of the world; to address topics of particular concern to the global business community, such as anti-corruption; and to provide new methodologies and resources to business educators and trainers around the world.

Drawing on actual experience as well as scholarship, GVV fills a long-standing and critical gap in the development of values-centered leaders. It helps students and practitioners identify the many ways that individuals can and do voice their values in the workplace, and it provides the opportunity to script and practice this voice in front of their peers.

The curriculum is available for free to educators at GVV website, and the book and additional information and resources can be found at Dr. Mary C. Gentile's website

 

Giving Voice to Values Award for Outstanding Case on Anti-Corruption

As part of this 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.

 

12 Jun 2013

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